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  • Puerto Rican-American troupe from New York's South Bronx.
  • We feature contemporary, American cuisine including pastas, meats and seafood.
  • Users must register in order to post messages to the Bronx Board. Other features, including photo galleries, school alumni databases, polls and surveys about Bronx related topics, do not require registration.
  • 3309 Bainbridge Avenue
    Bronx, New York 10467
    (718) 881-8900
    Library is open Monday - Friday by appointment only.
  • 3309 Bainbridge Avenue
    Bronx, NY&nbsp 10467
    (718) 881-8900
    Hours:&nbsp Monday - Friday,&nbsp 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., by appointment only
  • Founded in 1997, the Bronx Defenders is staffed by more than thirty criminal defense lawyers. Their staff of attorneys, social workers, investigators, administrative support, and community developers is committed to working with their clients, their clients' families, and their communities to address the problems that drive many into the criminal justice system
  • The creators of the Bronx Mall and Bronx Sidewalks Websites feature such Bronx cultural institutions as the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Wave Hill, the Bronx Arts Ensemble, and the Bronx Opera Company in their Cultural Mosaic Web page. Check out Bronx Mall's Calendar of Events for upcoming programs as well.
  • Founded in 1971 to serve the diverse community of the Bronx and the metropolitan area. The Museum offers exciting exhibitions, provides quality education programs to children and adults, and presents popular public programs.
  • The Bronx Opera Company was founded in 1967. All its productions are sung in English and are performed at Lehman College's Lovinger Theatre. Bronx Opera's modest ticket prices allow its high quality professional productions to be accessible to all.
  • Bronx YMCA
  • Provides general zoo information, directions by both car and public transit, upcoming zoo events, a zoo map and animal information sites. There are also links to other Wildlife Conservation Society parks and centers around the city.
  • Provides links detailing this national historic landmark's botanical collections (such as the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory's reopening), its educational programs, scientific research, and upcoming events.
  • This website from the NYC Department of Transportation, which is responsible for much of the city's transportation infrastructure, has information about mass transit, motorists, bicycles and pedestrians, as well as the most updated information on travel advisories and traffic regulations.
  • The New York Public Library's literacy program, the Centers for Reading and Writing (CRW), offers free tutoring in reading and writing to English-speaking adults, 16 years of age and older, through small group instruction. Centers located in Manhattan including the Harlem, St. Agnes and Seward Park Branches. Please call to verify program times and service hours.

  • Free classes in English for speakers of other languages are offered at branches of The New York Public Library in association with the Riverside Language Program, Inc. Classes in Manhattan are held three times a year (Fall, Winter, and Spring) and are for beginner and intermediate levels only.

  • Includes the Yankees' regular season schedule (under Game Day). The Seating Map/Stadium Viewer (under Ticket Central) allows you to preview an approximate photo vista from yourchosen section.
  • The history and other interesting information about the NYC subway system.
  • A variety of Seafood and more.
  • Focus on those who grew up in the Pelham Parkway neighborhood from 1930 to 1960. Some portions of the site, including a message board and a chat room, require registration. Other features, including links to photo albums of the Pelham Parkway neighborhood, class pictures, and area high school Websites, do not require registration.
  • The Point CDC Theater is a lively 100-seat, Black Box performance venue. This versatile 352 square foot performance space can be adapted to meet the needs of many types of performing and visual arts events.
  • THE POINT is an emergent non-profit organization dedicated to youth development and the cultural andeconomic revitalization of the Hunts Point section of the South Bronx.

  • Comprehensive list of politicians who were born, lived, or died in Bronx County. Also arranged by cemetary or memorial site.
  • The Riverdale Garden welcomes you with a comfortable fine dining experience in the tree-lined Riverdale neighborhood of the Bronx, New York.
  • Covers the community of Riverdale. Website includes a one-year archive of previous issues.
  • Travel advisories provided by the MTA.
  • Not-for-profit community-grown human services agency providing a variety of social services in the South Bronx community and on a city-wide basis.
  • Founded in 1983, UNHP works to create, preserve, and finance affordable housing through community lending, neighborhood organizing around issues that impact affordable housing, and by providing technical assistance to tenant and not-for-profit housing groups.
  • Van Cortlandt House located in Van Cortlandt Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and its interior and exterior are designated New York City Landmarks.
  • Vital Records application forms from the Official New York City Website.
  • Developed and maintained by the Board of Elections in the City of New York, this site explains how to register to vote, gives upcoming election dates, locates polling places, and provides candidate lists and other information about New York City elections.
  • Download a voter registration form (in English).
  • Provides visitor information and a description of the gardens.
  • A number of these lines have stops in the Bronx. You must know the route number to check stops and times.
  • Many areas of the Bronx were once part of Westchester County. This site provides a list of towns annexed by New York City and a list of record-keeping organizations in the Bronx and Manhattan. The Westchester County Archives site also provides links to additional genealogical resources.
  • Founded in 1947, WFUV, Fordham University's radio station, offers a variety of news, sports, and public affairs programming, and hourlynewscasts from National Public Radio. Website features include a local concert calendar, the WFUV program schedule, and a link to NPR's headline stories.
  • This program looks to help low-income women, men, and children through the use of education, social services, job training.

  • (Bronx Zoo Library)
    185th Street &amp Southern Boulevard
    Bronx, NY&nbsp 10460
    (718) 220-6874
    Hours:&nbsp Monday - Friday,&nbsp 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., by appointment only
  • A restaurant with live jazz and trio music.
  • A schedule of upcoming competitive examinations offered by the city of New York.
  • A list of job announcements offered by the state of New York.
  • Provided by the Bronx Mall Website.