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Posada Nailed It About PED Users


BRONX, NEW YORK, MAY 13- Agree or disagree that Jorge Posada is using an opportunity to promote his book “The Journey Home: My Life In Pinstripes” regarding his stance on those who used PED’s to cheat when playing the game of baseball. Agree about this, Posada in Yankees pinstripes played the game clean and has the right to speak about how he may have been cheated out of an MVP award in 2003.


Firefighters get Sinking Feeling


Switching Deck Chairs on the Titanic?

Skelos Out - Flanagan in as New Republican Senate Leader

BRONX, NEW YORK, MAY 12- On January 22nd U.S. Attorney Pheet Bharara announced the arrest of New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver on Corruption Charges. 

Yanks Tickled Pink

Pineda Fans 16, Re

mains Undefeated in 2015 

BRONX, NEW YORK, MAY 11- Sunday’s starting pitcher for the Yankees, Michael Pineda, zeroed in on the strike zone throughout his outstanding pitching performance. The Dominican native fanned 16 batters, a career high in seven innings. It is only the seventh time since 1900 that a pitcher has struck out that many in as few as seven innings.



Yankees Dynamic Duo

Ellsbury, Gardner Score


BRONX, NEW YORK, MAY 9- For an organization to be successful, there is a need for each of its employees to recognize his/her role and be capable of fulfilling it. In baseball, the lead-off batter and the hitter who follows are called the table-setters. The players in those positions need to reach base often, advance as far as possible and be in a position to score if the hitters batting after them fulfill their roles as power hitters and runs batted in specialists. 


Batter Up for Bronx Native 

Columbus High Alum Waiting to Hit for the Mets

BRONX, NEW YORK, MAY 7- Johnny Monell got the call Monday in Albuquerque on an unscheduled off day for the Las Vegas 51’s, the New York Mets Triple-A affiliate of the Pacific Coast League. The off day was the result of a rare rain out in the southwest. The call was one he has been awaiting and iIt was was time to come home. 


Dreamers Protest Obama’s Visit to Bronx

BRONX, NEW YORK, MAY 6- Nearly 50 students of Herbert H. Lehman College gathered on school grounds to demonstrate against President Barack Obama's historic visit to the Bedford Park school.


'Sense of powerlessness’ fueled riots-Obama

Prez pushes for more opportunities for youth


FREE Bus Rides? 
Fare-minded Fool Hardy City Council wants to Decriminalizing Fare-Evasion


BRONX, NEW YORK, APRIL 30- Members of the little known 'Eagle Team' working undercover in plain clothes and searching for fare-beaters along the route of Fordham Road's BX-12 Express Bus, quickly cornered and disarmed their suspect of his knife and placed him under arrest as the City Council continues to negotiate with Mayor Bill de Blasio such minor arrests as fare-beating-- non-criminal offenses.



Healthcare Showdown 


Country Club Man Charged with Beating Neighbor to Death Over Parking Space


Nurses claim healthcare crisis in hospitals

 

 

BRONX, NEW YORK, APRIL 21- Dozens of nurses held demonstrations outside local hospitals and are now headed to get the attention of lawmakers in Albany-- charging that hospitals are dangerously understaffed and overcrowded.











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Westchester Square 

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On Saturday, June 20th from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. along the streets of Westchester Square between St. Raymond and Westchester Avenues, The Westchester Square Merchants Association, in partnership with the Bronx Council on the Arts and NYC Dept. of Parks & Recreation, invite you to join them for the 7th Annual “Fair @ The Square”.                                         

 

Sponsored by The Westchester Square Business Improvement District, this FREE event takes place every year to promote the diverse and thriving community of Westchester Square, one of the busiest areas in the Bronx, traveled through by over 80,000 commuters daily via a main MTA Hub.   

 

After a long and harsh Winter and unusually cold Spring, the merchants of the Westchester Square area as well as the community members are looking forward to welcoming in the Summer with arms wide open and of course with their dancing shoes on. This multi-cultural event, which attracts thousands of fair-goers throughout the day, will feature an all day concert series hosted by Dennis "Dion" Nardone of WVOX 1460AM Radio, former #1 Radio Host for New York's 106.7 Lite FM and 5-time Billboard Magazine Award winner, Valerie Smaldone, and Artie Rodriguez of the Diamante Show.  


Popular NY artists will take the stage to keep the celebration going. Be prepared to “get down” to some of your favorite Oldies by Just Nuts, New York’s premier party band, get up close with the King (famous Elvis impersonator), enjoy the sounds of Gene DiNapoli, seen on the American Heroes channel, Matt Violinist, Brenda K. Starr and many more with the best of today’s Latin and Hip Hop scenes. In addition, there will be youth and community performances at Owen Dolen Park featuring kid DJ Alden, singers and dancers from the local community, and a “little king” kid Elvis!

