Nearly 40 community members and activists gathered on a brisk Sunday afternoon to honor an architectural treasure, Villa Rosa Bonheur.
They care so deeply about the planet, they huddled in front of U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel’s office Feb. 6, under a gray sky as ominous as their message, to deliver what they see as nothing less than a radical, urgent charge to their local congressman.
More than 200 works of art from the hands and mind of Kevin McDowell fill his Sedgwick Avenue studio space.
It was a chilly evening last week for some 200 protesters in front of a Mount Eden community center on a somewhat somber strip of Jerome Avenue reiterating a collective cry: Rent is “too damn high,” and “it ain’t right.”
One of Alessandra Biaggi’s main issues she championed on the campaign trail to win the state senate seat she now holds was passage of what could become the country’s first single-payer health care system, the New York Health Act.
Multitasking smokers looking to pick up smokes and pills in one fell swoop at their local pharmacy are out of luck.
Hugh Keenan is rocking a bald new look, and it’s all in the name of literacy.
Each spring, little legs run through Van Cortlandt Park, aimed for the finish line.
Before Jerome Park Reservoir turned into a security fortress that would make Fort Knox proud, people once had a better view of the water.
It had been almost two full months since the Bronx Science Wolverines had last seen their old nemesis, Mott Haven. Christmas and New Year’s had come and gone, so did Groundhog Day for that matter.
A pernicious loophole plaguing struggling renters has the Bronx borough president quite worried.
There are people who move to Riverdale and stay because they love it. Then there’s John Edwards — who grew up in Riverdale, and could never imagine living in a better place.
In memory of a hero
Before he was a sergeant in the Israeli army, Ari Fuld was a student at Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy, where his father — Rabbi Yonah Fuld — was the principal.
A clash of church, state and conscience drives Robert Bolt’s “A Man For All Seasons.”
Savory smells of sizzling onions and marinated meat waft from Rachid Tahzima’s oil-slicked grill inside his Halal Brother cart, parked on a noisy strip of Broadway under the elevated 1 train tracks near West 231st Street.
On paper, there wasn’t a whole lot riding on the regular-season finale for both the American Studies girls basketball team and their counterparts at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy.
Bob Robinson, 82, passed away peacefully at home on Feb. 2, 2019.
A 47-year-old employee of a business cops identified as Movie Kitchens, which they believe may be some sort of catering operation, told police she parked her company’s commercial van in front of 3880 Sedgwick Ave., a little north of the Jerome Park Reservoir in Van Cortlandt Village, around 9 p.m., Jan. 25.
Beginning March 30, the intersection of West 231st Street and Godwin Terrace will have a new name — at least in the ceremonial sense.
One day, an instructor brought a bouquet of flowers to a gardening class I was attending. Amongst the more common flowers was something that closely resembled an artichoke, but certainly not the kind that I have encountered on my plate!