The New York City Economic Development Corporation has released an RFEI, request for expressions of interest, for the development of a 158,000-square-foot site along the Harlem River in the South Bronx, reports Norwood News.
Bronx Legal Services has a new headquarters from which to serve clients, reports The Bronx Free Press.
Krinos Foods, which imports, distributes and manufactures Greek and Mediterranean foods, has just opened a new headquarters and expanded facility in the Bronx, with support from the NYC Economic Development Corp. and Industrial Development Agency.
City Council member Fernando Cabrera is once again challenging state Sen. Gustavo Rivera, after an unsuccessful effort two years ago. Norwood News spoke with Rivera about the development.
New York artist Edgardo Miranda-Rodríguez will unveil female superhero “La Borinqueña” at the National Puerto Rican Day Parade, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
On the June 28 Democratic primaries, the increasingly Hispanic 13th Congressional District will choose a successor to Rep. Charles Rangel after 46 years, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Laura Diaz’s costumes appear across the world thanks to the salsa dancers who wear her creations, which are made in Melrose close to the birthplace of salsa, reports Mott Haven Herald.
Thousands gathered at the traditional 152nd Street Cultural Festival in the Bronx to dance to the Puerto Rican rhythms of bomba, plena, salsa and reggaetón, Impacto New York reports.
At the bilingual American Dream School in Mott Haven, students don’t just pick up debating skills, they learn how to “code switch,” reports Mott Haven Herald.
African fashion is featured in a Bronx Music Heritage Center exhibition, reports Mott Haven Herald.
El Diario/La Prensa explores the isolation experienced by immigrants in the city through the case of a Mexican immigrant whose body remained in the Office of Chief Medical Examiner for days without anybody claiming him.
Bronx Korean-American Peter Sohn, an animator who directed the recently released “The Good Dinosaur,” was honored in the borough recently, reports Korea Daily.
The owners of a Bronx restaurant publicly declare they are undocumented and intend to become a role model in the fight for the right to be entrepreneurs, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
A family of Mexican immigrant farmers is part of an innovative business initiative in The Bronx, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Large banks in the city have been slow to accept IDNYC as identification, even secondary identification, when holders of the new city ID try to open bank accounts.