Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Round'em Up

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

There's a bike shop in Wakefield...who knew? [Daily News]

Former Prez Bill Clinton received a warm welcome when he visited Co-op City last week to celebrate Black History Month [Huffington Post]

More on the City's decision to scrap plans to move a troubled charter school into Alfred E. Smith High School, which is being phased out [New York Times]

University Behavioral Associates, which is a subsidiary of Montefiore Medical Center, has received $5 million in federal stimulus funds to train nearly 1,400 home health aides [Daily News]

The Silver Fox has all this week's juicy Bronx political gossip [Daily News]

~ErLu

2 comments:

Jack said...

I've been to that bike shop several times for tubes and other accessories. Very nice place. Never had any repairs done there or bought a bike. I've been a loyal customer at County Cycles on McLean Avenue for purchases and repairs. The reason I may chose to go to Arrow over County (they are are very close to each other) is the chance to stop at the Sun Life vegan lunch counter two doors down (also mentioned in the article). It is the best Jamaican vegan food on White Plains Road since Everything Natural closed. Speaking as a Bronx vegetarian -- thank you to my Rastafarian neighbors -- without you the Bronx would be a much less vegetarian-friendly borough.

GC (God's Child) said...

I thought that bike shop had closed
I guess it was I who moved away
there used to be a lovely Schwinn women's supreme in the window I would salivate over when in High School