Fordham Plaza has been redesigned, but vendor spaces may remain empty through 2016, reports Norwood News.
City Limits, whose early motto was “we cover the other New York,” celebrates 40 years of reporting on topics from homeless shelters to “green” jobs.
The “Bronx:Africa” exhibition, opening Feb. 3 at Hostos Community College’s Longwood Art Gallery, features the contemporary works of 25 artists, reports The Riverdale Press.
Long-Bin Chen makes sculptures and busts of historical figures and religious icons using books about them. SinoVision stops by his Bronx studio.
Local officials revisit the redevelopment of Webster Avenue in the Bronx after rezoning has failed to garner the commercial interest promoters desired.
National retailers are opening more outlets in the Bronx, one sign of an improving business climate.
In the Bronx, residents can get help in organizing their finances through “Getting Ahead” workshops offered by the University Neighborhood Housing Program.
The Hunts Point Express spoke with three of the many candidates vying to fill the 17th district City Council seat in the Bronx.
The Healthy Bodega Initiative has offered workshops to bodega employees in the South Bronx on how to provide healthy eating options while remaining financially stable, reports Mott Haven Herald.
In response to ICE’s deportation policies, Ecuadorean indigenous collective Kichwa Hatari has translated an immigrants’ rights guide into the Quechua language, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
St. Roch in The Bronx reopened for Christmas, as their parishioners are fighting for the church’s survival, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Images of the South Bronx in the 70s and 80s are among the examples of “Barrios” on display at the King Juan Carlos 1 Center of Spain, reports the Hunts Point Express.
A Museum of the City of New York exhibition on the influence of folk music during the 1950s and 1960s features musician Delores “Dee” Dixon of The New World Singers, who tells The Riverdale Press how music has served as an integral part of protest.
UpBeat NYC brings music lessons to young people in the South Bronx, where many schools have had to cut their music and arts programs, reports Mott Haven Herald.
The Korean-American Parents Association of Greater New York held a demonstration at Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx demanding justice for a Korean employee who suffered brain damage from an assault a year ago that relatives say both the hospital and the NYPD failed to investigate at the time, reports The Korea Times.