Articles by: The Bronx Chronicle

Missing Child Alert

Missing Child Alert

Emmily White is missing. She was last seen by her sister Holly Lizzie White around 4:00 pm February 9th near White Plains Rd and Unionport Rd (by BPE). Please, get in touch with me, Holly or the NYPD Detective Squad 49th […]

by · February 10, 2015 · Bulletin Board
Cirque du Bronx

Cirque du Bronx

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 […]

WHAT ABOUT THE THREE MEN IN A ROOM?

What You Should Know By State Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz 32nd Senatorial District (718) 991-3161 WHAT ABOUT THE THREE MEN IN A ROOM? You should know that we human beings have mastered the ability to create our own psychological defense […]

by · February 4, 2015 · Bulletin Board, Editorials
Free Range Kids – “My Daughter, 10, Wondered Why the Boy Walking Her Home Wanted to Go In The Alley”

Free Range Kids – “My Daughter, 10, Wondered Why the Boy Walking Her Home Wanted to Go In The Alley”

A mom lets her daughter walk home. The girl’s new friend, an older, taller boy, walks home with her…and starts talking about weird stuff. One mom’s surprising and Free-Range story: Dear Free-Range Kids:  My daughter is 10, our only child. […]

by · January 26, 2015 · Family, Health & Nutrition
Column from Westchester Square Zerega Improvement Organization (Sandi Lusk)

Column from Westchester Square Zerega Improvement Organization (Sandi Lusk)

Post by Contributor Sandi Lusk Last week Woody and I attended a meeting about the new Westchester Square Branch Library to be built on Lane Avenue in the Square. The NYPL VP for Government and Community Affairs, the VP for […]

Resurgent Nazism: New and Frightening Reports

Resurgent Nazism: New and Frightening Reports

Post by Columnist Richard Brodsky Even as the world focuses on the murder of French journalists, police and Jews, the continuing growth of Nazi and neo-Nazi movements has the capacity to surprise and frighten. Next Wednesday, January 21, at the […]

by · January 17, 2015 · Crime, World News
This Week’s BronxTalk – “Women of Woodlawn”

This Week’s BronxTalk – “Women of Woodlawn”

This week’s BronxTalk features “the ‘Women of Woodlawn’ a group of women who are dedicated to positive change in their community. We talked about housing education, economic development, parks, and more. It’s an important show about how Bronx people can wrest control of […]

by · January 16, 2015 · Partners, Video
Recipe of the Week: Jann’s Famous Cannoli Dip.

Recipe of the Week: Jann’s Famous Cannoli Dip.

Homemade Cannoli Dip Ingredients: 1 cup Ricotta Cheese 2/3 cup Heavy Cream 1 tsp. Vanilla 1/2 cup Powder Sugar 1 cup Sugar 1 cup Marscapone Cheese 6 oz. of Mini Chocolate Chips Directions 1- Place Ricotta Cheese in a cheese […]

Free Range Kids – Crossing Guard Ordered to Not “High Five” Students

Free Range Kids – Crossing Guard Ordered to Not “High Five” Students

Post by Contributor Lenore Skenazy Canadian school crossing guards who high-five students have been ordered to stop this obviously super-dangerous practice. According to GlobalNews: Kevin Jones, Peterborough’s manager of transportation, said the city is standing by its policy that bans any […]

by · January 11, 2015 · Editorials, Family
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What Hillary Needs to Learn From Mario

Post by Columnist Richard Brodsky The history of the Clinton/Cuomo relationship is well known, but worth considering. The “what-ifs” are legion and fascinating. What If Mario had run in ’84, ’88 or ’92? What If Mario had accepted the Clinton […]

by · January 8, 2015 · Editorials, Politics
Violence Against Police Continues with Attempted Shooting In The Bronx

Violence Against Police Continues with Attempted Shooting In The Bronx

Only hours after two New York policemen were ambushed and executed in Brooklyn in what is believed to be a revenge killing, 17 year old, Raymond Leonardo of the Bronx pointed a gun at two police officers during a pursuit […]

by · December 21, 2014 · Crime
Bronx D.A.: Former NYPD Lieutenant Sentenced for “Ticket-Fixing” Cases

Bronx D.A.: Former NYPD Lieutenant Sentenced for “Ticket-Fixing” Cases

by · December 19, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Crime
Filippo Ferron

The Bronx Loses A Beloved Friend & Teacher : Filippo Ferron

The Bronx Chronicle mourns the passing of friend Filippo Ferron. An admirably self educated member of the Morris Park Community Association, and the Committe Chair of its senior garden, he passionately served the community that he so loved through the growth […]

by · December 18, 2014 · Bronx Personalities
CB12 News n’ Views : ‘Tis the Season

CB12 News n’ Views : ‘Tis the Season

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, […]

by · December 17, 2014 · Cultures, Editorials, Holidays, Religion
Happy Chanukah

Happy Chanukah

by · December 16, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Holidays