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 […]
Just before 11 am each Sunday, a group of young men and women gather at Corona Plaza under the peeling paint of the 7 train line. There, they take up trash bags, gloves and shovels and hit busy Roosevelt Avenue, decluttering tree beds and discarded plastic on the sidewalks. Calling themselves the Coalition to Defend […]
Hundreds march down Madison Avenue for the 32nd Annual Muslim Day Parade.
Alexandria loves double-stuffed Oreos, live music in the forest, and organic meet-ups. She only used Tinder once—in Austin—where she received an inordinate amount of unsolicited photos. She also tried Coffee Meets Bagel. After three dates with Logan, he told her he was more into Geishas. She has sworn off apps ever since. Anya likes […]
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