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Sunday, December 10, 2006

The WBNN and the Mount Hope Monitor have been updated

The WBNN and Mount Hope Monitor have been updated with new stories.

"South Bronx Contempory" at Longwood Art Gallery, features four distinct exhibits, including one curated by current Longwood Art Project director, Edwin Ramoran, that showcases the work of 40 up-and-coming Bronx artists. Read more about it here on the West Bronx News Network. The gallery, at 450 Grand Concourse, is open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. "South Bronx Comtemporary" runs through March 10.

Also on the West Bronx News Network, read about how the city is cracking down on renegade landlords - many of whom own buildings in the West bronx - and how some continue to slip through the gap.

In 1856, Mount Hope was little more than a collection of farmhouses surrounded by pasture and forest. To read how it became one of the most heavily populated neighborhoods in the city, click here.


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