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It’s been five years since the Kingsbridge Riverdale Marble Hill Food & Hunger Project serenaded a crowd of donors with Haitian jazz. more
What some merchants describe as an all too prevalent nuisance of people peddling bud in front of their shops in Marble Hill and Kingsbridge could become a thing of the past. That is if Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s bid to legalize marijuana forges forward. more
A cherished piece of Spuyten Duyvil’s past could be in jeopardy. And while the Villa Rosa Bonheur might not be completely obliterated, it could be fundamentally changed. more
It seems little short of a miracle the Taveras Food Center, on an oft-buzzing strip of Broadway, has been feeding Marble Hill mouths for as long as it has — at least 25 years, says manager Jose Taveras. more
It was supposed to happen last weekend, but all of a sudden, it didn’t. more
If anyone doubted Alessandra Biaggi could crack the façade of the Democratic establishment, they can lay their doubts to rest. more
Parts of Kingsbridge are among the city’s top areas for noise complaints from ice cream truck jingles. more
When it comes to cancer, early detection is key. It’s what motivates Gloria Bauman, a grad student at Manhattan College on a project she hopes will lead the way to even faster detection equipment. more
When Alfred Schwartz looked out the train window as he traveled through Japan, there was simply nothing to see. more
When it comes to Henry Hudson Park, Daniel Reynolds and Mark Mason — along with their bounty of volunteers — are here to help. more
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