This year, I am in Rio de Janeiro as Christians around the world begin the season of Lent and await Easter which occurs on April 5. Lent is a period of sadness and reflection. To me. it is very similar to […]
Even a Chicken Can Do It CHIAVARI, Italy – Crossing the street is such a simple thing. Even a chicken can get to the other side. But for some reason, people still have problems crossing the street in Italy. It’s […]
By guest contributor Saheli Roy Choudhury On a cool Tuesday evening in September, the empty lobby of Hunts Point’s community center filled with the whooshing sounds of colored balls flying through the air as instructor Jean-Tae Francis led a game of […]
As Christmas Eve and Christmas Day approaches, my mind goes back to past Christmases in my life. No, I never went to see a movie, and I have Chinese food on Christmas Day. My remembrances of Christmases in my very […]
On December 18th, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. hosted his annual celebration of the holiday of miracles: Chanukah. As in the past, the Borough President stressed the importance of ecumenicalism and diversity in the borough of The Bronx. Students […]
The Bronx Chronicle would like to wish our Jewish friends & neighbors a happy and festive Chanukah!
by Father Richard F. Gorman, Chairman, CB #12 “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” These legendary words of the celebrated author, Charles Dickens, the initial ones of his renowned novel, A TALE OF TWO CITIES, […]
Everyone is invited to join Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj and community leaders to mark the first night of Chanukah with a menorah lighting ceremony. Tuesday, December 16th at 4:30PM At the Northwest Corner of Morris Park Ave. and Eastchester Rd.
By Lewis H. Goldstein , with photos by Lewis, Omesh Persaud, & Aleksander Nilaj of the Albanian American Open Hand Association On Sunday November 30, the 102nd anniversary of Albanian Independence was celebrated in a festive and joyful event at […]
The Albanian American Open Hand Association would like to wish all Albanians a Happy Independence Day!
It is hoped that all Bronxites will join Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj and others in celebrating the 102nd Albanian Independence Day next Sunday, November 30, 2014. As was reported in an earlier column “Albanian Independence Day: Showing our Gratitude”, the Albanian […]
On Friday November 21 Jacobi Medical Center hosted an event celebrating the diverse culture, society, language, art and music of American Indigenous Cultures. The celebration was sponsored by the Jacobi Medical Center Auxiliary in collaboration with The American Indian Community […]
I eagerly await the celebration of Albanian Independence Day here in The Bronx. This year, Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj will be hosting this event on Sunday, November 30 at Maestro’s starting at 2:00 PM. Details will be forthcoming. As a Jew […]
Post By Bharati Kemraj The Vishnu Mandir Hindu Temple celebrates Deepavali, also known as Diwali, the festival of lights, with bright colors along with religious prayers and singing. The festival is marked by the lighting of traditional earthen diyas (candles) […]
Members of the Hispanic and Jewish communities celebrated the convergence of Hispanic Heritage Month and Sukkot at the Salanter Akiba Riverdale (SAR) on Monday, October 6. The timeliness of the shared celebration highlighted the important contributions made by both the […]