Articles by: The Bronx Chronicle

Santorum, Huckabee, Cuomo and Economic Populism

Reactionary-Progressive? Progressive-Reactionary? Santorum, Huckabee, Cuomo and Economic Populism by Richard Brodsky Democrats invented it. Republicans are adopting it. Win elections, the theory goes, by fiercely adopting the social issues dear to the base of your chosen party, while rejecting its […]

by · June 9, 2015 · Op Ed
What You Should Know: End of Session Gossip In albany

What You Should Know: End of Session Gossip In albany

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW By Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz End of Session Gossip in Albany You should know that the Legislative Session for the year is about to end and there are eight juicy pieces of gossip that are making […]

by · June 9, 2015 · Op Ed
Hector Cotza, Michael Czaczkes, Peter Frank, Lewis Goldstein, Assistant Pastor Rev. Kevin O'Reilly, Evan Dembrowski

First Event for LGBT Pride Month is Held in the Bronx

One day before the officially recognized start of Pride Month, Bronx LGBTQ Pride held its kickoff event at The Bronx Brewery in the Port Morris section of the Bronx. The brunch was a prelude to the Bronx LGBTQ Pride Awards […]

Ducklips already?

Babies of The Bronx – Jordan Martin Muniz

Once again we feature an adorable Bronxite to bring some joy to your day! Today, meet Jordan! Name: Jordan Martin Muniz Age: 7 weeks This edition of Babies of the Bronx hits home for The Bronx Chronicle staff because Jordan […]

Lenore Skenazy, author, Free Range Kids

Free-Range Kids: Boy Scouts Can’t Squirt Squirt Guns at Each Other and Must Use Goggles

Boy Scouts Can’t Squirt Squirt Guns at Each Other and Must Use Goggles Boy Scouts can’t shoot squirt guns at each other. Here’s the rulebook (see page 99). And here’s the article for Boy Scout leaders that points out:  “Water guns and rubber […]

by · May 26, 2015 · Free Range Kids
CUNY Citizenship Now, Saturday, May 30

CUNY Citizenship Now, Saturday, May 30

On Saturday, May 30, from 11AM to 2PM, CUNY Citizenship Now with City Council Member Ritchie Torres and State Senator Gustavo Rivera. Location: Taft High School Campus in the Bronx. High School of Law and Community Service (Taft HS Campus) 500 East […]

by · May 26, 2015 · Bulletin Board
Corruption is Not Exclusive to Politics in Albany

Corruption is Not Exclusive to Politics in Albany

What You Should Know By Senator Rev Rubén Díaz 32nd Senatorial District Corruption is Not Exclusive to Politics in Albany You should know that in his Commencement Address on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at Pace Law School in Westchester County, […]

by · May 26, 2015 · Op Ed

#Not62 Free Cancer Screening & Community Health Education – May 30th

Free Cervical and Breast Cancer Screenings and Community Health Education. RSVP 718-920-4600. *Women should expect to wait 2-3 hours for their test results*

President Obama to Award the Medal of Honor to Bronx WWI Hero

President Obama to Award the Medal of Honor to Bronx WWI Hero

WASHINGTON, DC – On June 2, 2015, President Barack Obama will award the Medal of Honor to Army Sergeant William Shemin and to Army Private Henry Johnson for conspicuous gallantry during World War I. Congressional legislation required the Secretaries of […]

Matters of Faith: Coming Out of the Tombs

Matters of Faith: Coming Out of the Tombs

COMING OUT OF THE TOMBS by Rev. J. Loren Russell, BS, M.Div Being vulnerable opens the door for you to know who you are. Through that door you find your emotional parameters, your mental shortcomings, and your physical limitations. It […]

by · May 24, 2015 · Daily Living, Faith
Bronx Week Parade Shows the Many Flavors of the Bronx

Bronx Week Parade Shows the Many Flavors of the Bronx

On a very warm and sunny Sunday the Bronx’s 44th Annual Bronx Week celebration came to a very festive and celebratory culmination with the Bronx Week Parade and Concert on Mosholu Parkway. While on stage to host as master of […]

Red Nose Day in the Bronx

Red Nose Day in the Bronx

Red Nose Day in NYC and The Bronx.   Bharati Dance Academy and EF Sports, Inc. raising awareness for children and adults living in poverty while having fun! Do your part to help poverty in the Bronx, New York City and […]

by · May 21, 2015 · Bulletin Board
Ethics and Reform in New York and America

Ethics and Reform in New York and America

By Richard Brodsky   Public distaste for elected officials and government institutions is often the consequence of political strategies. The Reagan critique of government as inept, scandals Clintonian and more, and the widespread sense that politicians and systems are corrupt […]

by · May 18, 2015 · Corruption Watch, Op Ed
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

GOVERNOR CUOMO RALLIES FOR PARENTAL CHOICE IN EDUCATION ACT

On Sunday, Governor Andrew Cuomo attended a rally supporting the Parental Choice in Education Act, which he introduced last week. The Act will provide $150 million in education tax credits annually that reach across a variety of aspects in the […]

by · May 18, 2015 · Education News
Habitat for Humanity coming to the Bronx

Habitat for Humanity coming to the Bronx

A new affordable apartment building is coming to Williamsbridge thanks to Habitat for Humanity. The non-profit group released renderings of the 60-unit, seven-story co-op building, which will be its biggest U.S. project yet. Any family interested in buying a home […]

by · May 18, 2015 · Bulletin Board, Housing