Entertainment

New Cubs To Be Seen At The Bronx Zoo This Spring

Sukari, 9, and M’wasi, 11, are joined by their four cubs Thulani, Ime, and Bahati and Amara who have been enjoying their time at the zoo since they were born last August. They can now be seen at the “African […]

by · May 5, 2014 · Entertainment, Local News

The Price of Silence

The Price of Silence Artistic Director Jason Jeremias and Choreographer/Co-Artistic Director Jamali Corniel are bursting with talent, knowledge and a passion for theatre as they present the 3rd Annual Production “Blurred Lines of Justice” at the beautiful Lovinger Theatre at […]

Piano Concerto At Bronx Library Center TODAY

The piano duo of ALL4ONE, with Alexander Wu & Sasha Papernik, perform the classics, alternating with solos, from Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik and Bizet’s opera Carmen to tango, Russian dances and romantic works then closing out the concert with a […]

by · April 19, 2014 · Entertainment

Game Of Thrones Fan? NJ Native Creator Talks About His Outer Borough Inspiration

by · April 19, 2014 · Entertainment
Creative Space “The Shoppe” Opens Next Week In Port Morris

Creative Space “The Shoppe” Opens Next Week In Port Morris

The Shoppe BX, an artist focused creative space in the South Bronx, officially launches on April 25, 2014.  The start-up, created by Jamie Jones and Edith Harper, seeks to build community in the South Bronx by introducing work by local […]

by · April 18, 2014 · Entertainment, Local News

The Most Brilliant Toilet Ever

Chronicle Publisher Sal Conforto wants you to check this out: “Why use virgin clean water that can be used for cooking and washing hands?” said Conforto. He spoke about the water in Florida, how “reclaimed water” is often used for […]

by · April 15, 2014 · Entertainment, Humor

Sunday Night Television Is Amazing

So, you’ve probably already had a conversation with someone today about Game of Thrones or heard someone talking about it (which must be terribly annoying, folks who don’t Throne it up on the regular.)  But thats just one show.  Between 9 […]

by · April 14, 2014 · Entertainment

Legendary Drummer Papo Pepin Plays TODAY At Bronx Library Center

Papo Pepin and his orchestera will do a 2:30 p.m. set at the Bronx Library Center’s Auditorium (Map and directions).  The legendary musciacian will play selections from his albums “Al Natural” y “Ponte en Vela.” The percussionist was born in Rio […]

by · April 12, 2014 · Entertainment

Pelham Bay Merchants Association – Fun For A Cause!

On April 5, 2014, Pelham Bay Merchants had their first Autism fundraiser by auctioning off   MEN!  

by · April 11, 2014 · Entertainment, Uncategorized

Stephen Colbert To Fill Letterman’s Late Show Seat

Since the 1982 debut of Late Night with David Letterman on NBC, David Letterman has graced the late night screen until next year, when he will retire as host of the talk show  Late Show with David Letterman.  CBS will fill the slot with a […]

by · April 11, 2014 · Entertainment

1ST Annual Patrol Borough Bronx Youth Poetry Slam

1ST Annual Patrol Borough Bronx Youth Poetry Slam Youth & NYPD Communicating   For the 1st time ever youth and community got the opportunity to communicate with the New York Police Department in the Annual Patrol Borough Bronx Youth Poetry […]

The Chronicle Presents: Rhymes In The Bronx

On any given weekend in our borough, groups of individuals will be found standing around in circles, known as cyphers, on street corners, in apartments, in the park, or anywhere where ears are available to hear bars of rhymes, urban […]

by · April 9, 2014 · Entertainment

Free Jazz Concert at the Pelham Bay Public Library on April 26

by · April 8, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Entertainment

Morris Park Singer Vying To Represent The Bronx in 2014 “Battle of the Boroughs”

Guest post written by Bronx Hipster’s Ruth Papazian Singer, songwriter and audio engineer Stef Lebaux has lived in the East Bronx her whole life—except for a brief stint in the funky Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, where she wrote and […]