Monday, February 2, 2009

Round'em Up

We're slowly clawing our way back to good health here in the BoogieDowner household...

Here are a bunch of Bronx-related stories that have been stewing since Friday that we've rounded up you, our lovely readers, while trolling the interweb with our horse and lasso this fine morning:

Green, Class A office space at Fordham Place []

Arker Companies brings stylish affordable housing to the Bronx [NY1]

Latest 'Cinema School' slated to open in the BoogieDown [Newsday] and [Gotham Schools]

Bronx comedian to host new show on BronxNet [YourNabe]

Today is the first day of the 'Intersections: Grand Concourse at 100' competition [Newsday]

Work at Croton Filtration Plant may be outsourced to private companies [Daily News]

Timing of large donation to Adolfo Carrion is questioned [Daily News]
A closer look at the closing of PS 90 [New York Times]

OSHA training course in the Bronx appears to be a sham [Daily News] and [MSNBC]

More on the economic woes of Riverdale Avenue [Daily News]

Laundry list of top non-profit execs paychecks [New York Post]

More on the steps Riverdale businesses are taking to improve biz corridor [Riverdale Ramblings]


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