Environment / Transportation
Ramps between the expressway and the markets would help reduce traffic on local streets, according to the city’s final report.
Housing / News
Stabilis specializes in acquiring run-down properties, and housing advocates say it milks buildings for profit without regard to their tenants.
Residents of Stebbins-Hewitt Houses in Longwood have one more reason to celebrate this holiday season. Tenants in the 119-apartment complex on Rev. James A. Polite Avenue are making plans for ways to put their new courtyard to best use. A big Christmas bash tops the agenda.
On a Monday morning in November, a group of administrative assistants, customer service professionals, medical assistants, and case managers all gathered at an inconspicuous storefront on Hunts Point Avenue with a common goal: To find more fulfilling work. The cross section of workers and unemployed gathered at Project H.O.P.E. , a [...]
Artist Sharon De La Cruz brings a slice of civil rights history to the peninsula.
Deciding on a pilot project to mitigate gas spills from decades past near the Hunts Point waterfront top the agenda.
Art / Parks
A Nov. 2 exhibition at the House of Spoof’s new space centered around El Dia de los Muertos.
Business / Culture
The Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance will dance no more at Hunts Point’s historic BankNote Building, after the investment company that bought the building five years ago bids them an unceremonious ‘adieu.’
The word “ghetto” touches off a heated debate about a new mural in Melrose.