Before they were business partners, they were just two artists who happened to fall in love at an art exhibit in White Plains.
Two artists are definitely better than one. So it stands to reason, four are better than two.
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.
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.
Those who zip down Riverdale Avenue have learned it’s best to smile, because they’re on camera.
Three generations of Padernachts have called Shalom Aleichem Houses off Sedgwick Avenue home, beginning with Sydney just after World War II, followed by Howard, and then his three sons.
An 82-year-old man involved in a two-car accident on Riverdale Avenue and West 256th Street on July 13 has died.
Phil Valentine never wants to leave his calendar blank.
Don’t ask Rale Micic if he’s free Wednesday nights. He already has plans.
Despite what some say is a seismic shift shaking the Democratic Party to its very foundation — the end of an era of party bosses, the erosion of establishment control — state Sen. Jeffrey Klein, a stalwart of the Democratic machine, doesn’t appear to be worried.
She’s lived in New York City the past five years, and before that, it was the Philippines.
Gardening may be a fun pastime for some people, but for Rita Freed, it has far more importance.
Unlike most recent high school graduates whose only summer plan is to wile away their final free days before college starts, Marc Mendel has jumped right into the next chapter of his life.
Running a bakery — or any mom-and-pop, for that matter — is no cakewalk. Yet, Enrique Rojas has been doing just that at Sugarboy Bakery Cafe on Bailey Avenue in Kingsbridge Heights for nearly a decade, creating custom cakes that delight what he describes as a loyal, adoring clientele.
People aren’t the only ones rushing up the steps at 3660 Waldo Ave. Rats have joined the West 238th Street community, adding to a list of unwelcome guests that include trash and graffiti that is strewn and sprayed along the steps.
If you followed high school softball in the Bronx the past few seasons, you already know the name Anna Leidner. It’s a name that sent chills through opposing players and coaches while instilling a quiet confidence in her own team, the Bronx Science Wolverines.
The 50th Precinct urges drivers to be on the lookout for sneaky thieves who make a habit of strolling down the street checking rows of parked car doors — because if doors are open, they’re bound to go right in.
Two or three years ago on a pleasant summer evening, my husband and I went for a stroll.