BRONX — More than a thousand students from various public and private elementary and middle schools in the Northeast Bronx recently attended The Bronx Youth Empowerment Program’s (YEP) 10th anniversary celebration of “YOUTH SPEAKS” at the Richard R. Green Middle School 113, 3710 […]
INDICTMENT IN 1990 MURDER AFTER WITNESSES, WHO HAD MOVED AWAY, NO LONGER FEARED SPEAKING TO POLICE NYPD Detective Located Witnesses to Killing, One of 2,245 In City That Year Bronx District Attorney Darcel D. Clark today announced that […]
But as I see him being subject to what looks like selective prosecution, I must speak out.
BRONX WOMAN INDICTED FOR MUGGING 103-YEAR-OLD WOMAN IN CO-OP CITY; TOOK HANDBAG CONTAINING $30 Bronx District Attorney Darcel D. Clark today announced that a Bronx woman has been indicted for robbing and assaulting a 103-year-old, legally blind Co-op […]
nyc.gov/parks Connect with NYC Parks This Week in Parks: Apr 29, 2016 – May 4, 2016 Citywide Highlights Street Games 2016 Bring your kids to check out old-school games at our annual Street Games festival this Saturday. A Tribute to […]
Falsehood is so easy, truth so difficult. George Eliot (1819-1880)
revetment Definition: (noun) A facing, as of masonry, used to support an embankment. Synonyms: stone facing Usage: Like seawalls, revetments armor and protect the land behind them.
John Arbuthnot (1667) Greatly admired in his time, Arbuthnot was a Scottish scientist, mathematician, and satirist. The court physician to Queen Anne, he is best remembered for his five “John Bull” pamphlets, political satires on the Whig war policy that […]
On this date in 1942, Rhode Island became the first state to set up a health or temporary disability insurance program for its working citizens unemployed because of sickness.
U.S., NATO Must Act to Deter Russia Threat to Baltics Rssia’s recent aggressive “buzzing” of an American naval ship in the Baltic Sea should not have come as a surprise. Despite the reluctance of many to recognize the fact, Moscow […]
With Cespedes Injured: The Mets are fine with Conforto and Walker By Rich Mancuso It is the other names, Neil Walker and Michael Conforto that have quickly done the job for the New York Mets this past week, […]
The home run ball powered Mets to Another Win By Rich Mancuso Noah Syndergaard ,the right hander who has adapted into a strikeout artist for the New York Mets admitted Monday night that he did not have his best […]
Helping the Financially Underserved Join Today’s Modern Economy Economic inequality is a pervasive problem in the United States. One of the often overlooked issues driving this inequality is the exclusion of lower and middle-income families, especially Latinos, from the […]