Articles by: Bernard L. Stein

Police beat: the week of Oct. 14 in crime

Police October 25, 2013 at 5:24 pm 0 comments

Armed robbery foiled An armed man tried to rob a cab driver but was busted after the driver pulled over and locked the doors, police said. Simmon Severino was in the backseat of the taxi at the corner of St. Ann’s Avenue and East 137th Street about 5 a.m. onRead More

Three views of Banksy's controversial mural.

‘Ghetto for Life’ mural ignites debate

Art October 25, 2013 at 9:33 am 1 comment

The word “ghetto” touches off a heated debate about a new mural in Melrose.

Police Beat: the week of 10/6 in crime

Police October 18, 2013 at 4:55 pm 0 comments

Robbery with violence Two men were robbed after one lent his phone to a stranger at 1:27 a.m. on Oct.6. According to police, while walking near Willis Avenue and East 148th Street a man approached the two victims and asked to use one of their cellphones. After one handed overRead More

Police Beat: the week of 9/29 in crime

Police October 11, 2013 at 1:35 pm 0 comments

 Assaults POLICE ARRESTED  three people for assault in separate incidents in cases involving victims struck in the head with objects ranging from a cellphone to a glass bottle. A 38-year-old woman was repeatedly hit in the face with a cellphone, leaving her face bleeding and swollen on the afternoon ofRead More

Storm-tossed art sounds a warning

Storm-tossed art sounds a warning

Art, Environment October 7, 2013 at 10:41 am 1 comment

Visitors who experienced Hurricane Sandy last November called the exhibit evocative, and said it recalled the storm.

Police Beat: the week of 9/22 in crime

Uncategorized October 4, 2013 at 5:15 pm 0 comments

Chase ends in arrest A HIGH-SPEED  chase at 4 a.m. started when police drove up to ticket 32-year-old Herald Henry for double parking, according to the police report. It says that Henry then sped off in a stolen 1996 Chrysler Town & Country through a residential neighborhood. The chase endedRead More

Top cop nearly slammed by rogue biker

Top cop nearly slammed by rogue biker

Police October 4, 2013 at 1:42 pm 0 comments

An illegal ATV confronted the commander of the 40th Precinct in an incident that officials say underlines the growing danger of dirt bikes on city streets.

Diabetes prevention coaches and the people who trained them. Back row: l. to r., Patricia Nelson, Delores Graham, Rev. Michel Faulkner, Loretta Fleming, Ruby Garner, Chris Norwood, executive director of Health People, Dr. Robert W. Marrow.  Front Row: l. to r., Gwendolyn Kennely, Dr. Juanita Lopez-Kump, Wanda Williams, Darlene Cruz, Rosa Martinez

Health care fight traps diabetes program

Health October 3, 2013 at 5:15 pm 4 comments

A diabetes prevention program slated to begin in the Bronx this fall may be cancelled before it begins, a victim in the national debate over the federal budget and health care.