Post Tagged with: "Bronx"

Bronx Political Buzz: Ayala Appears as Only Woman to Win

Bronx Political Buzz: Ayala Appears as Only Woman to Win

After taking a summer hiatus, The Bronx Chronicle’s Political Buzz column is back. Only One of Three Women Candidates Emerged Victorious Bronx County Democrats took one on the chin as it appears the organization failed to deliver the Bronx portion […]

Casting Call – Seeking Locals for Upcoming Film Shooting in the Bronx

Casting Call – Seeking Locals for Upcoming Film Shooting in the Bronx

Grant Wilfley Casting is seeking Bronx locals to play press types and college students for background work on 8/21, 8/22, and 8/25 in HBO’s Untitled Levinson Project, starring Al Pacino as Penn State Coach Joe Paterno. NonUnion pay rate is […]

by · August 12, 2017 · Jobs
Candlelight Memorial for Ms. Louella Hatch

Candlelight Memorial for Ms. Louella Hatch

Candlelight Memorial for beloved community leader Louella Hatch. Today, Tuesday, July 25th, 6pm, 2200 Tiebout Avenue, Bronx, NY.

Despite promoting a new comedy night, the Beso Lounge shut it's doors after throwing a farewell party at the club on Saturday, June 10. Photo by David Greene

BESO LOUNGE CLOSING LEAVES LAST BAR IN NORWOOD

BESO CLOSING LEAVES LAST BAR IN NORWOOD      The once Irish neighborhood of Norwood that had more that 20 bars that thrived along Bainbridge Avenue and East 204 Street in the mid 1990’s, is down to it’s last bar […]

by · June 20, 2017 · Entertainment, News
OPINION: Bronx Public School Parents Want to be Heard

OPINION: Bronx Public School Parents Want to be Heard

By Cecilia Taveras When it comes to public education in the Bronx, Mayor de Blasio is better at talking than he is at listening. Last month, when the Mayor visited my borough for a week, he spent a lot of […]

by · June 18, 2017 · Education News, Op Ed
Longwood photographer Clarisel Gonzalez is interviewed next to some of her photographs featured in a new exhibit. Photo by David Greene

THE BRONX CAPTURED ON FILM

Some of the “Bronx Photographers” featured in a new photography exhibit at Metropolitan College. Photo by David Greene By David Greene   Photographer and organizer Walter Pofeldt is interviewed next to some of his work. Photo by David Greene A […]

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Aquababies Learn to Swim at the New Settlement Community Center

By SusieQ Wong   “Swimming is awesome!” Swimming is fun.   Children, as young as 6 months old, are learning how to swim in the aquatics program at the New Settlement Community Center (NSCC) located on Jerome Avenue in the […]

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Free Concert by the Jazz Foundation, June 6

IN CELEBRATION OF THE RE-OPENING OF THE GROWNYC  FARMERS MARKET, THE JAZZ FOUNDATION WILL GIVE A FREE CONCERT TOMORROW TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 11 AM – 1 PM AT LORELEI FOUNTAIN, JOYCE KILMER PARK LOCATED ON THE GRAND CONCOURSE AT 161ST  STREET IN THE BRONX. ALL ARE WELCOME

Sabra expands Plants with a Purpose, a community engagement initiative dedicated to helping alleviate the impact of food deserts in the United States. (PRNewsfoto/Sabra Dipping Company, LLC)

Sabra Partners With NYBG TO Alleviate Food Deserts Via ‘Wellness Wednesdays’

Sabra CEO Shali Shalit-Shoval today announced the expansion of Sabra’s Plants with a Purpose, a community engagement initiative dedicated to helping alleviate the impact of food deserts in the United States. Sabra will partner with The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) to bring Wellness […]

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Bronx UFT College Fair & Parent Conference | 3/31-4/1

The United Federation of Teachers will host a two-day College Fair & Parent Conference at the Bronx UFT Office.

Paloma Izquierdo-Hernandez
President and CEO, Urban Health Plan
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UHP’s Paloma Izquierdo-Hernandez Honored with ‘Above & Beyond’ Award

HONORING 25 OF NEW YORK’S MOST REMARKABLE WOMEN OF 2017 City and State NY’s annual Above & Beyond list put the spotlight on some remarkable women, including Paloma Izquierdo-Hernandez, president and CEO of Bronx-based Urban Health Plan. This year, C&SNY featured […]

Man Wounded in Drive-by Shooting in Norwood

Man Wounded in Drive-by Shooting in Norwood

Man Wounded in Drive-by shooting in Norwood by David Greene An unidentified 28 year-old man is recovering after being shot at least three times during a drive-by shooting. Officials say the gunfire errupted at 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 1, […]

by · March 10, 2017 · Crime, News
One Riverdale resident blames President Donald Trump and his administration for the recent increase in hate crimes and bomb threats against Jewish community centers.--Photo by David Greene

UNITED IN THE BRONX AGAINST HATE

UNITED IN THE BRONX AGAINST HATE   A large crowd joined several local elected officials and religious leaders in calling for an end against recent hate attacks against both the Jewish and Muslim communities. Responding to the 100 bomb threats […]

by · March 3, 2017 · News
Former NY Giants (l-r): Justin Tuck and Stephen Baker sign autographs for fans during a Super Bowl viewing party at Empire City Casino on Yonkers, N.Y. Photo courtesy of Empire City Casino

Empire City Casino Hosts Giants and “Laugh Fest”

EMPIRE CITY CASINO HOSTS SUPERBOWL LI PARTY AND LAUGHFEST … Football fans turned out in droves to Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway as former players Justin Tuck and Stephen Baker hosted a Super Bowl viewing party held on Sunday, […]

by · February 26, 2017 · Bulletin Board, News
An ambulance leaves the scene at Sedgwick Avenue, minutes after the off-duty officer was declared dead. Photo by David Greene

NYPD Housing Sargeant Likely Took Own Life in Jerome Park

Officer Likely Took Own Life in Jerome Park by David Greene An off-duty NYPD Housing Bureau police officer apparently taken his own life at his home, opposite the Jerome Park Reservoir in the Jerome Park section of the borough. A […]

by · February 24, 2017 · Local News, News