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You can listen to Handel’s Messiah, Radetzky March, a holiday sing-along and more for free at Lehman College and Community Chorus’ annual winter concert. more
Nearly three years after a fire at her Hudsoncrest co-op killed her ex-husband Juan Melendez, Nitza Bravo finally is ready to return to her 3215 Arlington Ave. home. The former high school educator had a long battle in ensuring her apartment was livable again and that journey was topped off with a house blessing. more
Of all the places in the world affected by the Holocaust of Jews during World War II by the Germans, Australia usually doesn’t come to the top of the list. more
Kingsbridge-based Tree Army is one of nine New York City veteran-owned and -operated companies that will receive a $20,000 grant from Mayor Adams’ administration. more
Four Citibikes are left in the station at Irwin Avenue and West 232nd Street in Kingsbridge. It is among the first stations to go up in the northwest Bronx. more
Riverdale Senior Services is getting a full corporate makeover as an interim executive solutions provider has taken over the reins at the 50-year-old not-for-profit. more
This year’s annual Veterans Day Ceremony at Van Cortlandt Park’s Memorial Grove was a little bit more special because a resolution was recently passed to designate November as New York city’s first ever “Veteran Appreciation Month.” more
When the Riverdale Repertory Co. chose the timeless classic “Fiddler on the Roof” for a limited run at The Riverdale Y between Nov. 11 and Nov. 19, it couldn’t imagine the current state of world affairs. more
In a matter of three short days in Israel last week Rabbi Steven Exler and a group of 27 other New York Jewish leaders learned first-hand just how harrowing life has been for Israelis living life after Oct. 7. more
This ‘wolf’ on Mosholu Avenue scared many a trick-or-treater on Halloween. It was one of many oversized autumnal decorations on greater Riverdale streets. more
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