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2013 New York International Auto Show

2013 New York International Auto Show

This year’s auto show focused on more family-oriented cars and featured many debuts.

Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies 5K

Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies 5K

The Riverdale Mental Health Association (RMHA) held its 4th Annual 5K race on March 10th.

“Quiet like a mountain, moving like a river”

“Quiet like a mountain, moving like a river”

Wave Hill public garden and cultural center holds tai chi classes for Bronx residents looking to strengthen and de-stress.

NYC and the 2012 Olympics: What Would’ve Happened?

NYC and the 2012 Olympics: What Would’ve Happened?

As the Games of the 30th Olympiad open, New Yorkers ponder how the two-week worldwide sporting extravaganza would have impacted their everyday lives.

A Smorgasbord of Sports at Rambling House Bar

A Smorgasbord of Sports at Rambling House Bar

Woodlawn is known as a quiet, heavily Irish community. But things grow lively between April and June when many major sporting events take place.

“Sugar” in the Bronx

“Sugar” in the Bronx

He was a baseball player who was cast for a movie right from playing in the baseball field in the Dominican Republic.

Yanks’ Home Opener at the Eclipse Barber Shop

Yanks’ Home Opener at the Eclipse Barber Shop

Bronx barbers offer their insights on the 2012 season, A-Rod’s future and the pomposity of the Red Sox.

Baseball in the Bronx Starts April 13th

Baseball in the Bronx Starts April 13th

When you think of spring, you think of baseball. And when you think of baseball, you think of the Bronx.

Sneaker Fans on Line for Jordan Retro IV’s

Sneaker Fans on Line for Jordan Retro IV’s

Michael Jordan retired years ago, but his sneakers are still selling very well and hundreds of people line up for a chance to get a pair.