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Before there were buildings, roads and hundreds of thousands of people, there was Tibbetts Brook. Its marshes and wetlands stretched from what is now a park in Yonkers to Spuyten Duyvil Creek. more
Before they were business partners, they were just two artists who happened to fall in love at an art exhibit in White Plains. more
Those who zip down Riverdale Avenue have learned it’s best to smile, because they’re on camera. more
Two artists are definitely better than one. So it stands to reason, four are better than two. more
Stanley Rosenfeld spent years teaching and serving in the administration of three prominent private schools before finally, in 2001, he plead no contest to two counts of child molestation. more
Van Cortlandt Park is home to acres of greenery, America’s first public golf course, and the unmarked burial ground of slaves and settlers. more
Community Board 8 rejected its high rise plans, but the Hebrew Home is hoping the borough president will be more sympathetic to its plea that it must change to survive. more
While it’s typically not as violent as other parts of the Bronx, another bloody weekend in Kingsbridge proved the 5-0 still isn’t immune to deadly crime. more
Car theft, excessive wait times for the Bx10 bus, unpaved streets — residents contend with a diverse set of ills on a regular basis. But there’s a particular issue plaguing some people living in a serene enclave just south of Wave Hill — and it’s something one wouldn’t imagine in this day and age: frequent power outages. more
Crystal Hawkins emanates a certain lightness these days that’s a far cry from her demeanor last November. And it’s not just because of the sunnier weather. more
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