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New York City based Italian Cookbook Author Daniel Bellino-Zwicke 's gets a New Cover for His Popular Book Sunday Sauce / When Italian-Americans Cook ... The cover features Clemenza a fictitious caharacter in Francis Ford Coppola 's THE GODFATHER, along with son of The Corleone Crime Family's Boss "Don Vito Corleone" Michael Corleone ... Pete ... (more)
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The Best Food to Eat Around Yankee Stadium in the Bronx
Today is a momentous day in your life: it is Derek Jeter's final season as a baseball player - a Yankee lifer! - and you are attending the game.
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EL Doctorow to receive Library of Congress Prize
NEW YORK - Novelist E.L. Doctorow will be honored with the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Bronx Box Prefab Fills a Narrow Urban Lot with a Charming Waterfront Home
The Bronx Box is a charming waterfront home that adds up to much more than the sum of its prefab parts.
Bronx resident David Lewis wants to put an end to idling trucks outside of Palm Tree Marketplace
A Bronx man wants to put an end to trucks idling on his street and he's asking for the city's help to finally get something done.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Yankees' Hiroki Kuroda almost retired, misses Japan
Hiroki Kuroda pitched into the seventh inning to earn his first victory of the season in Monday's opener at Yankee Stadium.
The New York Observer
Ruben Diaz Jr. Says Charlie Rangel Was Supposed to Step Down
The Bronx Democratic Party and its most visible elected official, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., are done supporting veteran Harlem Congressman Charlie Rangel.
D'Morea Johnson Debuts Three Strong
Contact: Press Agent, 212-765-5800 LOS ANGELES, April 14, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- Gospel newcomer D'Morea Johnson has given us more than expected; dropping three Digital Singles: 'Joy To Have Your Love,' 'It's In There' and 'Safe With You' Available Now at your preferred digital retailer.
Medical News Today
Hard-hit streets should be the focus of the HIV battle
When it comes to HIV , geography can be destiny, argue authors of a new article in the American Journal of Public Health .
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The British villages and towns that share a name with world famous places
Ever fancied a trip to New York? Palestine? California? Maybe you want to enjoy the sights of Hollywood or soak up the grandeur of Egypt? It might be easier than you think - as all of them are right here in the UK.
The Real Deal
The Bronx Courthouse on East 161st Street in Melrose
Nearly 40 years after shutting its doors in the 1970s, the empty Bronx Courthouse on East 161st Street and Third Avenue in Melrose is ready to have a tenant again, be it a charter school or a community group, according to owner Henry Weinstein.
Welcome to New York, ENGLAND! The British villages and towns that...
Missing MH370 was thrown around like a fighter jet as if it were being flown to avoid radar detection, say investigators amid fears the plane's black box battery has died and may NEVER be found 'My son is dead, how can I relax?' Family of youngest victim of Boston bombings speak for the first time about moment attack ripped family apart and left ... (more)
Sat Apr 12, 2014
New York Post
Pineda had the same 'dirty' palm last week
Michael Pineda has a suspicious smudge on his hand during his start last week in Toronto, days before it became the center of controversy Thursday night in The Bronx.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
The Riverdale Press
Zingers and nuances overshadow Bronx in a
State Sen. Adriano Espaillat, Rev. Michael Walrond and Rep. Charles Rangel debate for the first time at Harlem's Abyssinian Baptist Church on April 10. Zingers, policy nuances and memories of Harlem's most celebrated representative dominated the first debate between Rep. Charles Rangel and his challengers state Sen. Adriano Espaillat and Rev.
New York Post
Advice for NYCa s criminal-justice newbies
Let me welcome the new kids on New York City's criminal-justice block - Philip Eure and Joseph Ponte, tapped by Mayor de Blasio as, respectively, the inspector general of the NYPD and the commissioner of Correction.
New York Post
Cops bust smugglers who hid cocaine in SpongeBob bedding
New York authorities have crushed a "sophisticated" drug ring that used SpongeBob bedding to conceal pounds of cocaine shipped through the US Postal Service from Puerto Rico to The Bronx, officials said.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
City kids learn life on the farm at Aggie Days
Lyam Grant, 8, tries his hand at milking a demonstration cow during Aggie Days in Calgary on Thursday.
New York Post
I was fired for refusing threesome: ex-gym teacher
Carisa Gaylardo, top right inset, a teacher at Riverdale Kingsbridge Academy, claims Sofia Memos, bottom right inset, propositioned her by text messages and in person to engage in inappropriate romantic activities.
HIV battle must focus on hard-hit streets, paper argues
A map of Philadelphia shows disparities in HIV incidence and mortality. Areas of high mortality correlate strongly with poverty and percent of minority population.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Michele Carlo to Perform Fish Out of Agua as Part of One Festival, 4/23 & 26
One of New York City's most esteemed and accomplished storytellers, Michele Carlo , will present an excerpt from her upcoming solo show, "Fish Out Of Agua" as part of the 9th Annual ONE Festival at the 4th Street Theater in Manhattan, on Wednesday, April 23 at 8pm and Saturday, April 26, at 2pm.