Thursday, October 2, 2014
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The John F. Kennedy Educational Campus is going green.  On Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio joined Bronx Theater Principal Charles Gallo and environmental studies teacher Danny Steiner, along … more
Aqua Zumba [Photo gallery]
Festival fencing [Photo gallery]
Talented bridge players in the Bronx can now earn the title “life master.”  At the end of September, Riverdale Senior Services (RSS), a longtime gathering place for enthusiasts of … more
This October, shop windows on Riverdale and Johnson avenues will be bare, a striking contrast to windows of yore adorned with zombies, witches, black cats and other Halloween staples.  After … more
On college campuses, students can earn degrees in both gender and feminist studies, among other sociological fields.  Joy Rose hopes that soon, students will be able to attain a degree in … more
The heroic efforts of a local Eagle Scout have earned him a Boy Scout Medal of Honor.  On Jan. 30, 16-year-old Jack Dailey, a member of Riverdale’s Boy Scout Troop 240,  smelled … more
In 1984, Riverdale journalist James J. Gormley’s colleague and friend Frank Murray, a food author, took the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to task with “More Than One Slingshot: How … more
Members of the community, auxiliary officers and police officers from the 50th Precinct joined other precincts around the city in a Sept. 24 initiative to remove graffiti from five locations in the … more
A Vietnam War veteran was killed in a tragic wrong-way crash on the Major Deegan Expressway last week. Police said that on Sept. 23 at around 7 a.m., 63-year-old Douglas “Dovid” Kaplan … more
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