Monday, April 6, 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:

This weekend's Bronx Anarchist Fair in Brook Park failed to attract much interest [Village Voice]

Melrose Commons green redevelopment subject of presentation at recent joint Women in Housing and Finance, US Green Building Council event
[New York Real Estate Scene by GreenPearl]

Documentary film, 'Bronx Princess,' examines the identity struggle that a first generation American with West African roots endures as she heads to college [Daily News]

At least Fordham has one team that doesn't suck... Their baseball team has the most victories in college baseball history [New York Times] (BD Note: Maybe FU hoops coach Dereck Whittenberg should attend a few of their games this season...)

Croton filtration plant partly responsible for crazy water bill increases [Daily News]

Carrion spent over $50,000 in campaign donations on his way out the door, and is now offering refunds to contributors [New York Post]

The MTA is tweeting... [New York Post]

PS/IS 218 part of pilot program using Nintendo Wii to promote physical fitness among students [New York Post]


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