The Bronx Chronicle would like to wish all of our readers a Happy New Year! With all that’s going on, let’s make this coming year one of positive growth, change and conviction. What plans and thoughts do you have for […]
Articles by: Omesh Persaud
From April 2 through June 11, the Morris Park Library has been host to the “Craft of War Writing” workshop in partnership with Voices From War. It is funded by The Bronx Council of The Arts and the NYC Department […]
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter.
To address the growing number of gang related and other acts of violence in Community Board 7, A town hall “Stop The Violence” will take place at Our Lady of Refuge Parish Center at 290 East 196th Street. at 6:30 […]
Come and Enjoy a night of food, drinks and fun with fellow Bronxites supporting a Great Cause! Crime Victims Support Services of The North Bronx, Inc. Will be hosting a Meet & Greet at Good to Go Restaurant to help […]
As we all enjoy the day off, The Bronx Chronicle asks that we recognize the historical efforts of the American Labor movement in improving the working conditions throughout the United States.
On Sunday July 12th The Albanian American Open Hand Association with over 20 volunteers packed more than 120 boxes of clothes donated to their emergency relief clothing program. The program, one of many by the organization, will provide clothing to […]
This week’s BronxTalk is “about a near-abandoned church on the Grand Concourse and 175th St. We discussed in detail the community’s advocacy over establishing a community arts center there and the various forces at play that might or might not bring this […]
Post by Contributor Lenore Skenazy Did you hear about the 10-year-old who rode his bike across the George Washington Bridge to New York City?! He says he, “pedaled twenty miles down unfamiliar roads and busy streets, past neighbors and strangers, out into […]
Today we remember Martin Luther King, Jr., his vision, his legacy and his words of wisdom to us all. The Bronx Chronicle asks all Bronxites to reflect on the words and actions of Dr King. In honor of Dr. King, […]
“Tonight’s BronxTalk will feature freshman Councilman Ritchie Torres, the council’s youngest member and the chair of the Public Housing committee. We’ll talk about the NYPD, a host of housing and public housing issues, and much more.” Hosted by Gary Axelbank, […]
Two Police Officers responding to a robbery were shot at East 184th Street and Tiebout Ave. According to sources, the officers are both expected to survive. They were both transported to St. Barnabas Hospital. One officer is being treated for […]
The Bronx Chronicle would like to wish all of our readers a Happy New Year! Let’s all make this new year one of positive growth, change and discovery. What plans do you have for this year?
This week’s BronxTalk is about Hart Island, “The so-called ‘island of the dead’ that’s just a mile from City Island, and the movement to turn it into a public park” “We showed footage of the bodies being loaded onto the island […]