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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
Clinton Lindsay helped chart the way

With a rapidly growing West Indian community, New York City was prime for go-getters from that region during the 1970s. One of them was Clinton Lindsay, a Jamaican who moved to The Bronx in January 1974.

Assembly speaker kicks off third annual state tour

The Bronx Democrat toured upstate New York and Long Island shortly after becoming speaker in 2015 as a way to connect with the different regions of the state. He did another tour last year, and said Thursday that the exposure helps him better understand the different opportunities and challenges facing each region.

Experience The Rich Arts, Music And Culture Of The South Bronx at...

Casita Maria Center For Arts & Education and Bronx Music Heritage Center are proud to present the South Bronx Culture Trail Festival 2018: Somos Unidos. This fun, family-friendly festival celebrates the rich cultural contributions of the communities that make the South Bronx their home.

12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend

Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead. JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE at the Music Hall of Williamsburg .

Don't mess with the test for the city's top high schools - fix the real problem

Forty-five years ago, the Legislature passed the Hecht-Calandra bill requiring admission to Brooklyn Tech, Stuyvesant and Bronx Science be based solely on an applicant's ranked score on a highly competitive academic exam called the Specialized High School Admissions Test. Today, five additional schools use the test and all eight of these exceptional, high-performing public schools rank among the top 11 high schools in New York state according to US News' 2018 rankings.

Books News: Coming Soon to the Bronx, a Long Overdue Book Festival

"This is where I bought most of my books," Saraciea J. Fennell said, pointing out to East Fordham Road in the Bronx from the Starbucks where we met in April. Among the check cashing locations, pawn shops and bodegas that lined the commercial thoroughfare when she was growing up, she said, were street vendors selling an assortment of books - from urban fiction to dictionaries.

Letitia James in strong position for Democratic Party nod for

New York City Public Advocate Letitia James' bid to become the state's attorney general is gaining increasing support from Democratic leaders as the party's annual convention approaches next week, according to interviews with several of the party's county chairs. On Wednesday, James officially launched her campaign at a press conference in Brooklyn, which included support from the leaders of several key labor unions.

Trump honors slain NYPD officer during DC memorial service

Donald Trump holds the hand of Adrianna Valoy as he speaks about her daughter, New York Police Detective Miosotis Familia, who was killed in the line of duty. One of New York's Finest was front and center at the National Peace Officers' Memorial Service today in Washington, D.C. President Trump paid tribute at the somber event to tragic NYPD officer Miosotis Familia, gunned down on the job last summer in The Bronx by a cop-hating madman.

Mother says her kids are held hostage at home by RATS

A mother living in New York City 's most-complained-about rat-infested building has spoken of how her children are held hostage by rodents. Abigail Cisneros said her kids play inside because rats are 'always by the garbage' at her apartment in The Bronx.

NYPD releases 160,000 documents on property seized during arrests

The NYPD has released 160,000 documents relating to property seized during arrests, settling a public records lawsuit that was filed nearly two years ago, advocates said Monday. The department was hit with a Freedom of Information Act suit in August 2016 alleging that officials were illegally withholding records on potentially "tens of millions" of dollars and property seized during arrests every year.

Lousy anti-rat campaign reminds New Yorkers not to feed rodents

Mayor de Blasio's latest attempt to curb the city's rat population involves telling New Yorkers what they already know - don't feed the rodents. The city has begun stationing an army of workers in 30 parks in Manhattan, Brooklyn and The Bronx to warn people that it "has experienced problems with rats" and make sure they know that "rats are a health hazard, especially to children and seniors," according to internal Parks Department e-mails and sources.

In New York High Schools, the Sound of Music Is Muted

When Carmen Laboy taught music at Christopher Columbus High School in the Bronx, beginning in 1985, there were three concert bands. The pep band blasted "MalagueA a" and Sousa marches on the sidelines at basketball games, and floated down Morris Park Avenue during the Columbus Day parade.

Audiences find opera offers relevant messages

Bronx Opera Company assistant conductor Eric Kramer leads the orchestra in rehearsal for the outfit's upcoming performance of Carl Maria von Weber's 'Der FreischA1 4tz' at Lehman College's Lovinger Theater. Opera singer Michael Nansel rehearses as Caspar in the Bronx Opera Company's production of the German opera 'Der FreischA1 4tz.'

Bronx teacher accused of performing oral sex on student sobs in court

PICTURED: Sheriff's deputy's teacher wife, 29, accused of performing oral sex on her 14-year-old student scowls and sobs in court A high school teacher from The Bronx who was arrested earlier this year for allegedly performing oral sex on her student was back in court on Thursday for an emotional hearing. Dori Myers wore a stern expression - and a belted navy-blue cocktail dress - as she marched into Judge Michael Obus' courtroom at New York Supreme Court for a status conference.

A guide to the hip hop heroes of '80s classic "Beat Street"

Like any great musical or silent film, if you take your eyes off "Beat Street," you won't know the whole the story. The groundbreaking 1984 classic is scheduled to screen Friday and Saturday at Athens Ciné as part of their ongoing "It's Bigger Than Hip Hop" film series.

Cardi B covers baby bump with vibrant floral coat in New York

Her pregnancy has been the talk of the town since she debuted her baby bump during her first appearance on Saturday Night Live in April. But Cardi B carefully concealed her pregnant belly as she headed out with friends in New York on Tuesday evening after an eventful MET Gala where her security detail was involved in a fight with a photographer.

Cardi B Responds To Met Gala Fight Reports: "I Don't Know ...

Cardi B has reportedly responded to the recent reports that members of her entourage allegedly jumped a fan after the Met Gala on Monday night . While Cardi was not physically involved in the altercation, the rapper addressed the situation on Twitter shortly after the incident occurred in order to explain why things may have escalated.

'Organized hoarder' plasters entire home with magazine clippings

Her 525-square-foot apartment in The Bronx, which she's rented for six years, is fully covered in posters, cutouts from magazines and even wrapping paper, according to a video tour on Apartment Therapy "I usually describe the decoration of my home as a 'visual assault,'a <" Mooney tells the publication. "I like a million colors coming at me as soon as I walk through the front door."

Letitia James is already gunning for attorney general

Public Advocate Letitia James wasted no time trying to elbow her way to the front of the pack seeking to replace Eric Schneiderman as state attorney general , The Post has learned. James ordered her aides to start working the phones to contact elected officials across the city first thing Tuesday, sources said.

Dynamq reigns at US Rumble

A malfunctioning laptop could not stop Dynamq Sound International's Kennedy Lorya from winning last Saturday night's US Rumble, held at The Garage in The Bronx, New York. "I've always wanted to represent Africa and the Midwest, and I saw US Rumble as the platform to get on the stage.

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