Friday, March 13, 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:

Real Estate report from NYU's Furman Center shows some Bronx hoods were 'surprisingly resilient,' climbing as much as 60% [] but foreclosures were up 33% last month [New York Post]

Carrion says he's proud of his record as Bronx BP []

And here's more on the many Bronx projects Carrion approved for the architect who worked on his home [Daily News] and the watchdog group that's got their eye on him [Daily News]

No bidders on Lee Harvey Oswald's Bronx school transfer card from 1953 [Daily News]

Eric Schneiderman will not be running for District Attorney [New York Times]

Bronx Culture Trolley to roll on Saturdays... yahooooooo! [Bronx News Network]

Who's the blame for a costlier commute for NYC straphangers? Shame, shame, we know your name! [New York Times] via [Daily News' Daily Politics]

Nos Quedamos helped organize a rally outside of Ruben Diaz's office to protest his opposition of tolls for river crossings [New York Times]


No comments: