Seriously Guys, Baby Rabbits and Chickens Are Not Appropriate as Easter Gifts

Seriously Guys, Baby Rabbits and Chickens Are Not Appropriate as Easter Gifts

Easter is coming and many animal advocacy organizations are urging parents  not to buy live Easter animals like rabbits and baby chicks.

Pelham Bay Merchants Association – Fun For A Cause!

On April 5, 2014, Pelham Bay Merchants had their first Autism fundraiser by auctioning off   MEN!  

by · April 11, 2014 · Entertainment, Uncategorized
Dire Picture Of Lawlessness From Crimea

Dire Picture Of Lawlessness From Crimea

While Russia has continued to pictre the shift of power in Crimea as orderly and peaceful, reports tell another tale.  Basic issues such as currency have not been yet worked out, as Al Jazeera reveals: “Lawyers and judges complain that […]

by · April 11, 2014 · Uncategorized

Three Faiths Come Together Around the Topic of Usury At Fordham Lecture

Father Patrick Ryan, left, delivers the McGinley Lecture at the Rose Hill campus. Seated at the table are Donna Rapaccioli, Ph.D., dean of the Gabelli School and the evening’s moderator; and respondents Rabbi Daniel Polish and Hussein Rashid. Photo by […]

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Stephen Colbert To Fill Letterman’s Late Show Seat

Since the 1982 debut of Late Night with David Letterman on NBC, David Letterman has graced the late night screen until next year, when he will retire as host of the talk show  Late Show with David Letterman.  CBS will fill the slot with a […]

by · April 11, 2014 · Entertainment

Report Shows New York’s Managed Long-Term Care Plans Continue to Demonstrate High-Quality Performance

A new report issued by the New York State Department of Health shows that Managed Long-Term Care plans (MLTCs) are continuing to provide high-quality services to consumers in the areas of effectiveness of care and stability or improvement in managing […]

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Mayor’s 100 Days Speech Sees City As Progressive Beacon

Mayor’s 100 Days Speech Sees City As Progressive Beacon

Mayor Bil De Blasio spoke at the Great Hall at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art of Science yesterday, giving the hallowed hall its due referencing one of the hall’s earliest and greatest orators, Abraham Lincoln, who spoke […]

by · April 11, 2014 · Local News

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: April 11, 2014

Photo by Annie Boller

by · April 11, 2014 · Photos

Job Opportunity

Ironworkers Locals 40 & 361 will be conducting a recruitment for the 2014-2015 school year. Applications (unlimited) will be given out every Thursday from 12pm to 5:30pm starting 3/20/14 till 5/22/14. Please visit our Recruitment FAQ section for information on […]

by · April 10, 2014 · Bulletin Board

Kingsbridge Heights Neighborhood Festival

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Allerton Calendar of Events

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Summer Youth Employment Program

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Morris Park Library – Special Event

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Torres and Council Examine Effects Of NYCHA Cuts

Torres and Council Examine Effects Of NYCHA Cuts

In a joint committee meeting between the Public Housing and Housing & Buildings committees of the City Council yesterday, Chairs Ritchie Torres, from the Bronx, and Jumanne Williams, from Brooklyn, spoke with advocates on cuts to the city public housing […]

by · April 10, 2014 · Local News, Uncategorized

Yesterday’s Local Sports Scores

Yesterday, 7:00 PM Amway Center, Orlando, Florida Brooklyn Nets (43-35) Orlando Magic (23-55) 111 – 115 Final 1 2 3 4 Total Nets 22 21 35 33 111 Magic 20 35 28 32   115 Box Score _____________________________________________________________________________ Yesterday, 7:05 […]

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