Jazz musician Dr. Valerie Capers performed with Bronx preteens to celebrate the Bronx Children’s Museum’s sixth anniversary.
An exhibit at BronxArtSpace through Aug. 8 combines the work of a renowned Bronx photographer and the paintings of two Brazilian artists who for years admired his iconic photos from afar.
Parents of students at four Morrisania public schools have filed suit against the city to block a new charter school from co-locating in their building.
Residents of NYCHA’s Mott Haven Houses on Alexander Ave. are slated to receive free Internet access as part of a federal initiative recently announced by President Obama.
A multi-year initiative calling for new green space in Mott Haven and Port Morris, is expected to include the creation of a park on the eastern edge of 132nd Street, and another a few blocks away.
A war of words stemming from a Bronx Documentary Center exhibit has erupted over photojournalistic ethics.
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.
Power Up for Health, a new program designed to help men of all ages prevent the onset of diabetes, will begin at St. Mary’s Recreation Center in mid-August. The program focuses on healthy eating, beating stress, and exercising as the means to help men stave off the disease.
“Run Wild,” an exhibit featuring the work of 50 artists at Wallworks Gallery through July 11, is a celebration of graffiti’s most visible era, the 1970s, when it was ubiquitous on subways and buildings around the city.
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.
Vinny Valentino, the director of the Third Avenue BID, is stepping down after over two decades of service to businesses in the Hub.
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.