Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Round'em Up

Here are some Bronx-related stories we've rounded up you, our lovely readers, while trolling the interweb with our horse and lasso this fine morning:

Bronx News Network asks the question, "Why now?" regarding Carrion Beep performance stories, and gets the Village Voice's attention [Village Voice]

Carnegie Hall concert series comes to the BoogieDown [Bronx News Network]

New York State budget cuts could hit the Environmental Protection Fund, which is a source of funding for Bronx River projects [Gotham Gazette]

Bronx BP special election April 21st [Daily News] and Liz Benjamin reports on the fast-moving race which has already begun [Daily News]

An examination of the architectural elements of the water treatment plant [archpaper.com via fastcompany.com]

Recently restructured Bronx schools end up on the dreaded 'Schools Under Registration Review' list [New York Times]

Steps must be taken to prevent reversal of progress of quality of life for Bronx youth as budget cuts loom [Daily News]

Profile of a newly freed Bronx man who was wrongly convicted and imprisoned for 11 years [Daily News]


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