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Hip Hop: A brief history how it went from Bronx streets to global phenomenon

Hip hop, a vibrant cultural and artistic movement that began in the streets of New York City in The Bronx in the 1970s, has become one of the most influential and globally recognized genres of music today. Its roots are multifaceted, drawing from African, Caribbean, and Latino influences, and it has since grown to encompass…

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Bronx born and raised officer becomes first Latino NYPD Commissioner

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has made a groundbreaking announcement today, that Edward Caban has been appointed as the 46th commissioner of the New York Police Department (NYPD). This historic appointment marks a significant milestone as Caban becomes the first Latino to hold such a prominent position within the nation’s largest police force, which…

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Brand new affordable apartments now available as low as $410 a month in the South Bronx

A new housing lottery has opened for a brand new and truly affordable housing development in the Port Morris area of the South Bronx. Called The Willow, which is being developed by JCAL Development Group, the 112 unit building is located at 750 E 134th Street and Willow Avenue just steps away from the Randall’s…

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Live in luxury above America’s first Hip Hop museum starting at $465 a month right on the Bronx waterfront

One of the most highly-anticipated affordable housing developments in New York City is now accepting applications for 432 brand-new apartments. Located at 575 Exterior Street right along the Harlem River Waterfront, this is the first phase of Bronx Point that is nearing completion and includes 540 permanently affordable apartments of which 432 are available in…

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