Thursday, March 26, 2009

Round'em Up

And, we're back...

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:

'Gang of Three' betray New York City [Daily News]

Baruch College journo student exposes BoogieDowner's inability to spell check and exceptionally bad taste in color schemes [Writing New York]

A construction update on the continuing redevelopment of The BankNote building in Hunts Point []

Siemens Management snaps up 3 office and retail properties along E. Tremont Avenue for $3M [CoStar Group]

Bronx Library Center, along with other libraries across NYC, seeing an uptick of people seeking resume and job seeking advice [New York Times]

Bronx rapper Nine (whose peeps thought perhaps he was dead or in jail) planning a return to hip-hop []

Well known South Bronx activist Victor Toro allowed to stay in country for at least another 5 months [NY1]

Stella D'oro strikers still fighting the good fight [The Indypendent]

Bronx high school students rally at City Hall to protest cigarette advertising in local bodegas [Daily News]

Principal of Riverdale school probed for holding 'hate-chants' against 8 teachers he disliked [New York Post]

Highly performing Bronx Preparatory School put on probation because some teachers aren't certified [New York Post] (BD Note: Ummmm, how about we invoke the ol' 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' theory on this one?)

Bronxnet's 'Bronx Flavor' up for an Emmy Award []

Councilman James Vacca's office calls for study to investigate the implementation of angled parking on local streets within CB 10 []

Local little leagues to lose fields to housing for the mentally impaired near the Bronx Psychiatric Center []

New York Botanical Garden's Museum Building, Fountain of Life, and Tulip Tree Allee designated landmarks [New York Times]



Doreen said...

Hah! I read the "critique" the Baruch student made about your spelling and found a spelling mistake in his/her blog (who's should have been whose - I'm a former English teacher and an all around lover of the written word, plus I'm horribly anal, so I notice these things)! You keep on doing what you do, kids; you are always infinitely readable!

(the newest tenant at 37 Bruckner Boulevard - thank you, ErLu - and lovin' it!)

Boogiedowner said...

Thanks for the kind words Doreen!!
~Erin (1/2 of ErLu)