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Eating Disorders Don’t Discriminate

Eating Disorders Don’t Discriminate

There is a popular misconception that Hispanic and African American women are culturally immune to developing eating disorders.

He Lives On: Poe in the Bronx

He Lives On: Poe in the Bronx

The landmark Edgar Allan Poe cottage in the Bronx is getting a $2 million face-lift. The restoration is overdue for the home where Poe lived his last three years.

Restaurants Learn Their ABC’s

Restaurants Learn Their ABC’s

Have you ever discovered an extra crunch that wasn’t supposed to be in a dish that you ordered? And then noticed it had legs?

Slideshow: LGBT March in the Bronx

Slideshow: LGBT March in the Bronx

On November 20th members of the Bronx community rallied against homophobia, weeks after gang members in Morris Heights were accused of vicious attacks on several men for being gay.

Smokers Under Fire

Smokers Under Fire

Graphic warning labels on cigarettes had both smokers and nonsmokers disturbed as the agency asked the public to weigh in on its very ominous collection of imagery.

Green Carts Offer Healthy Alternatives

Green Carts Offer Healthy Alternatives

Green carts come to the Bronx giving residents a reasonable price on produce and a healthy alternative to processed foods.

Hunger in the Bronx on the Rise

Hunger in the Bronx on the Rise

Two-income parents, like Marta Guadalupe and her husband, rely on some type of assistance and yet still cannot afford to feed their children.

P.U.M.P. Plan to Transform the Grand Concourse

P.U.M.P. Plan to Transform the Grand Concourse

Air pollution has plagued the Bronx for years due to the major boulevards that snake through the borough. Two Columbia University grad students have a plan to address the issue.

The Price of Death

The Price of Death

When death touches our lives it brings confusion to the families involved. It can be an emotional and physical strain, and many people are often blindsided by the price tag.