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Like a lot of students who have just completed their college years, Ana Belzunce wasn’t sure what her next step was going to be. Born and raised in Spain before coming to America to attend the … more
For the first time, the police department issued an alert to every cell phone user in the New York City vicinity asking residents to be on the lookout for a man suspected of involvement with the … more
Watching porn. Loitering around the kiosks. Hogging the machines. Those were some of the abuses around the LinkNYC stations, which offered free Wi-Fi, internet access, outlets for charging mobile … more
In June of 2015, Misty Copeland became the principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre – the first African-American woman to jeté to the title. The day also served as an inspiration for Bronx … more
Every summer, current and past residents of Kingsbridge Heights gather for a “friends and family day” at Fort Four Park, one of the parks that make up Washington’s Walk near the Jerome Park … more
Eva Bornstein sat behind the long desk in her office at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, narrating the story of her life, against the backdrop of a bookshelf-lined wall and a gallery of … more
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Donele Harrison said she was 12 or 13 years old when she moved in Tracey Towers in 1976. Back then, the building’s playground had a paddleball and a volleyball court, and she watched over her … more
Amongst the wide-open spaces, mausoleums, headstones and lush trees at Woodlawn Cemetery, in the remote part of the area, the air is filled with a buzz. It comes from seven beehives and more than … more
The pond in Nick Lynch’s backyard in the northwest Bronx was supposed to be a home to 15 koi fish, three turtles and a duck – until the animals all died within a day or so of each other, the … more
Forty-four people showed up to donate blood at the Riverdale Temple, in the Reform synagogue’s first-ever blood drive intended to help cover blood-supply shortages typical for August, although … more
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