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The Bronx is an ethnically diverse borough within New York City. It has been the subject of several songs by a variety of artists including Regina Spektor ("The Bronx"), Fat Joe ("Bronx Tale"), and Jennifer Lopez ("Jenny from the Block"). Notable people that have resided in the Bronx have included poet Edgar Allen Poe ("The Raven"), director Woody Allen (Annie Hall, Vicky Cristina Barcelona), and several musical talents such as Billy Joel, Carly Simon, Remy Ma and Kool Keith.

Population: 1332650
Local Newspapers: Bronx Community News Bronx News New York Times
Local Sports Teams: New York Giants (NFL) New York Islanders (NHL) New York Jets (NFL) New York Knicks (NBA) New York Liberty (WNBA) New York Mets (MLB) New York Rangers (NHL)
Local Colleges: State University of New York Maritime College Monroe College College of New Rochelle Mercy College Fordham University

Zip Codes associated with bronx, new york: 10451 10452 10453 10454 10455 10456 10457 10458 10459 10460 10461 10462 10463 10464 10465 10466 10467 10468 10469 10470 10471 10472 10473 10474 10475
Towns/Cities near bronx, new york : Mt Vernon Westchester Village Schuylerville Morrisania University Heights Washington Heights Yonkers Manhattan

The Bronx News
Jake LaMotta, the boxer who was immortalized in the movie 'Raging Bull,' has died at age 95

Jake LaMotta, the former middleweight champion whose life in and out of the ring was depicted in the film "Raging Bull," for which Robert De Niro won an Academy Award, has died, his fiancee said Wednesday. He was 95. The Bronx Bull, as he was known in his fighting days, compiled an 83-19-4 record with 30 knockouts, in a career that began in 1941 and ended in 1954.

Fred The Godson Goes Stupid In The Studio On "Intro/Let It Cook"

The Bronx's very own Fred the Godson kept his fans happy with the release of his Gordo mixtape back in August, and is keeping the ball in play with a debut album hitting streaming services in the very near future. Armed with his forever guillotine-like lines, Fred the Godson is back with a new video for the mixtape's intro and "Let It Cook."

270 Pounds of Drugs Seized in Record Fentanyl Bust, Officials Say

Police seized nearly 270 pounds of narcotics worth $30 million during separate busts in Queens and The Bronx, including a record haul of fentanyl, law enforcement officials said Monday. The first arrest on Aug. 1 led to the largest seizure of fentanyl in city history, with more than 140 pounds of the synthetic opioid recovered in a raid on a Kew Gardens apartment, federal prosecutors said.

How public schools are failing foster kids

It's been six years since Vanessa took in her brother's grandchildren, but it is only in the last couple of weeks, with their start at a new school - Immaculate Conception in Astoria - that she knows "everything will be all right." Thanks to a scholarship from the Children's Scholarship Fund, they are finally in a "quiet" and "loving" school.

PHOTOS: Meadows Festival Draws Thousands to Citi Field

"You can't beat that," @Bootsy_Collins says of all the NYC-bred rappers at Meadows Fest, while taking in @llcoolj 's set. From left to right: Jay Martinez, 34, Steve Taveras, 34, both of Queens, and Nelson Lopez, 30, of The Bronx, take in LL Cool J's set.

Playing For Change Foundation Hits The 10-Year Mark Making Positive Music Impact Around The Planet

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 16, 2017 : Playing For Change Foundation, the mission created to promote peace and international cooperation through music, celebrates the 7th Annual Playing For Change Day with events at scores of venues around the world on Saturday, September 23. Playing For Change Day will include participation by PFC and affiliated organizations in countries such as the U.S., Canada, France, Argentina, Bosnia, and Spain, pursuing mutual agendas with the #iplayforchange campaign, promoting music education, cross-cultural learning and conflict resolution.

"Floating food forest" docked in Bronx "food desert"

As 18-year-old Naseem Haamid rounded a busy Bronx street corner, the scenery changed from honking horns, screeching tires and rumbling train tracks to clean, green space on a quiet waterfront. There, a 130-foot-long repurposed barge called Swale was docked at the edge of the waterfront.

Black Tap's Burgers and Milkshakes Coming To The Hudson River Waterfront

HELL'S KITCHEN - Popular burger-and-milkshake joint Black Tap has been picked to take over a waterfront cafe space on the West Side. The eatery known for its giant, Instagrammable milkshakes is set to open its newest outpost on Pier 84, at West 44th Street, in the spring, Hudson River Park Trust president and CEO Madelyn Wils told Community Board 4 's Waterfront, Parks and the Environment Committee Thursday evening.

Here's how the NYC multifamily market fared in July

New York City's multifamily market didn't fare quite as well in July as it did in June, but it remained markedly stronger than it was at the beginning of 2017, with Manhattan in particular having its best month of the year. There were 39 multifamily transactions across 69 buildings throughout July for a total of just over $630 million, according to a new report from Ariel Property Advisors .

Pianist Eddie Palmieri, now 80, has the keys to longevity

At age 80, Eddie Palmieri hasn't lost his spark - and he's more than happy to prove it onstage. The Bronx-bred bandleader and pianist will get another chance to dazzle an audience - and play many of his classics - when he opens the 2017-2018 season of the Bronx's Lehman Center for the Arts with his Salsa Orchestra.

Old scaffolds never die, they just rust in place

The issue of keeping scaffolding and sidewalk sheds up for long periods of time is not just an aesthetic one. That's exactly what happened April 27 when a tenant at 210 W. 251st St., who was trying to move out, accidentally backed his moving truck into a sidewalk shed in front of the building.

Migos' 'Culture 2' Is Coming And Could Feature Cardi B

Cardi B isn't just the girlfriend of Migos' Offset. The Bronx native may even be the trap trio's secret weapon on their upcoming project.

NYPD releases bodycam footage of cops fatally shooting man

Red Cross hits out at 'dangerous rumors and misinformation' after woman in viral video claims they are throwing away Hurricane Harvey donations in Houston 'This isn't gonna end well': NYPD releases bodycam footage showing police officers fatally shooting college student armed with toy gun and knife The New York Police Department on Thursday released bodycam footage of a chaotic scene in which officers shot and killed a man brandishing a knife and a fake gun, the first fatal police encounter captured on the devices since officers started wearing them this year. The video shows the slaying a week ago of 31-year-old Miguel Richards, a college student studying information technology.

J'can killed in 'confrontation' with New York cops

A Jamaican man living in the US was fatally shot by police officers in his apartment in Bronx last week Wednesday. Foreign media reported that the officers were conducting a wellness check requested by his landlord, who was concerned after not seeing 31-year-old Miguel Richards for a while.

Ralph Friedman, New York's Toughest Cop, Is Now a TV Star

There are almost as many reality cop shows on television as there are Real Housewives. "Cops" is the granddaddy of them all, in its 30th season, plus there's "Night Watch" and "Live PD," to name just a few.

Photo Coverage: Melissa Manchester Brings the Fellas To Broadway at Birdland

Birdland, the venue that has presented so many music luminaries in it's long history had the Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Melissa Manchester on it's stage last night. Melissa, one of the true giants of the music world made her Birdland debut and celebrated the release of her 21st album, "The Fellas."

Jamaican man shot, killed in New York

There is controversy surrounding the shooting death of a Jamaican man by police in the state of New York, in the United States on Wednesday. The New York Police Department reports that 31-year-old Miguel Richards was shot several times inside his apartment in the Eastchester section of The Bronx after he disobeyed several orders to drop a fake gun and a knife he was holding.

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