Welcome to another edition of Bronx Pets! It’s time to let your stress melt away and say, “Aw”. Today meet Ginger Boy, Kitty, and Stinky! This trio of cuddly cats are all rescues who did not let their rough beginnings […]
Archive for November, 2014
Guest post submitted by Gonzalo Duran I am sure you have heard or been told that during the holiday season, suicide is more prevalent. In actuality, it is a misconception. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that […]
Tuesday night before Thanksgiving was filled with fun, friends, games and prizes as State Senator Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) and the Throggs Neck Homeowners Association hosted the Senator’s monthly bingo night at Villa Barone Manor, in Throggs Neck. The event was attended by more […]
Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj Celebrates 102 Years of Albanian Independence BRONX, NEW YORK – New York State Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj is holding a celebration on Sunday, Nov. 30 at Maestro’s Caterers in the Bronx in honor of the 102nd Anniversary of Albanian […]
Tax Planning: WEEK 1 Its Holiday time! . Thanksgiving is now finished. The shopping now begins. The discounts, and spending, come forth. Its time to spend on gifts. Should we say not do? Maybe your thinking your Next Years Income […]
It is with much enthusiasm that I read that President Obama is using the Clean Air Act, as enacted under President Nixon’s administration, to bolster the need for tougher protection of our environment, and to drastically cut down on coal […]
The Albanian American Open Hand Association would like to wish all Albanians a Happy Independence Day!
THU, NOVEMBER 27 THANKSGIVING Closed to the public. FRI, NOVEMBER 28 This Black Friday, avoid the malls in favor of a serene outlook on the holiday season! Mindfulness meditation helps relieve stress, increase focus and even make you happier! […]
The Bronx Chronicle would like to wish all of our readers and their families a Happy Thanksgiving.