A war of words stemming from a Bronx Documentary Center exhibit has erupted over photojournalistic ethics.
Five blocks in Melrose were closed to traffic as businesses from the neighborhood and around the city set up stands to sell clothing, food and other goods.
Former and present gang members were in the audience for a screening a June 30 screening of Rubble Kings, which depicts the rise of Bronx gang life during the ’70s, at the Bronx Documentary Center. The film will be shown again on July 1 and 2.
It’s on to sixth grade for the proud, graduating class of the Bronx Charter School for Children.
A growing number of hotel chains are building in the South Bronx, betting that travelers will shrug off old stereotypes of the borough to take advantage of bigger rooms at lower rates.
Artists and residents gathered for “Shifting Sands: New Dynamics in the Bronx Art Scene,” a panel meant to promote a public conversation about how Mott Haven residents can adapt to rapid development.
A former officer from the 40th Precinct, Brian McGuckin, pled guilty to grand larceny in Bronx Supreme Court on Tuesday for his role in a widespread ticket-fixing scheme cops ran out of the Alexander Avenue station house before investigators busted it in 2011. McKuckin, 47, got no jail time after pleading to the felony charge, but the 20-year […]
The dept. of Housing Preservation and Development has begun taking proposals for mixed use development of the site where the “Castle on the Concourse” once stood.
A photo exhibit at the Bronx Documentary Center through June 7 spotlights the acclaimed Social Documentary Network, an online website dedicated to telling compelling stories from around the world through photography.
Hostos College will host the third annual job fair and career-readiness event on Friday, May 29 between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Local nonprofit South Bronx Rising Together has teamed up with the SUNY ATTAIN Martin Luther King Resource Center to organize this year’s event. The fair is part […]
Longword’s Mothers on the Move is one of three environmental justice organizations that have filed a lawsuit against NYCHA, contending that workers routinely flaunt laws requiring them to sort recyclables from regular trash.
Sustainable Saturdays was inspired by the desire of current Green Generations students to get outside and connect with nature, according to Adrienne Heim, a former school teacher in Mott Haven who founded Green Generations in 2011.