Thursday, March 19, 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:

An extensive look at Bronx Museum's 'Intersections: Grand Concourse at 100' exhibition [New York Times]

Renowned architect Daniel Libeskind headlines Bronx Museum's symposium on Bronx architecture and refers to it as a borough that has an 'underdog view of itself' and 'deserves so much more.'
[ via Bronx News Network]

Outer borough museums (including Bronx Museum of the Arts) feeling the pinch during the budget crisis
[New York Times]

The nickname results are in, and they shall be called: The Fare Hike Four []

Bloomie saves the day at a press conference at Lehman College
[New York Times]

A little profile of Arthur Avenue [Newsday]

New workers being trained for opening day at Yankee Stadium (neither of the workers interviewed whose homes were revealed lived in the Bronx...) [Daily News]

Today is the last day for parents to run for Community and Citywide Education Councils! []

Yankees hosting a free preview day of the new stadium for Bronxites on April 2nd (probably the first and last time many local residents will be able to afford to get into the place)

A few Bronx girls sympathize with Chris Brown... scary stuff [New York Times]

Educational summit held at Lehman yesterday [NY1]

Expert from New York Botanical Garden gives some early spring gardening advice [New York Times]

Become the 'Face of Fordham Road' [Riverdale Press]


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