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BronxTalk’s 20th Anniversary With Gary Axelbank

BronxTalk’s 20th Anniversary With Gary Axelbank

From BronxTalk:  “This unique celebration features clips from many of our 950 programs, interviews with a number of Bronx officials, community members, and local leaders, and in many ways provides a chronicle of the borough over the past two decades. There […]

by · October 31, 2014 · Entertainment, Partners
The United States Capitol

Election Day is November 4: Congressional Races

The Congressional Incumbents representing The Bronx have nominal opposition. Congressman Eliot Engel has no opposition. All four of our members in Congress have proven records when it comes to serving the needs of their constituents and of The Bronx. Each […]

by · October 31, 2014 · Editorials, Local News, Politics
Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 31, 2014

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 31, 2014

Lois D’Agostino in proper attire

by · October 31, 2014 · Photos
Here I am voting circa 1975. I have voted in every primary and Genersl election since 1964 when I turned 21. I hope all residents vote in every election

Election Day is November 4: Our State-Wide Races

Next Tuesday we will be electing or re-electing the Governor, Comptroller and Attorney General of New York. Each office is crucial for us, our fellow residents and for the well being of our great state. Each office holder has his […]

by · October 30, 2014 · Editorials, Politics
Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 30, 2014

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 30, 2014

by · October 30, 2014 · Photos
Cyberbullies: The Schoolyard is Everywhere and Open 24/7

Cyberbullies: The Schoolyard is Everywhere and Open 24/7

Post by Stephanie Raptis Nothing I write here today will be news to you if you are on any form of social media. Bullies are no longer contained in the schoolyard. When we were kids, the school bell rang and […]

by · October 29, 2014 · Editorials, Ethics
Correction Officers’  Benevolent Association Radio Show Every Sunday

Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association Radio Show Every Sunday

COBA Radio: Real Talk, Real Time This Sunday On COBA Radio host Norman Seabrook will be joined by Gerson Borrero (NY1 political commentator) discussing upcoming political races in New York. Also on the show will be New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. […]

by · October 29, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Partners
NYC ELECTRONIC VOTE SCANNER Machine

Election Day is November 4: Make Sure Your Voice is Heard

Election Day is less than one week away. The date is next TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th. It is important that all registered voters VOTE. We have three statewide elections. These will determine our leadership for the next four years. Who we […]

by · October 29, 2014 · Editorials, Local News, Politics
Tune In Tonight for BronxTalk’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

Tune In Tonight for BronxTalk’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

UPDATE FROM BRONXTALK: There’s been a post-production delay. The 20th Anniversary of BronxTalk will be shown in its entirety on Wednesday, October 29 at 9:00pm. Sorry for any inconvenience.  Celebrating it’s 20th Anniversary of being on the air, BronxTalk hosted […]

by · October 27, 2014 · Bronx Personalities, Partners
The Young Killing the Young has to stop NOW

The Gun Industry and Blood Money

It was with much disgust that I saw the news about the killing of at least one young person by another in Marysville, Washington. The snuffing out the life of our youth by other young people is an indication of […]

by · October 26, 2014 · Crime, Editorials

Making the Grade: Holding Agencies Accountable for M/WBE Spending

An Op-Ed from Scott M. Stringer   New York City is as diverse as it’s ever been, with nearly 40 percent of our residents born outside the U.S., nearly 50 percent speaking a language other than English at home, and […]

by · October 24, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Op Ed
One of many possible body cameras for the NYPD

Police Body Cameras: Need for Objectivity

There has been much debate and controversy over having the police officers in the NYPD and other police departments across nation outfitted with body cameras. Over the past year there have been several confrontations between the police and unarmed civilians. […]

by · October 24, 2014 · Crime, Editorials, Local News
The crescent moon that determines the start of the Islamic New Year

The Islamic New Year and Eid

Tomorrow night, October 24, the Hijri New Year, also known as The Islamic New Year (Arabic: رأس السنة الهجرية‎ Ras as-Sanah al-Hijriyah) begins. The date of the New Year is determined by the position of the moon. The first sighting […]

by · October 23, 2014 · Editorials, Religion
Cut The Cable: Save $$$ And Still Watch TV? – Part II

Cut The Cable: Save $$$ And Still Watch TV? – Part II

Post by Columnist Anthony Rivieccio Well, after two weeks ago writing an article (Part 1) encouraging and sharing with you FREE internet sites to watch your: News, TV shows , Sports and Movies (of which makes up today’s TV); NOW, […]

by · October 22, 2014 · Editorials, Personal Finance
A horrible murder by terrorists; a creative opera.

The Death of Klinghoffer: Creativity, Not Anti-Semitism

There has been quite an uproar regarding the Metropolitan Opera’s staging of the opera “The Death of Klinghoffer”. I for one defend its presentation and the creativity of this opera. I object to those who are protesting, calling for a […]

by · October 22, 2014 · Arts & Artists, Editorials