One of the most iconic singers and recognizable voices of the late 20th century, Irene…
Tag: Famous Bronxites
One of American television’s most prolific talk show hosts, Regis Philbin, is dead at 88.…
One of the biggest names in comedy who helped define the genre in America with…
Watch Rita Moreno Take a Trip To The Bronx; New Bus Service to Speed up Travel Between The Bronx & Queens|Bronx AM Links
Watch Puerto Rican born, Bronx raised Rita Moreno talking about her legacy as she takes a walk through The Bronx with CBS News as she’s set to receive Kennedy Center Honors this Sunday, and a new express SBS bus service to speed up travel between The Bronx and Queens.
Bronx Immigrants Share Their Stories, Deer Crossing Signs, Mary Higgins Clark, & More|Bronx AM Links
This morning on Bronx AM Links, you’ll read about Bronx immigrants who recently shared their migration stories at the Bronx Documentary Center, the move to have deer crossing signs installed on Shore Road in Pelham Bay Park, and Bronx born and raised author and queen of suspense, Marry Higgins Clark, still has it. You’ll also find how a rise in African immigrants in our borough has led to an increase in demand for interpreters, and an Upper West Side veterinarian who spays and neuters Bronx dogs and cats for free.
On Monday, May 10th of this year, just a few months after being honored by the NYPD during women’s history month, a Bronx trailblazer passed away at the ripe old age of 96 years.
Gertrude Schimmell, who was the first NYPD female police chief, was born and raised in The Bronx and attended Morris High School before heading on to Hunter College.
Bronx Irish Americans: American Irish History in the Bronx
The Bronx being The Bronx, has always been home to many groups of people and that includes our Irish family here in The Bronx.
In Woodlawn, which is one of the largest Irish communities in New York City is also home to many who have settled straight from the old country back in Ireland.
Bronx women are breaking barriers left and right.
Last week we had the story of Lt. Col Merryl Tengesdal, a Bronx native, who became the first African-American female to ever pilot the U-2 and now this Sunday, Kim Lopez, a Bronx native of Puerto Rican descent, will be the first woman and Hispanic to be the chief starter for the 57th Daytona 500.
USA Today reminds us that on this day, Bronx born and bred Sonia Sotomayor was sworn in as the nation’s first Latina Supreme Court justice. Check out some of her quotes.
It’s the video everyone’s talking about and it’s no wonder. Broadway actress and impressionist, Christina…
As a contemporary fellow Bronxite of Jennifer Lopez, I grew up looking at her and…
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