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New York Pizza Festival Returns to The Bronx Next Month

Last year saw tens of thousands of pizza lovers descend upon New York City’s REAL Little Italy in the Belmont section of The Bronx for the first ever New York Pizza Festival which was billed as the first of its kind in the country. Attendees were able to taste some of the best pizza from…

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Top 10 Bronx Neighborhoods With Most Street Trees

The folks over at Localize.city sent Welcome2TheBronx their latest report, this time they’ve analyzed street tree density across all New York City neighborhoods in the five boroughs. Although The Bronx is the greenest borough with the most land dedicated to parks (nearly a full 25% of The Bronx is parkland), we didn’t make it to…

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Old Pictures of The Grand Concourse

Every now and again we get lost in the New York Public Library’s Digital Collections and we like to share some of our findings with our readers. Today we’re taking a stroll down the Grand Concourse, the beautiful and grand boulevard in The Bronx designed by French immigrant Louis Aloys Risse using Paris’ Champs Élysées.…

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