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The time has finally come. If you follow Noelle Santos on Instagram, then you’ve had a glimpse into what it took for her to finally bring a bookstore back to the Bronx- making her a pretty awesome story teller herself. On Saturday Apr
Don’t have the space to host the fight? Why not get some friends together and watch the Pacquiao and Broner fight at a local movie theater! The live broadcast of “Pacquiao vs. Broner” presented by Fathom Events and SHOWTIME PPV, is set for Saturday,
What’s on your Bronx bucket list for this year? Here are 150 things to do in the Bronx in 2019- feel free to add your own and keep it going!
Summer classes at the Bronx River Art Center begin on July 16th- there is still time to register. See below for more information.
July 16 – August 17
Each art class is five sessions. Click here to Register Now!
If space allows, onsite registration wil
If you didn’t catch our Facebook post yesterday afternoon- we shared that we stopped in for a sneak peek of the new ShopRite of Bruckner Blvd- which officially opened today June 28th. Some nice features of the new location include easy lunch options
I’m excited to share that a new Marshall’s just opened on Third ave last week and I recently had a chance to check it out. I don’t know about you, but I love shopping where I can find something for the entire family- and going to Marshalls has alway
THE POINT CDC has been named one of the Citi Foundation’s 2018 Community Progress Makers. THE POINT joins nonprofit organizations from around the country who are committed to driving economic opportunities in their communities. As a member of the 201
The deadline for the Summer 2018 Internship at the Bronx Documentary Center is on May 11th. See below for more information:
The Bronx Documentary Center (BDC), a 501(c)3 non-profit photo gallery and educational space, is currently seeking 2 qualifie
If you recall at this time last year, I was doing the Charleston and smoking invisible cigarettes out of a plastic stick I ordered on Amazon. It was the 1920’s at the Huntington Library in Westchester Square and it was an insanely fun night. This
It’s no secret that as we get older, the health and beauty industry make more and more money off of us. But there are little things you can do to save or at least enjoy a few perks with all of that spending. Read what one Bronx makeup artist does to
Zumper just released its annual NYC Rent Map showing how rents have increased (or decreased) over the course of the year and the results are quite surprising (or not) with overall NYC rents dipping by 3.7% but The Bronx showed the biggest increases i
And our Bronx and Dominicana superstar Cardi B makes history yet again, this time knocking off Beyonce in becoming the FIRST woman with FIVE singles in Billboard’s top ten R&B chart.
This comes just two months after she made history with 3 in the top
Uniqlo, the popular Japanese clothing company, is opening their first Bronx store this coming Spring at The Mall at Bay Plaza in Co-op City.
According to Prestige Properties who owns and o
This one made me laugh when it came across my desk. Apparently $1,900 is “affordable” for a two bedroom in The Bronx according to a new offering on NYC’s Housing Connect.
There are currently 5 units available for residents making 130% of the Area Medi
Although the plan to create a massive 280 acre arts district in Port Morris has been shelved, it’s disturbing that a 58-page document was created in secrecy without consulting Bronx-based artists or organi
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