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The Good Humor Man
El hombre del buen humor

Vincent Morgan walked up to the coffin, crossed the hands on the corpse a few times until he was satisfied, and inspected the make-up. He was looking down at the body of Christopher McCormack, whom he did not know, and preparing for another busy afternoon...
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Support and innovation come to Creston

Apoyo e innovación en Creston

Apoyo e innovación en Creston

Bracing temperatures in the teens did not keep hundreds from coming together for a ceremony that proved to be ground-breaking in more ways than one. Guests gathered at 2388 Creston Avenue this past Fri., Jan. 25th to break ground at a site that will be the first supportive housing of its kind in New York City...
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“A tragic situation”
“Una situación trágica”

“No sabemos a que escuela van nuestros niños el próximo año – me siento indefenso”. Michal Johnson, padre de la escuela St. Jerome en el Bronx,..
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Starting up with a smack and whiz
Comenzando con un golpe y un silbido

Amy Marie Pinto and Victor Rivera presented a demo of their new Android app, Burger Smacker, to a large audience this past Wed., Jan. 16th. It’s a new game that Pinto described as “a food version of Ping Pong.” But instead of showing their app at an established venue like the New York Tech Meetup, Pinto, 15, and Rivera, 14, were at the first ever...
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Charting a new course
Marcando un nuevo rumbo

In guidebooks, online, on the subway. Anywhere you look, maps are a familiar sight as you navigate the terrain. Still, it's fair to imagine you’ve never seen maps like the ones at Contemporary Cartographies, a new exhibit at Lehman College opening on Tues., Feb. 5th...
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Matters of the Heart
Asuntos del Corazón

Se aproxima el Mes de la Salud Cardiovascular y deseo recordarles la importancia de prevenir las enfermedades cardiacas para vivir una vida más larga, feliz y saludable...
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Union Community Health Center recognizes academics

Union Community Health Center reconoce académicas

Union Community Health Center reconoce académicas

El pasado jueves 17 de enero, la pediatra del Union Community Health Center, Dra. Clark Adjo, MD, reconoció los logros académicos de pacientes pediátricos como parte del Reto Académico Unión... br>In-English

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Honoring a legacy, aiding scholars
Honrando el legado y ayudando a los becados

At a ceremony of the Julio Martínez Memorial Fund (JMMF) held at Casa Promesa this past Sat., Jan. 26th, nine local college students were each presented with $1,000 in scholarship money. The scholarships, which target students who have encountered hardships early in life, or overcome great...
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Celebrating History with Our Kids
Celebrando la historia con nuestros hijos

Ha preguntado a sus hijos qué lecciones de historia han aprendido últimamente? Si el currículo de su hijo se parece al mío, están ocupados con el tradicional perfil del Mes de la Historia Negra, en donde cada niño elige a un personaje afroamericano...
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Calling for immigration reform ahora
Llamando a la reforma migratoria ahora

Undocumented workers and students, immigrant families and children, community advocates, and elected officials came together this past Sun., Jan. 27th at the offices of the Hispanic Federation to call for humane and just immigration reform...
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Sunkofa: A fresh take on taste

Sunkofa, a local gift shop in the Claremont Village area of the Bronx, is known for its wide selection of cultural products. But this past Jan. 21, the storeowners welcomed customers to check out the store’s latest unique offering—a newly added café and juice bar...

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Calling a strike to claim victory
Llamando a una huelga para cantar victoria

It is cold. But the below-freezing weather has done nothing to diminish the resolve of bus drivers and matrons in Local 1181, of the Amalgamated ....
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