 

This year’s Fair will also feature the Bronx Council on the Arts’ artisans showcasing the works of local Bronx artists, an MTA Antique Bus, and a Kid’s Activity Area featuring face painting and arts and crafts by the Westchester-Zerega Improvement District. There will also be an FDNY Smoke House and Antique Fire Engine, a rock wall, and all sorts of games, exhibits and other fun activities for the families as well as a parade of merchants and vendors displaying their products, wares, and services.

 

This event is generously sponsored by Westchester BID, Westchester Square Merchants Assoc., Hutch Metro Center, Health First, Wellcare, Bronx Honda, Metro Optics, Healthplus Amerigroup, Apple Bank, Turner Construction, Empire City Casino, Councilmember James Vacca, Rite Check, Verizon Fios, MetroPlus, Wendys, Crescent Companies, BCA - Bronx Council of Arts, Montefiore Medical Center, Prestige Car Service, Sanitation Salvage, DJ Ambulette, Affinity Health Plan, Bronx Zoo, A & A Maintenance, Inca Kola, United Healthcare, Capital One, US Army, the NY Daily News, BronxNet, The Bronx Times Reporter, News 12 – The Bronx, Norwood News, MazanaFM.com, Bonavita Key Food.

 

Limited Sponsor/Vendor opportunities available. Contact Image Marketing, Inc. at 718.395.1932 / WSFair@ImageMarketingInc.com for more information.

 

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Bronx Concert Singers' 34th  

Annual Spring Concert

 

Join The Bronx Concert Singers (BCS) and music director Robert René Galván on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 4:30 p.m. for their 34th Annual Spring Concert: Romantic to Modern Masters - A Choral Collage at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1891 McGraw Avenue, in Parkchester.  


This collection of works by Beethoven, Schubert, modern era and contemporary classical composers will be performed by the BCS chorus, with keyboardist Tamara Cashour, professional soloists and chamber orchestra. For more information please call (917) 743-4641, visit www.bronxconcertsingers.org or email BCS_info@bronxconcertsingers.org. 

 

Romantic to Modern Masters: A Choral Collage represents a musical journey from the beginning of the Romantic period, the early 19th century, to the present. Maestro Galvan has chosen poignant, expressive works whose texts, colors and sonorities transcend the passage of time. Selected compositions include Beethoven's “Hallelujah!,” from The Mount of Olives, and “Elegiac Song;” Brahms’ sacred motet “Create in Me a Clean Heart” (Psalm 51), excerpts from Schubert's Mass No. 6 in E flat major, D950 and Fauré's sublime Pavane, Op.50.

 

In addition to works by the classical music greats, this program includes compositions by lesser-known modern and contemporary composers such as “Praise The Lord, O My Soul” (Psalm 103) from Four Canticles Op. 78 No. 4, by Amy Beach (Mrs. H.H.A Beach) the celebrated late 19th – early 20th century American composer and pianist, and “Set Me As A Seal,” a moving, sacred choral setting of Song of Soloman 8:6, by Grammy Award winning 21st century American composer and professor of music at Concordia College, René Clausen. 

 

Soloists for the performance are:  Malaika Alvaro and Melissa Raymond, soprano; Alexandra Fetner, mezzo soprano; Dale Smith, tenor and Dalton Taylor, bass.   

 

Tickets are available in advance and at the door from BCS:  General admission is $20 / two for $35, seniors and students with valid ID, $15 and children through high school, $5.  Tickets may also be charged through Brown Paper Tickets by phone at 1-800-838-3006, or online at  http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1409637 .

 

BCS’s 34th Annual Spring Concert is made possible with public funds from the Bronx Council on the Arts through the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program, and through the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs’ Greater New York Arts Development Fund Program, and the support of local businesses, organizations and individuals who appreciate the arts.

 

The Bronx Concert Singers is a nonprofit volunteer concert choir founded in the Parkchester section of the Bronx by people from all walks of life who love singing great choral music.  The chorus presents classical music concerts with either professional orchestra or chamber ensemble and has been a source of cultural enrichment in the community since 1981. BCS is the chorus-in-residence at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church.

 

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Wave Hill lights up the 

spring sky


Get drunk on Night Lights—evenings in the garden mesmerized by a rising full moon, twilight vistas westward across the Hudson to the Palisades, the companionship of other visitors quietly taking in sight and sound at the edge of the Aquatic Garden…It’s been a memorable month so far, for a memorable time in Wave Hill’s 50-year history. On the other hand, you might want to try an early morning bird walk this Saturday morning, for a chance to watch and listen as Mother Nature shrugs off a night of sleep. Or tune in to turtles on Sunday!


Friday, May 15- Night Lights at Wave Hill


Wave Hill’s 50th anniversary festivities reach a crescendo this spring with Night Lights at Wave Hill, a month-long celebration, when, for the first time in Wave Hill’s history, visitors will be invited to attend in the evening to enjoy the garden landscape at a time of day and during a season when it is normally closed to the public. 


