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A new year is typically chock-full with the promise of change, and city libraries are not immune. more
The city’s known for its nonstop nightlife scene. But the nocturnal revelry rumbling at Barcelona Bites on West 242nd Street appears to be more than some neighbors are willing to put up with. more
The soggy solstice of this so-far freakish winter has been wet, wild and odd, with unnervingly mild temperatures, impetuous winds, buckets of rain — and for some Sedgwick Avenue residents, a massive felled tree that tore down wires and fractured utility poles, to boot. more
More than a hundred homes and dozens of businesses were without power for much of the day Sunday in North Riverdale after a manhole fire at West 235th Street and Oxford Avenue. more
Just search for “Visitation School” on Google, and you’ll find bright red letters reminding you it’s permanently closed. more
Theodore Mitchell is just like your average teenager. He participates in obstacle training known as parkour, taught himself to play guitar and piano, and he’s organizing a bone marrow drive in an effort to save the lives of others. more
A seemingly nonconformist developer has its eye on a small piece of North Riverdale, but Andrew Cohen is having none of it. more
The leaders behind Welcoming Neighbors Northwest Bronx will tell you that doing something special for those looking to get back on their feet is all the thanks they need. more
Without pumping stations, some Bronx streets not only would be flooded, but a bit stinky too. more
When Aliza Nisenbaum paints a portrait, her muses are more than a prop. Over the course of completing her canvas, Nisenbaum becomes a friend. more
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