Articles by: The Bronx Chronicle

Lenore Skenazy, author, Free Range Kids

Free Range Kids: Etan Patz and The Legacy of Fear

The Etan Patz Case and “Take Our Children to the Park…And Let Them Walk Home By Themselves” Day [This week], the Etan Patz trial came to a a close. Etan was the 6-year-old boy who disappeared on his way to […]

Matters of Faith: Beyond Mediocrity

Matters of Faith: Beyond Mediocrity

BEYOND MEDIOCRITY by Rev. J., Loren Russell, BS, MDiv   I went into a Subway restaurant to purchase a salad. There was a lone gentleman sittingat a table having lunch. I greeted him in typical fashion as I walked in. […]

Kick off Memorial Day At Woodlawn’s Annual Veterans’ Flagging

Kick off Memorial Day At Woodlawn’s Annual Veterans’ Flagging

Annual Memorial Day flagging of veterans’ graves will be held at 1 p.m. on Friday, May 15   Bronx, NY  The Woodlawn Cemetery is hosting an event at 1 p.m. on Friday, May 15 to kick off its annual Memorial […]

Gabrielle Pelicci

Bronx Profile: Gabrielle Pelicci, Finalist, “Grow Your Value Bonus Competition”

Bronx Profile: Gabrielle Pelicci, Finalist, “Grow Your Value Bonus Competition” by Koi Germany   Continuing the Bronx Chronicle’s weekly Bronx Profile feature is Dr. Gabrielle Pelicci, holistic health coach and finalist of MSNBC’s Grow Your Value Bonus Competition. The competition, […]

Carl Heastie and John Flanagan Are Being Treated Differently 

Carl Heastie and John Flanagan Are Being Treated Differently 

Senator John Flanagan – in three hours from the time that Senator Dean Skelos resigned from his leadership 
position after being accused, arrested and indicted on corruption charges 
– has become the new Leader of the New York State Senate. 

by · May 12, 2015 · Government, Op Ed
Babies of The Bronx — Photos Wanted

Babies of The Bronx — Photos Wanted

The Bronx Chronicle is resuming its popular Babies of the Bronx photo series. If you have a photo of a baby that you want posted on our website, please send it to Pics@thebronxchronicle.com. Include the subject line: Babies of the […]

GOING FOR GOLD: PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN CITY SCHOOLS

GOING FOR GOLD: PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN CITY SCHOOLS

GOING FOR GOLD: PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN CITY SCHOOLS By New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer   One of the great Olympic champions of the modern age—track and field star Jackie Joyner-Kersee—once said that “playing sports is not about winning […]

Matters of Faith: NOTHING LIKE THE PRESENT

Matters of Faith: NOTHING LIKE THE PRESENT

NOTHING LIKE THE PRESENT by Rev. J. Loren Russell There’s nothing like a birthday to remind you that there is nothing like the present. As much as we sometimes want to, we can’t go back and change yesterday, and we […]

by · May 10, 2015 · Daily Living, Faith
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY

The Bronx Chronicle would like to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful mothers of the Bronx!

Photo Op-Ed: Who Stole The People’s Democracy

Photo Op-Ed: Who Stole The People’s Democracy

Who Stole The People’s Democracy” T’was HIM! (The City’s Real Estate Robber Barons)   Photo Illustration Credit: Gary Tilzer @unitednyblogs   Using a clever photo illustration borrowing from an anti-Tammany cartoon by Thomas Nast Brooklyn-based blogger Gary Tilzer asks, “Who stole the people’s […]

Is Trust the Foundation of the Clinton Foundation

Is Trust the Foundation of the Clinton Foundation

Is Trust the Foundation of the Clinton Foundation By Dennis A. Conforto   The problem for the Clinton’s right now is the very foundation of the Clinton Foundation. Foundations are suppose to be good organizations that do good deeds around […]

Close City Elex Bd Accounts At Big Banks Refusing IDNYC

Close City Elex Bd Accounts At Big Banks Refusing IDNYC

Dear Editor, Big banks such as Citibank and JPMorgan Chase won’t accept the IDNYC card. Well, the city Board of Elections has 26,000 to 32,000 poll workers on Election Day whose paychecks are drawn on some of those big banks. […]

Morris Perk will be doing a Pop-Up at Charlie’s Bar & Kitchen in June!

Morris Perk will be doing a Pop-Up at Charlie’s Bar & Kitchen in June!

   

by · May 8, 2015 · Bulletin Board
What You Should Know: “To A Man Who Stands for Principle”

What You Should Know: “To A Man Who Stands for Principle”

To A Man Who Stands for Principle By Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz You should know that on Wednesday, April 29, 2015, I was invited by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo to join other Senate colleagues for a breakfast at […]

by · May 7, 2015 · Op Ed
Photo Op-Ed: Punish The Hooker-Pols, Real Estate Johns Walk

Photo Op-Ed: Punish The Hooker-Pols, Real Estate Johns Walk

Punish The Hooker-Pols, Real Estate Johns Walk Photo Illustration Credit: Gary Tilzer @unitednyblogs   The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author do not necessarily represent those of The Bronx Chronicle, its staff, or contributors.