6 hrs ago
Off-Duty NYPD Officer Accused Of Punching Man In The Bronx
An NYPD officer was arrested this past weekend, on allegations that he punched a man during a pickup football game in the Bronx.
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9 hrs ago
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Rent grows at faster rate than income upstate
Housing costs for renters and homeowners in New York soared compared to incomes over a 12-year period, a report Monday said.
12 hrs ago
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20 hrs ago
A Perfect Storefront: Golden Pizza
Haven't done one of these in a while. But this pizzeria, encountered by accident during a trip to The Bronx, seemed to fit the bill, what with the corner space, the hand-painted signage on both sides of the storefront, and the upper signs with the illustration of the pizza man flipping dough.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Konrad Adderley, Danny Rivera to perform 'MonkTango' at Pregones Theatre this Saturday
The Bronx's own Konrad Adderley will join forces with Puerto Rican artist Danny Rivera for a special concert this weekend.
The Jersey Journal
More dough for your dollar: Study breaks down pizza prices in Philly, New York
When you're in the mood for a slice of pizza, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn't the price of a whole plain pie - it's where to get the best one.
Measles Outbreak Hits Northern Manhattan and Bronx
A measles outbreak in Northern Manhattan and The Bronx has infected at least nine children and seven adults, the Health Department said Friday.
On the Auction Block - Cars from the Malcolm Pray Collection
A number of rare automobiles from the Malcolm Pray car collection will be on the auction block at this weekend's Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Astorino launches NY campaign tour for governor
A top Republican county official from New York City's northern suburbs has launched his campaign for governor by appealing for votes in the Bronx.
Locally Shot Film Makes Queens Debut 20 Years After Filmmaker Died
A movie written more than two decades ago by a Sundance Film Festival-honored artist who has since died was recently completed by a Jackson Heights filmmaker and will make its Queens debut Friday as part of the Queens World Film Festival .
Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
'On the Town' revival to open on Broadway in October; 'King Kong' delayed
The Bronx is up, the Battery's down, and this fall, On the Town - the musical comedy that is considered a "love letter" to New York - will be returning to Broadway in a brand-new production, just in time to coincide with the show's 70th anniversary.
Bronx Charter School for Better Learning applying to SUNY for expansion
A charter school in Baychester is working to build a second campus, and says it will do it with or without the mayor's help.
New York Post
a Black Hitlera allegedly tortured & held nanny hostage
Sherman Gamble is seen at his arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court, Thursday, March 6, 2013, on kidnapping and torture charges.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Chain Store Age
Sprouts Farmers Market, Athleta among brands in expansion mode
Phoenix-based Sprouts Farmers Markets Inc. is expanding. The natural-foods supermarket chain expects to open 22 to 24 stores in fiscal 2014, including five locations in the Atlanta area.
New York politician Jose Rivera seen ogling women in embarrassing footage
'Strong enough to get laid with all the those young ones': Embarrassing footage emerges of New York politician ogling young women while on holiday Bronx Assemblyman Jose Rivera ogled young women and asked one for her body measurements during 2005 Dominican Republic trip A New York City politician filmed himself and a colleague leering at young ... (more)
Cinderblocked windows at abandoned train station are ugly
"When I pass by the missing faux window of the abandoned Union Hall station on the LIRR, I think of the South Bronx in the 1980s, when fake windows were installed on abandoned apartments so that passing motorists would get a better impression of The Bronx.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
New push for smartphone makers to add kill switches to thwart thieves
Lawmakers are proposing adding "kill switches" to smartphones to help curb the rising number of smartphone thefts in New York City.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
New York Post
Misreading Putin - and history
One hundred years after a spark in Central Europe ignited a conflagration from which the world has not yet recovered and from which Europe will never recover, armed forces have crossed an international border in Central Europe, eliciting this analysis from Secretary of State John Kerry: "It's a 19th century act in the 21st century.
Crain's New York Business
Pre-K plan sets off citywide land grab
A prekindergarten land rush is sweeping the city, touched off largely by Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to educate 53,000 New York four-year-olds as soon as September, and the need to find space for all of them.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
New York Post
Hotel hermit got $17M to make waya
In 2004, developers Will and Arthur Zeckendorf bought the famed Mayflower Hotel and several adjacent lots on the Upper West Side for just over $400 million, with the goal of creating the city's most exclusive residential building - 15 Central Park West.