Comptroller Stringer Speaks This Morning At Clergy Roundtable in Baychester

Comptroller Stringer Speaks This Morning At Clergy Roundtable in Baychester

At the Bronx Christian Fellowship Church, at 1015 E. Gun Hill Road in Baychester this morning, Comptroller Scott Stringer joined many prominent Bronx clergy members, as well as other activists and political staffers,  in a public discussion on the progressive […]

by · February 18, 2014 · Local News

Domestic Violence Seminar

by · February 18, 2014 · Bulletin Board

Green Dot/Money Gram Scams

All, The  message below is from Inspector Maguire, Commanding Officer of the 109th Precinct.  Please read and forward his message to everyone on your distribution lists, your family and friends. Ask them to forward as well.  We need to give […]

by · February 18, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Local News

Questions Arise About Cuomo’s State Homeland Security College

It has been a month and a half since Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a plan for New York to build the nation’s first college focused specifically on training leaders for emergency management and many still wonder what the next step […]

by · February 18, 2014 · Local News, News

An Open Letter on Prison Education and The Bronx

This recent Facebook status of Fordham University professor and long time outspoken community activist Prof. Mark Naison highlights what has become the theme of the recent transition in city government in our fair city, the tale of two cities, of […]

by · February 18, 2014 · Local News, News, Op Ed, Special Sections

Ann Clair’s Big Sandwich

Guest post written by Bronx Hipster’s Ruth Papazian Family-owned Ann Clair’s Salumeria has been the home of “The Big Sandwich” in the East Bronx neighborhood of Morris Park for more than 40 years. It takes roughly 15 minutes and seven pounds […]

by · February 18, 2014 · Business, Special Sections
Jimmy Fallon Takes Tonight Show Reins

Jimmy Fallon Takes Tonight Show Reins

It’s not our place here at Bronx Chronicle to tell you if you’re going to love the new Tonight Show in New York, starring Jimmy Fallon.   Maybe you’re a fan, maybe not.  But if you missed the show, we have […]

by · February 18, 2014 · Humor

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: Feb 18, 2014

Photo by Michael Yagoda

by · February 18, 2014 · Photos

Mindblowing Wordless Video Editorial On Food

They say a picture is worth a thousand words and anyone who knows me knows that I constantly use the phrase a video is worth a thousand pictures.  Simply put, I have no words.  Just watch for a few seconds, […]

by · February 17, 2014 · Editorials

Ethiopian Jet Hijacked, Lands Safely And Hijacker Arrested

Photo c/o Salvatore Di Nolfi/Keystone/AP. A hijacked jet has landed safely in Switzerland with no casualties and the culprit in custody. Geneva airport CEO  Robert Deillon told reporters Monday that the co-pilot — a 30 year old Ethiopian man locked […]

by · February 17, 2014 · News, World News

Wealthy Progressive New Yorkers Ask Cuomo For More Taxes

Who asks for more taxes?  Those who are already rolling in it. A group called Responsible Wealth project has circulated a letter specifically for high income New Yorkers to sign a petition asking Governor Cuomo  to support Mayor De Blasio’s plan […]

by · February 17, 2014 · Domestic News, News
Serranos Honor Bronx African Americans

Serranos Honor Bronx African Americans

Senator José M. Serrano and Congressman José E.Serrano fwill host their Annual Black History Month Celebration on Wednesday, February 19 from 10:30am-1:00pm at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, located at 1040 Grand Concourse (between 165th & 166th Streets). This year’s honorees are Kelly Terry, Executive Director of The Point C.D.C.; […]

by · February 17, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Local News, Uncategorized

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: Feb 17, 2014

Pic by Michael Yagoda

by · February 17, 2014 · Photos

Hundreds of Miners Trapped in South Africa, Dozen Freed As of 4PM EST

Hundreds of South Africans are trapped in a mine in Benoni, a suburb of Johannesburg, after illegally entering a Chinese gold mine, and may be prosecuted if rescued.  Reportedly more than 200 are still underground and at least twelve have […]

by · February 16, 2014 · News, World News

Working Hard Or Hardly Working?

As the snow has fallen and then fallen again, and again, you may have seen one of the many advertisements the Sanitation department has posted in varied venues for citizens to come work as snow shoveling day laborers. As far […]

by · February 16, 2014 · Uncategorized