Tag: Bronx

Sustainable Traditions: Immigrants in Today’s Food Culture

A Chef and a Frog Team Up to Teach Bronx Kids About Healthy Eating

A lifelong neighborhood resident with a mission to change her community’s food culture.

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First and Second Generation Filipinos and the Root of their Conflict

A personal essay about the tensions that flared between father and son in the Bronx after one family’s arrival from the Philippines.

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NY State Senator Gustavo Rivera Stakes Out Independent Role

The freshman lawmaker from the Bronx says he’s his own man, even when it comes to supporters who helped him defeat the embattled Pedro Espada, once the highest ranking Hispanic in New York State government.

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Closely Watched Espada/Rivera Race Draws Little Interest Where It Counts

It may be one of the most closely watched races in Tuesday’s New York Primary, but voters in the northwest Bronx seem largely uninterested in the contest between the powerful state Senator Pedro Espada Jr. and his challenger Gustavo Rivera.