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The Van Cortlandt branch library will not be moving to its new building on Cannon Place until 2019, according ... more
Even though the holiday season is over, Poe Park Visitor Center’s “Whimsical Wonder” exhibition ... more
Red tape divides preschool friends Judith Menken, director of the Spuyten Duyvil Preschool, told the parents that she had been caught between the rules of the departments of Buildings, Health and … more
Kindness. Moral Support. A helping hand. Those were some of the qualities students, teachers, staff members and parents honored on Jan. 13. It was part of The David A. Stein Riverdale … more
In the back of the cafeteria at the AmPark Neighborhood School (P.S. 344), fourth and fifth graders were rehearsing for their performance. Thirty students worked with dancers from the Alvin Ailey … more
For Richard Espinal, dropping off his two daughters at the Milton Fein School (P.S. 7) was like playing the video game Frogger, he said—having to jump across the lanes of a busy street and avoid … more
1. Teen stands up to robbers  A 13-year-old boy stood up to a pair of would-be robbers on a basketball court last week, when he refused to hand over his phone. The teen had just … more
The U.S. Postal Service has not yet set any date for when it might return the 124 Bronx mailboxes taken from sidewalks last month, and some of the mailboxes may not be coming back at all, according … more
Real estate firm A&E Holdings has denied media reports that it was planning to purchase buildings owned by the estate of Harry Silverstein—the “worst landlord” in the city, … more
Everything is just slightly different from what it seems in “Bedazzled,” an ... more
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