Take in The Lightening: a Project for Wave Hill’s Aquatic Garden, an immersive installation by acclaimed artist by Chris Doyle, with music by composer Jeremy Turner, recorded by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus. Stop by Glyndor Gallery to see Chris Doyle: Landscape Fictions. Visit The Shop, The Café and the Marco Polo Stufano Conservatory, and enjoy informal piano performances in Wave Hill House. This evening’s pianist is Janice Friedman. Same-day tickets for Night Lights at Wave Hill: $25/$20 Wave Hill Member/$12 children. (Purchase tickets in advance and save $2.) Also open tonight is the Night Lights Lounge in Wave Hill House. Lounge + Night Lights ticket $60/$55 Wave Hill Member. All sales are final; no refunds or exchanges. Rain or shine. Tickets available now at wavehill.org and onsite. A Wave Hill at 50 anniversary event.


Saturday, May 16- Early Morning Bird Walk


Join naturalist Gabriel Willow on a special early morning walk to spot birds in the gardens and woodlands as well as the skies above Wave Hill. You’ll be amazed by the diversity of birds that are active on the grounds before the gates open to the public. Ages 10 and older welcome with an adult. Free with admission to the grounds. Registration recommended, online at www.wavehill.org, or at the Perkins Visitor Center.


Saturday, May 16- Tai Chi Chuan


Quiet like a mountain, moving like a river, Tai Chi is a sequence of gentle movements based on images found in nature. In this beginner-level class, Irving Yee, a member of the William CC Chen Tai Chi School, introduces students to the internal martial arts and promotes an awareness of its benefits. Sessions are held indoors, weather permitting.  


Session fee: $25/$15 Wave Hill Member. Advance registration online receives a $2 discount. Online registration closes at 8 a.m. on the day of the session. Cancellations must be made by 3 p.m. the Friday before; after that, refunds will not be made. Drop-ins will be accommodated as the limited space permits. Participants must present their Membership card or a printed program registration form at the front gate.

Saturday, May 16- Family Art Project: Shield Me with a Turtle Shell


Marvel at the beautiful protective shell of the turtle. Use fabric and leather scraps to design and decorate a stuffed, wearable turtle-shell backpack of your own. Then wearing our shells, we’ll gather outside, and, moving at a turtle’s pace, we’ll waltz in an oh-so-slow parade. Free, and admission to the grounds is free until noon. 


Saturday, May 16- Wave Hill History Walk


Discover the fascinating history of Wave Hill’s architecture and landscape on a walk with a Wave Hill Garden Guide. Hear about those who once called Wave Hill home, among them Mark Twain, Theodore Roosevelt, Bashford Dean and Arturo Toscanini. Free, and admission to the grounds is free until noon.


Saturday, May 16- Gallery Tour


Join a curatorial fellow for an exhibition tour designed to draw visitors into a lively discussion about the relationship between art and nature. 


In the main gallery, Chris Doyle: Landscape Fictions brings to life the Hudson River. An artist whose sense of craft verges on the obsessive, Doyle presents three animations from a decades-long practice animating the natural world that exists on the urban fringes. This exhibition accompanies The Lightening, a site-specific project installed in the Aquatic Garden that combines mirrored surfaces with backlit animations into an artwork that changes as the day turns into night. At the same time, in the Sunroom Project Space, Kiran Chandra explores the “swarm” as a social form through a sculptural and sonic interpretation of Eugene Marais’ The Soul of the White Ant. Tours take place Tuesdays and Saturdays at 2 p.m. Free with admission to the grounds.  


Sunday, May 17- Hatha Yoga


Reduce stress, increase your energy and bring strength and flexibility to mind, body and spirit with a yoga practice. Classes are led by Yoga for Bliss director Neem Dewji and other certified instructors. Ms. Dewji is certified in Hatha and Therapeutic Yoga from The Yoga for Health Foundation, England, and The Integral Yoga Institute, NYC. All levels welcome. Sessions are held outdoors, weather permitting. Session fee: $25/$15 Wave Hill Member. Advance registration online receives a $2 discount. Online registration closes at 8AM on the day of the session. Cancellations must be made by 3PM the Friday before; after that, refunds will not be made. Drop-ins will be accommodated as the limited space permits. Participants must present their Membership card or a printed program registration form at the front gate.


Sunday, May 17- Meditation


Let nature inspire you to find your center and reconnect with your true self using guided mindfulness and other meditation practices. Each session, led by Yoga for Bliss director Neem Dewji and other qualified instructors, includes instruction in simple techniques, followed by guided meditations. Sessions are held indoors. All levels welcome. Session fee, which includes admission to the grounds: $20/$10 Wave Hill Member. Advance registration online receives a $2 discount. Online registration closes at 8AM on the day of the session. Drop-ins will be accommodated as the limited space permits. Participants must present their Membership card or a printed program registration form at the front gate.



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BRONX, NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 26- Co­-op City shareholders, speaking out on ISIS and its threat to Western Civilization, reacted in a variety of ways when they were recently interviewed.

Some of those questioned called the ISIS terrorists “monsters,” while others focused on the need to reeducate young Muslims.




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