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Friday, November 14, 2008

Bornx News Roundup for Nov. 14

"Who, us?" State Sen.-elect Pedro Espada and his unlikely compadre, State Sen. Ruben Diaz, say its Gov. Paterson who put them up to demanding a Hispanic leader to replace Malcolm Smith. Uh-huh.

Think there aren't any vegan restaurants in the Bronx? Think again.

Best Buy is opening a new store in Fordham Plaza, in the renovated Sears building tomorrow.

Lots of lists floating around today as to who Gov. Paterson would pick to replace Hillary Clinton should President-elect Obama tap her for a cabinet position. This longshot rundown has the only Bronxite, former B.P. Freddy Ferrer.

The giant social service agency RAIN which scored a controversial city contract to take over most of the borough's Meals on Wheels deliveries from rival organizations (Norwood News covered this in 2004) now has extended its reach to include Riverdale and Kingsbridge.


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