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Culture / Food

Powerful Bronx women honored

Maria Torres (front) and Tanya Fields (in red dress) were among five Bronx women honored

Female strength and resilience were palpable when some of the Bronx’s most accomplished women were recognized at an award ceremony at the Bronx Museum of the Arts on March 22.

Culture / Food

Boogie Down Grind looks to keep Bronx character at home

Boogie Down Grind looks to keep Bronx character at home

The locally-owned Boogie Down Grind on Hunts Point Ave. offers menu options ranging from oatmeal to the “Big Pun Panini” sandwich, all for prices on par with Dunkin’ Donuts. 

Food

Residents find Thanksgiving turkeys aplenty at Father Gigante Plaza

Residents wait to get a turkey for their Thanksgiving .

Hunts Point businesses joined Community Board 2 to ensure that residents in need wouldn’t go without a turkey on Thanksgiving Day.

Food

Urban Health Plan gets $50,000 in Health Bucks

Urban Health Plan gets $50,000 in Health Bucks

“You shouldn’t have to be wealthy to live a healthy lifestyle,” said Councilman Rafael Salamanca Jr., adding that the Health Bucks program is “a great way to improve low-income access to NYC farmers markets.”

Business / Food

Hunts Point food distribution market workers ratify new contract

The Hunts Point market on Edgewater Road.

A looming strike has been averted at the Hunts Point Produce Market, as workers voted today to ratify a new, three-year collective bargaining agreement.

Culture / Food

Coquitos contest conjures up a taste of Puerto Rico

The Bronx coquito qualifier at Bronx Music Heritage Center, taken by Debbie Quiñones  .

The creamy, rum and coconut-based drink is not only a signal that the holiday season is upon us, it is a ritual that each family has a secret recipe for.

Environment / Food

Sustainable food project grows on Bronx River

Family yoga teacher Alba Mota guides participants through stretching exercises as part of Foodway events.

The new Bronx River Foodway at Concrete Plant Park just wrapped up its inaugural season of planting and public programming, leaving behind more than 4,000 individual plants spanning over 50 species and a third of an acre of seeded meadow stretching along the Bronx River. Pollinators, native grasses, medicinal plants, […]

Food

Zaro’s to open Port Morris store

Bakers in Zaro's Port Morris

After 90 years in business, Zaro’s Bakery plans to open two new bakeries in the Bronx community.

Economy / Food

Big donation for Puerto Rico and Mexico

Volunteers collect bottled water to send to victims of the hurricane in Puerto Rico and the earthquake in Mexico.

The stretch of Aldus Street between Southern Boulevard and Hoe Avenue was filled with mountains of food, clothes and supplies on the last Saturday of September, as people from around the neighborhood convened in support for Puerto Rico and Mexico disaster relief.