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On Day of Census Snapshot, 37 Percent of Bronx Has Responded

What did the Bronx look like on April 1? The answer could resonate for years.

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Food Distributors Struggle With Thanksgiving Meals

Hard times had some food distributors coming up short this Thanksgiving.

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Heather Mills Picks Up the Check for a Vegan Cafe in Hunts Point

Paul McCartney’s ex-wife hopes free food will encourage Hunts Point residents to skip meat.

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Theater with a Latin Twist Thrives in the South Bronx

What if Pinocchio were Mexican and immigrated to the U.S.?

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An Election, Or Something Like It

Voters didn’t turnout on election day. Neither did candidates during the campaign.

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Gourmet Tacos in a Truck

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

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Vanishing Post Offices

The US Postal Service slated seven post offices in the Bronx for closure; Crotona Park Station Post Office along with Botanical, Clason Point, Hillside, Melcourt, Oak Point, and Van Nest post offices.

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Hunts Point Celebrates the Folked and the BAAD

It´s hard to imagine that too many South Bronx neighborhoods are staging cultural events that look and sound like BlakTino, a series of performances that interweave the cultures of African-Americans, Latinos and gay New Yorkers.

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