Public and charter school administrators came together with education advocates for a panel discussion at Hostos Community College, to exchange views about ways of easing tensions over scarce resources.
The themes of self-empowerment, racism and family were the threads that ran through many of the poems in the semi-final round of the 18Annual Grand Slam Poetry Contest held at The Point last month. Urban Word NYC, a citywide literary arts organization for students, hosts the event every year at […]
The Bronx Documentary Center has opened a photography library to celebrate the legacy of the late Tim Hetherington, a British photographer and award-winning filmmaker who was tragically killed covering the front lines of the war in Libya at the age of 40.
Just one year after adding a sailing program to its roster, Rocking the Boat has been recognized by the America’s Cup sailing organization.
Students from P.S. 48’s English Language Learners program will be conducting research in Joseph Rodman Drake Park in Hunts Point. Drake, the 19th century poet, is buried there, along with his family members. Archeologists believe a slave burial ground was located just south of the cemetery, a history that was unearthed by students from the school three years ago.
Less than 60 percent of households have a broadband connection in community districts 1 and 2 in the Bronx. But other than the Hunts Point Library and Wi-Fi at The Point, there are no spots indoors for residents to connect to the Internet, and even outdoors in parks and subways, options are limited.