HOLIDAY TOY, COAT AND SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE
While flying home for the holidays might lead to joy, the trip itself will likely be anything but. After the long lines and hours of sitting...Read More »
They served warm plates – and a jam as well. The New York City Mission Society opened the doors of its Minisink Townhouse headquarters this past Tues., Nov. 17th to serve over 200 guests a full Thanksgiving meal sponsored by Whole Foods and Vita Coco.Read More »
Lift your voice. Join The Bronx Concert Singers (BCS) and Music Director Robert René Galván on Sun., Dec. 13th at 4:30 p.m. for the 34th Annual Holiday...Read More »
Ana Delgado didn’t eat solid foods for a whole month. Instead, she heeded the advice of a friend, who recommended specific weight loss products, that included powders and elixirs. “In a month, I consumed about $1,500 worth of powders,” recalled the Colombian immigrant...Read More »
Carlos Castillo was drawn to the light at an early age. He was 14 years old when he began to volunteer at his Beacon afterschool program. The programs are offered at school-based community centers that serve children, youths and adults...
The size of an orange. That’s how large scientists believe the brain of a newly discovered species of an ancient human relative was. This past September, researchers announced that bones uncovered in a South African cave...