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New York City Marathon: South Bronx
Though traditionally a quieter part of New York City, those exiting the 3rd Avenue - 138 Street subway station were met with the sound of live jazz and cheering as loud as the bright green uniforms worn by volunteers passing out water and bananas to runners.
Bronx pow wow celebrates Native American culture
They danced traditional Native American dances, ate Native foods, listened to stories and admired the dreamcatchers that were sprinkled throughout the event.
The Pope in NYC
Poep Francis brings his message of love, hope and acceptance to the city. But he also brings inconvenience and controversy.
The traditions of Palo Mayombe
Its dark rituals, involving human and animal remains and even grave robbing, are practiced in extreme secrecy.
NYC gets a new Major League Soccer team
Loyal followers of NYCFC spilled about their fandom, mixed emotions about calling Yankee Stadium home, and New York’s newest rivalry.
NYC Marathon: At Mile 20, The Bronx
The Bronx is known for being one of the most tiring spots in the TCS New York City Marathon.
Visually impaired students walk and bake for a cause
Students of the New York State Institute for Special Education held a bake sale and walk to support breast cancer awareness.
NYC Marathon: Resilience in the Bronx
Security in New York was high today, with unprecedented precautionary measures.
Free hearing aids for those in need
People with hearing disabilities and low incomes received free hearing aids today as part of the “Help America Hear” program organized by the Foundation for Sight and Sound.
NYC Marathon: Runners Groove Into Hip-Hop Motherland
Widely recognized as the birthplace of the hip-hop subculture, the Bronx welcomed thousands of runners from all over the world and attracted even more cheering fans hoping to give marathoners a boost on the 26.2-mile-long journey.