East Bronx History Forum

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The East Bronx History Forum will open its 63rd meeting, hosting a talk by Kate Feighery on the Irish community in the Highbridge section of the Bronx. The program will be held at the Huntington Free Library and Reading Room at 9 Westchester Square, Bronx New York. The meeting is free and open to the public and all are welcome to come.Wedsday, September 21, from 7:30 -9:00 p.m.

EBHF meets on the 3rd Weds day of the month. Please check www.BronxNYC.com for additional information.

BRONX ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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The Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (BOEDC), the primary economic development arm in the Bronx, released a “request for expressions of interest” (RFEI) seeking written proposals for the development of a new hotel and conference center in the vicinity of Yankee Stadium.

UN - PLEASE DO YOUR JOB

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UN Diplomats should organize to collectively support a Global Social Good Way - Beginning Today or 11/11/11.

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Headlines 9/19/11

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EAST SIDE GRIDLOCK. Expect Manhattan Traffic Tie-ups.

TRILLION DEFICIT REDUCTION. Buffet Tax Proposal?

PALESTINIAN STATEHOOD? UN Diplomatic Difficulties.

HIGHEST PATH TOLLS. Commuters React Today.

NE INDIA QUAKE. At Least 50 Dead in Nepal.

Native American Festival

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NYC Department of Parks & Recreation, the Bronx Council on the Arts and the Friends of Pelham Bay Park present
A Celebration of the unique Native cultures of the Americas
Sunday, September 25, 2011 - 12 pm - 4 pm
Last stop on the IRT No. 6 train. Enter the park at Bruckner Boulevard and Wilkinson Avenue featuring

Master of Ceremonies Bobby Gonzalez (Taino)

The Silvercloud Singers (Inter-Tribal)

Tchin (Blackfoot/Narragansett)

irka mateo (Taino)

This Week in History

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This Week in History, Sep 18 - Sep 24

Sep 18, 1793
Capitol cornerstone is laid in 1793, George Washington lays the cornerstone to the United States Capitol.
Sep 19, 1957
Nevada has first-ever underground nuclear explosion in 1957, as US detonates a 1.7 kiloton nuclear bomb.
Sep 20, 1973
Battle of Sexes in a 1973 a tennis match, top player Billie Jean King, 29, beats Bobby Riggs, 55.
Sep 21, 1780
Benedict Arnold commits treason in 1780, while meeting with British to discuss handing over West Point.
Sep 22, 1862

EXPECT NYC GRIDLOCK

The heads of state will have their chiefs of staff with them, their security details, almost everything they need for a visit to The United Nations in New York City. So get ready New Yorkers, because dealing with such traffic and security issues will be standard all over The Big Apple this week, as world leaders descend on Manhattan for the U.N. General Assembly's annual ministerial meeting as well as all those events that surround it.

Headlines 9/18/11

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AL QAEDA IN LIBYA. US Fears Developing Oil Plots.

PALESTINIANS SEEK U.N STATEHOOD. US and Israel Meet.

OBAMA's MILLIONAIRE TAX. A Long-Term Deficit Reduction

CHAVES RETURNS TO CUBA. Claims His Cancer Has Gone Away.

NYC READIES FOR UN DIPLOMATS. Prepare For Global Sized Gridlock.

"Peace in our Streets"

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Today, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. brought his "Peace in our Streets" initiative to the James Monroe Houses in the Soundview section of the Bronx.

Borough President Diaz, along with Assembly Member Marcos Crespo, City Council Member Fernando Cabrera and dozens of volunteers went door to door in each building of the complex, handing out information on the NYPD's 866-GUN-STOP program.

The program offers cash rewards to individuals who anonymously report illegal gun activity.

Slipping Presidential Support

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President Obama’s support continues to erode nationally, according to the latest poll. This is in addition to those City Islander we contacted ranging from 95 to 59 years old. Also, a yearlong effort to recapture the political center has failed to attract independent voters

Nearly half of people polled say they feared the economy was heading for a double-dip recession, and nearly three-quarters of Americans think the country is on the wrong track.

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