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At the request of chair Julie Reyes, Community Board 8 is holding a special meeting Thursday, July 20 on the mayor’s proposed cricket stadium plan for Van Cortlandt Park. more
If you were to step into Henry Hudson Park during the height of the pandemic you may have found messages on the tiles written in chalk reading “everything will be alright,” “this too shall pass,” and “don’t give up,” alongside beautiful flowers and colorful birds. more
The 150-year-old institution known as the Riverdale Neighborhood House is expanding its mission to directly provide food to the community through a new food and farm hub. more
Ray Oladapo-Johnson was jet-lagged and unable to sleep in his summer home in Tisvilde, Denmark. It was 8 p.m. for him — but outside his windows, it was the middle of the night. His wife and kids were sound asleep. more
It’s an evening you won’t forget when Riverdale Neighborhood House celebrates Music in the Garden. more
For Laura Levine-Pinedo, giving back to the northwest Bronx is something that has come to her naturally for years. That’s why it wasn’t so difficult for state Sen. Gustavo Rivera to honor her with the Empire Award on June 15. more
The Kingsbridge Historical Society was granted a property tax exemption by the New York city finance department with the help of Councilman Eric Dinowitz and his office after previously being issued a hefty tax bill. more
It might have been raining like cats and dogs on Friday, June 16 but that did not stop Kingsbridge Heights Community Center from celebrating its 10th annual festival while also celebrating Juneteenth and Pride Month indoors. more
Riverdale Main Streets Alliance closed off two blocks of Riverdale Avenue south of West 259th Street to throw a block party. more
Grandmaster Flash graced the stage in front of approximately 10,000 people cheering — but not at the turntables. He stood there as Joseph Saddler addressing Lehman College more than 3,000 graduates at its 55th commencement on Thursday, June 1, in honor of 50 years of hip-hop in the Bronx. more
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