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Any chance you’re feeling cable news fatigue? A terrific alternative is blazing in Sharr White’s new play, “The True,” at the Pershing Square Signature Center. The … more
With Con Edison work continuing throughout Riverdale, the city’s sanitation department has extended a moratorium on alternate side street parking through the end of August. more
U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel has joined more than 60 other House Democrats to form the new congressional Medicare for All Caucus. more
Parking can be a pain in many cities. But in New York City, some might just call it hell. more
Each year about this time, the Hebrew Home at Riverdale parties like it’s 1961. more
A tranquil lunch break outside the Bronx County Hall of Justice was unsettled last week by screams and the charge of officers as tensions between two sides of a murder trial spilled onto the Grand Concourse. more
With the last-minute cancellation of its Johnson Avenue street festival in its rearview mirror, the Kingsbridge Riverdale Van Cortlandt Development Corp., is moving forward with a series of planned fall events after getting updates on different grants awarded to the civic organization recently. more
The battle that pit neighbors against a longstanding assisted living facility appears to be over, just in time for the City Planning Commission to weigh in on expansion plans at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale. more
It looked a lot worse than it was, but luckily there were no serious injuries in an accident involving a school bus and two other cars in front of P.S./M.S. 37. more
Ledetu Ghebremedhin never guessed selling a simple, single cigar could deliver a deadly blow to her bodega. But it almost did. more
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