Environment / News / Parks
Clad in insect wings and paper mache masks, over 400 revelers paraded through Hunts Point to Barretto Point Park in the neighborhood’s annual Fish Parade on Saturday, June 16, to celebrate on the peninsula’s waterfront for the ninth straight year. Artist collective TATS CRU served as grand marshals for this [...]
Once known as the “home for poor millionaires,” an elegant mansion on the Grand Concourse has burst to glittering life as the home of a new art exhibit featuring 32 artists whose work meditates on the Bronx’s past and future.
By Kimberly Devi Milner The Point CDC kicked off its second year in the national literacy initiative, The Big Read, on March 2nd, with Julia Alvarez discussing her acclaimed 2004 novel, “In the Time of the Butterflies,” via Skype.
“The Art of Lyrics” is back in the house. Although some would say it never really left.
Art / Parks
In Hunts Point where hunger is a serious concern, the late Glenn Wright’s choice of a mantra, “Don’t live life to the fullest—stay hungry” may sound odd at first. But if you knew Glenn, says his older brother Peter Wright, Jr., it makes sense.