Every year, as soon as Halloween is over and the calendar changes from October 31st…
It’s that time of the year again when thousands of Bronx residents along with people…
Baron Ambrosia and Bronx Flavor presents a holiday special video, ‘Thankschriskwanzaakah’ so get ready to watch what happens, “When Awesome-Mart combines all the holiday’s in order to make more money, a terrible curse is unleashed on the Bronx.”
Baron cleverly mixes many of our wonderful cultures in one of the most diverse boroughs of New York City—The Bronx.
Join the Bronx Music Heritage Center for the first ever Parranda, the traditional fun-filled Puerto Rican way of celebrating the holidays in this inaugural event that will take on a different theme each year!
The event is scheduled for Monday, December 21st and kicks off at the Bronx Documentary Center at 4pm.
If you’ve never been to a parranda or know what it is, it’s basically Christmas caroling on steroids with traditional Puerto Rican instruments and the crowd grows as it goes from place to place, picking folks up along the way.
This morning Bronx AM Links brings you yummy delights off Jackson Avenue, 13 buildings sold for $90 million, a Bronx hero who saved a woman’s life, holiday fun in The Bronx, and why The Bronx isn’t The New Brooklyn.
Bailey Provetto, of the wonderful Tasty Ladies NY, constantly provides us with great reviews and eating options around The Bronx, Westchester, and beyond. Now she offers up some great suggestions for Valentine’s Day which is perfect for those who want to stay local in The Bronx and support our small businesses!
Watch this Bronxite (video below) getting down and funky with his harmonica as he plays ‘Bronx Christmas Country Blues’ in Van Cortlandt Park in Riverdale.
For those not looking to travel outside The Bronx for Halloween, Welcome2TheBronx has compiled a handy list of fun and free events in our own home borough for tomorrow. From FREE Holiday portraits at the Bronx Documentary Center to spooky readings of Edgar Allan Poe’s classics at Poe Cottage, to Baron Ambrosia hosting a special Safe Streets and Treats event, there’s something for folks of all ages!