It’s a high-profile volunteer job high school students as young as 16 could have — but virtually none of them are applying.
They are luxurious cooperative apartments with a breathtaking view of the Hudson River. Yet, from time to time, that view comes with a foul odor, thanks to what some residents at Skyview-on-the-Hudson says is a wastewater treatment plant just across the city line in Yonkers.
Some pictures are worth a thousand words, but the portraits at the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers are worth a decades-long history lesson.
It’s 10 a.m., a time still considered breakfast, yet at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy, lunch is being served.
In a basement converted into a woodshop, Ivan Braun affixes a small block of wood to his Australian lathe.
Maybe it was the student discounts, or the teen-friendly atmosphere? Or it could have been a menu filled with choices like kale salads, organic burgers and lentil soup.
The grassroots organization hosts a “Community Power Hour” Jan. 17 where it's expected to share with the community ways of mustering political clout on the ground level.
State Sen. Jeffrey Klein is denying claims from a former policy analyst he forced her into a kiss soon after the state budget was approved in 2015.
Time for teens at CB8?
Justin Westbrook-Lowery, a southeast Bronx native, dove into politics at an early age, and at 17 became one of the youngest community board members in his borough when he joined CB9 in 2015, while he was in high school.
For many people, trips on the 1 train is merely a ride from one point to the next. But for Matthew Curcio, it’s inspiration.
Like the catastrophe it renders in such deliberate and devastating fashion, Lucy Kirkwood’s play “The Children” originates in some everyday details.
Irving Ladimer joined his first Community Board 8 meeting in 1988, when he could visit the movie theater to see Tom Cruise in “Rain Man,” and spend just $3.50.
Instead of the sounds of winter’s winds or muffled street traffic, residents at the Amalgamated Housing Cooperative will soon be lulled to sleep by the pitter-patter of construction taking place at nearby P.S./M.S. 95 Sheila Mencher.
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As snowstorm Grayson’s fierce winds and heavy snowfall bore down on the Bronx last week, Raymundo Pegollo and his team were hard at work.
Last fall, we were driving through a rural area in southern Germany. Instead of a short ride to our destination, we ran into a road closure. Without our GPS, we would still probably be …
Barton Allen was looking for a spark, something that would jolt the Bronx Science boys basketball program out of its collective funk that resulted in a 4-13 campaign a year ago.
Fierce winter weather slowed business across the city last week, but for the employees of Skyview Cafe and Delicatessen at 5691 Riverdale Ave., the bad luck didn’t end there.