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New, Earlier Ferry Departure at Soundview Now Available

Bronx residents asked for it and now they have it: A ferry that arrives at Wall Street before 7AM. After a successful first year in service which exceeded expectation by 63%, NYC…

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WATCH: ‘The Bronx, USA’ Documentary is Coming to HBO

‘The Bronx, USA‘ is an HBO documentary on our beloved borough that follows Bronx-born and raised producer George Shapiro as he comes back home and reconnects with The Bronx. This little trailer that HBO just released seems to be pretty interesting and a bit heart-warming look at our amazing borough which we love. The Bronx…

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Now That Cars are Banned on Manhattan’s 14th Street, Will Fordham Road in The Bronx Be Next?

It’s been almost two weeks since the 14th Street car ban went into effect and despite the fear mongering that it would be a disaster, it is being hailed as a success without the resulting traffic nightmares along the side streets that naysayers predicted would happen. If it worked in Manhattan, one of the most…

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Most Expensive Apartment in The Bronx is for Sale for $4.6 Million

Yup, you read that right: $4,675,000 is the price tag for the most expensive apartment currently on the market in The Bronx. And of course, it’s in Riverdale. Located at the 640 West 237th Street, #20A, the penthouse unit has spectacular views of The Bronx, the Hudson River, the Palisades, and lush Van Cortlandt Park,…

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Bronx Logs Most Heat and Hot Water Complaints of Any Borough

As temperatures begin to drop, residents of 1425 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in The Bronx say they’re not looking forward to winter. They’re dreading the specter of cold showers and heat that shuts off on the most frigid days. Peter Henry, a 57-year-old tenant of the Highbridge building, has to call 311 “all…

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NYC’s Newest Monument is a Tribute to Puerto Rican Humanitarian and Baseball Legend Roberto Clemente in The Bronx

Late Sunday night, the long-awaited monument to the late Puerto Rican humanitarian and baseball player, Roberto Clemente, was installed at Roberto Clemente Plaza at The Hub in the South Bronx. The monument, called Para Roberto, was designed by Bronx born and raised artist Melissa Calderón who said that it was, “…dedicated to Clemente’s ‘would have…

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