Gary Axelbank, former BronxTalk AM host on BRONXNET, will broadcast his unique brand of Bronx issues commentary on 1460AM/WVOX tomorrow night from 7 to 8 p.m. and stream it live at www.wvox.com. The show is scheduled to also air for the three following Wed. evenings.
According to a press release, tomorrow Axelbank will focus on "community self-determination" and he’ll "take calls about the Yankee Stadium project, the Kingsbridge Armory, jails in Hunts Point, the water filtration project, and other issues on listeners' minds.”
Maria Baez was one of two Council members in office since 2002 with the worst attendance record, showing up at only 66 percent of hearings and meetings, the New York Post reports. More recently, Baez missed all 24 Council sessions between May 16 and June 16, “the period when the $60 billion city budget was hashed out,” the Post stated.
In July the Norwood News reported that Baez had missed about half of the Council sessions from January to April 2008.
Efrain Gonzalez has a full docket of legal issues to contend with. In addition to trying to get his October trial postponed, he’s also trying to clear Neil Berger, who is accused of helping Gonzalez to allegedly siphon off $400,000 in public funds and divert it to 2 nonprofits he controls and spending it on housing, clothes, jewelry and personalized cigar labels. But Gonzalez’s lawyers say he’d take the fifth unless a federal judge gives the two separate trials. A Fordham University program teaches robotics to kids at MS 45.
A Fordham University program teaches robotics to kids at MS 45.
NY1 has an update on the Gateway Center and the ethnic food vendors it displaced.
And The Village Voice takes a look at the Bronx Museum’s Artists in the Marketplace Program.