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The Bronx is beautiful and truly a wonderful place with such rich history and culture that I’m proud to say that I love The Bronx. I want to share that world with you and love to read your comments on the issues of the day that challenge us as a community.

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Number of Workers Taking Subway to Work in South Bronx Has More Than Doubled, Outpacing NYC

You don’t have to tell anyone from The Bronx that the number of people taking the subways to work has dramatically increased in 20 years since the MTA began releasing station-level data. In a piece in the New York Post today talking about the future of New York depending on the subway, it is reported…

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WATCH: Travel Ad HILARIOUSLY Calls Orchard Beach “A Piece of The Florida Tropics…in NYC”

It’s Friday and we’re sure you need a good laugh right about now as many of us wrap up our work week. A video by Thrillist and Delta Airlines ridiculously compares Orchard Beach to the Florida tropics 😂 LOL! Now don’t get us wrong we absolutely love Orchard Beach but this ad to get folks…

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WATCH: Bronx Based Food Truck, Los Viajeros, Wins on TV’s Chopped!

Bronx-based chef Caitlyn Napolitano from the Los Viajeros food truck has won the champion title on Chopped this week according to News12 The Bronx. Los Viajeros food truck’s menu is inspired by the cuisines of Mexico, Dominican Republic, and Cuba and can be found in The Bronx every Wednesday from 11:30AM – 2:30PM in front…

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WATCH: NYS to Invest $18 Million in The Bronx For Gang Prevention After Junior’s Death

After the brutal killing of 15-year-old Lesandro Guzman-Feliz aka “Junior” by gang members in the Belmont section of The Bronx, New York State will be investing $18 million in youth programs and other preventative measures. Although the monies are a much welcome relief for our communities we cannot say enough that why did it take…

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Half of NYC’s Twelve Most Heat-Vulnerable Communities are in The Bronx

The New York City Environmental Justice Alliance has identified the twelve most heat vulnerable communities in the city and unsurprisingly twelve are located in The Bronx. Dozens of neighborhoods that make up Bronx community boards 1 through 6 like Hunts Point, Melrose, Mott Haven, Port Morris, Longwood, Fordham, Belmont, West Farms, and many more are…

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