Archive | November, 2009

When The Bubble Burst

How a New York real estate deal went bad causing a housing crisis for hundreds of low-income families

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Posted in Bronx Neighborhoods, Housing2 Comments

Dr. Juice and His Holy Fruits

It took a love of juice bordering on obsession to open Holy Fruits, a new Bronx juice bar.

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Posted in Bronx Life, Bronx Neighborhoods, Food2 Comments

Tenants Complain of ‘House of Horrors’

A tenant fell through a collapsed stairway at 689 E. 187th St. in October, and the landlord scrambled to make repairs.

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MTA Pulls Ticket Agents from Subway Stations

When there’s no one in the ticket booth, passengers worry about safety. And the remaining station agents find they have extra work just to keep things running.

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Posted in Bronx Neighborhoods, Crime1 Comment

Gourmet Tacos in a Truck

A shining, silver oasis of food, Taqueria Guadalupe sits where Manor and Westchester Avenues meet.

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No Cookies, No Jobs

Employees of the Stella D’Oro cookie factory in Kingsbridge lost their jobs as the factory closed and the brand moved its operations to Ohio.

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Posted in Bronx Neighborhoods, Money2 Comments

A North Country Perspective on the 23rd District Race

If you want to understand what really happened in Watertown, take a look at the scalpers hawking Yankee tickets in the Bronx.

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Bloomberg Parties On

The contest was much closer than expected, but the mayor still had his celebration — and four more years

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