At a public hearing last Wednesday night in the Bronx, residents filed into the Concourse Village Community Center to oppose the proposed rezoning on Jerome Avenue. Throughout the night, residents approached the podium to make their case to Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson of the 16th District and members of Bronx community boards 4 and 5 If […]
It’s Thursday evening at 6 p.m. and the last of the students disperse from the halls of P.S. 154 to head home. But downstairs, a new class is just beginning on the ground floor of the Bronx elementary school. Two women wearing black and white hijabs pull out their notebooks and pencils and begin to […]
It took some doing, but P.S 25 Bilingual is getting a Wiffle ball clinic
One South Bronx nonprofit is providing students and their families with access to after school tutoring, competitive and recreational soccer programs, legal services, and college prep work.
With the start of baseball season in New York City, both Mets and Yankees fans are excited and optimistic about their teams this year.
On a recent Monday evening, the auditorium at Arturo Toscanini Middle School (M.S. 145) in the South Bronx was packed with teachers, students, and alumni who had come out in the hopes of convincing the Department of Education to Vote “no” on an upcoming vote to close the school. Testimony went well over three hours, […]
At St. Ann’s in The Bronx, teachers, parents, and students feel betrayed
Have you ever wanted to do yoga and drink beer at the same time? Since September, the Bronx Brewery has been offering people the opportunity to do both on a monthly basis.
The Bronx women’s group 35 Mujeres celebrates the prison release of a symbol for Puerto Rican independence
How U.S. immigration laws kept a couple far apart
Investors are knocking on doors, but Samuel Brooks is working to help older generations stay
The Blox TV and Bronx Narratives are using new media to showcase their love for the borough
Existing affordable housing is a key piece of New York’s housing puzzle, and city tax breaks can help the system stay profitable
The Bronx neighborhood offers more space for less money
Community groups working to bring public Wi-Fi to Hunts Point