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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Last Post of the Year ....

Thanks to all of you who have read this blog and commented throughout 2008. Our readership is growing slowly but steadily. Look for some significant changes on the blog in 2009. We're still planning and working out the details, but we see this blog as an entry point for all those interested in Bronx news and events and as a digital soapbox for Bronxites of all backgrounds to discuss important issues. Creating more interaction among readers on this site is a top priority for us.

Some of you have already heard about -- and contributed financially to -- our Campaign for a Bronx News Network, which seeks to link and strengthen nonprofit media in the Bronx. We'll post more about this here very soon, and when we do we are going to be asking you for your help because we definitely can't grow without your support -- financial and otherwise. We'll be telling you more soon, and we'll be looking for your advice and input as well.

Meanwhile, I'd like to thank Alex Kratz of the Norwood News and James Fergusson of the Mount Hope Monitor for all their hard work on the blog this year, as well as Highbridge Horizon editor Tony Richards and Bernard Stein at the Hunts Point Express for their contributions. I'd also like to thank interns at the Norwood News and Mount Hope Monitor who help make this blog what it is. And I especially want to recognize guest bloggers Gregory Lobo-Jost and Nick Napolitano who do what they do for nothing other than a love of the Bronx and its neighborhoods. They are no longer really "guests" but regular citizen contributors to this exciting work-in-progress.

We look forward to involving many more of you in 2009.

Have a happy, peaceful and safe New Year.

-Jordan Moss


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