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Brand New Apartments in Longwood As Low As $471/mo for 1 Bedroom

126 brand new affordable housing apartments are now available in Longwood via New York City’s housing lottery program. Located at 975 Tiffany, just one block from the Simpson Station on the 2 and 5 line, the apartments are available to households making 30, 40, 50, 60, and 100% of the Area Median Income (AMI). Apartments…

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WATCH: Blue Lives Matter Rally in The Bronx Displays Their Hatred and Bigotry

On June 30th, Bronx NYPD sympathizers gathered for a ‘Blue Lives Matter’ rally in support of the local police officers who they felt have been unjustly vilified by Black Lives Matter protests across the country. While they were having their little NYPD lovefest in Morris Park’s Loreto Playground, a counter protest chanting Black Lives Matter…

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These Bronx Public Swimming Pools Will Open by August 1st

As New York City continues to slowly re-open as best and as safely as possible after cases of COVID-19 continue to plummet, all eyes have turned towards outdoor recreation. Mayor Bill de Blasio stated yesterday that 15 public swimming pools across the city, including 3 here in The Bronx, will open by next month. On…

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Now Renting: The South Bronx’s First Luxury High Rise Gentrification Towers

Located on E 135th Street directly across from the Major Deegan Expressway (like right on top of the highway) is the South Bronx’s first luxury high rise development: The Arches. The two 25-story towers, which can be seen from all along 135th Street in Manhattan and down the Grand Concourse in The Bronx, will contain…

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Bronx Actor and Comedy Legend, Carl Reiner, Dead at 98

One of the biggest names in comedy who helped define the genre in America with shows like The Dick Van Dyke Show, Carl Reiner, is dead at 98. Born on March 20, 1922 to Jewish immigrants from Austria and Romania, Reiner grew up in the Crotona neighborhood of The Bronx. He attended nearby PS 57…

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