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A Bronx Elementary School Steps Up to the Plate

A Bronx Elementary School Steps Up to the Plate

It took some doing, but P.S 25 Bilingual is getting a Wiffle ball clinic

French Expats Vote, Celebrate, Then Brace for Round Two

French Expats Vote, Celebrate, Then Brace for Round Two

Pro-Europe candidate Emmanuel Macron is the clear favorite among French expats in New York

East Village Residents Mobilize Against a New “Silicon Alley”

East Village Residents Mobilize Against a New “Silicon Alley”

The arrival of a tech hub on 14th Street has neighbors worried about the character of their community

On Her Special Day, Mother Earth Gets Noticed

On Her Special Day, Mother Earth Gets Noticed

A pop-up event in Chelsea was a small part of a big Earth Day 2017, driven by fears of climate change and politicians who deny it

New Yorkers Brave the Rain to March for Science

New Yorkers Brave the Rain to March for Science

Thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets in the city on Earth Day; similar marches took place across the country.

Color, Whimsy, and Politics at the New York Easter Parade

Color, Whimsy, and Politics at the New York Easter Parade

The annual New York City Easter Parade on 5th Avenue draws hundreds of attendees each year. Some come to see and others come to be seen, crafting whimsical hats and brightly colored get-ups for the occasion. There was no shortage of costumes to be seen this year, as crowds of parade-goers gathered outside of St. […]

Fighting for a School Designated to Close

Fighting for a School Designated to Close

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, […]

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