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The Bronx is Branding

The Bronx has an image problem. Local artists and entrepreneurs are building businesses and organizing events to make sure the world knows that it is, in fact, no longer burning.

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BID works to keep shoppers in Fordham amid mall opening

In the face of competition from the Mall at Bay Plaza that opened nearby in August, the business community on Fordham Road is working to keep their customer base.

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Art of Memory

A Hunts Point art group remembers their murdered friend with a new show that includes the work of young artists from the South Bronx and beyond.

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Bronx celebrates cinematic masterpieces at inaugural film festival

Yes the Bronx Film Festival hopes to showcase the borough’s renaissance and thriving possibility for Hollywood filming locations.

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Soundview’s booming juice bar market attracts customers, and some concerns

Juice bars are booming in Soundview even as some medical experts raise concerns about their hidden dangers for diabetics

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“Know your rights” mural unveiled in Mott Haven

The new “Know Your Rights” mural in Mott Haven was inspired by the community’s growing frustration with police violence.

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Bronx Muslim Leaders Aim to End “Destructive Talk”

In a borough where Islam is the fastest-growing religion, Muslims in the Bronx want a more nuanced view on their faith.

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From Weeds to a Healthy Harvest at Fordham

A student transformed abandoned land at Fordham University into an on-campus farm, offering fresh organic vegetables to both Fordham students and residents in the Bronx.

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