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A lifelong Spuyten Duyvil resident has turned his masters thesis into a children’s book on herd immunity in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Some New York residents hoping to see relief during a time of rising costs and inflation may be in for a major disappointment. more
Vanessa Gibson returned to her alma mater on March 27 to be officially sworn in as the 14th borough president of the Bronx. The ceremony, held at Lehman College, was a historic event as Gibson is the first woman and Black politician to serve in the role. more
Bronx attorney James Gisondi is taking a second stab at the 36th district’s senate seat, after losing to Alessandra Biaggi two years ago in the general election. Once Biaggi launched her campaign for Congress, thus creating an open seat, Gisondi decided to throw his hat in the ring once again. more
A recent concert by the world-renowned String Orchestra of New York City was a lot more than just a Sunday event at the College of Mount Saint Vincent. It was the premiere of its community conservatory housed in a temporary space on campus. more
Come 2023, the lines separating the city’s 51 council districts may look a little different. A 15-member commission has begun the process of redrawing boundaries in preparation for next year’s elections, when all seats — including the ones held by Eric Dinowitz, Carmen De La Rosa and Pierina Sanchez — will be up for grabs. more
Lauren Calihman found herself walking the winding streets of Krakow in search of a kosher meal. The food wasn’t for her, but for an Italian man who’d come to Poland last month during the Russian invasion of Ukraine. more
Every morning Len Morse gets up and starts his day by opening his shop at 5902 Riverdale Ave., just off the corner of West 259th Street. more
This Passover some SAR High School students are taking time out of the annual ritual of preparing their homes for the Seder to clean and restock the school’s Passover Pantry. more
The average rental price over the past month in the Bronx has increased by nearly 1.5 percent from $2,144 to $2,175. That’s according to a report from MNS Real Estate New York City. more
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