Reality vs. Reputation: A Peoples’ Memoir of the Bronx
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Reality vs. Reputation: A Peoples’ Memoir of the Bronx

[By Marguerite Ward, CityLimits] It was early morning New Year’s Day in 1999, when Orlando Ferrand, a resident of Manhattan at the time, hopped on a subway train headed toward the Bronx. He was heavily intoxicated after a night of partying and had no reason to be headed there. When he woke up, he was … Continue reading

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60-Second Video: In Wake of Fatal Stabbing, Bronx Residents Rally to End Violence
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60-Second Video: In Wake of Fatal Stabbing, Bronx Residents Rally to End Violence

Pastor Jay Gooding Sr. of Miracle Revival Temple led an anti-violence rally in front of the home at 2164 Barnes Avenue where teenager Justin Fallu was killed early Sunday while trying to break up a fight. Members of Jacobi Hospital’s Stand Up to Violence, Bronx Parks East Community Association, Community Board 11 and others demonstrated. … Continue reading

Hope and Hesitation Around the Bronx on Pre-K Eve
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Hope and Hesitation Around the Bronx on Pre-K Eve

Parents and children lined up Wednesday outside the Theodore Roosevelt Educational Campus on Fordham Road to get last-minute help finding a UPK program. By Marguerite Ward, CityLimits At Theodore Roosevelt Education Campus on Fordham Road on Wednesday, families stood along the sidewalk waiting to enter the main registration site for all Bronx pre-Kindergarten students. Workers … Continue reading