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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Bronx News Roundup April 28

Did Councilman Larry Seabrook use his position to advance the career of his sister? That's the question The Times is asking. This isn't first time Seabrook (aka "The Fox") has been accused of looking out for himself rather than his constituents.

More on tonight's PBS documentary which charts the history of a one-time leftish community on Allerton Avenue near Bronx Park East. Bronx Bohemian also has a nice piece about this.

"City Island," a comedy about a dysfunctional family living on City Island, debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival last Sunday.

A Bronx doo-wop band has been making waves in the Middle East.

Because of the UFT, public school teachers are virtually unfireable, according to a Daily News editorial.

The family of Fermin Arzu, the Honduran immigrant who was shot dead in Longwood in May 2007, wants his killer - a police officer - to serve the max.

Bargains can be found at stores and restaurants in Allerton.

Ruben Diaz Jr. will take over the reins at Borough Hall this Friday, according to Bob Kappstatter. Also in Kappstatter's weekly column: the deep-pocketed Radame Perez won't run against Councilman Joel Rivera (15th District) after all.

The owner of Jake's Steakhouse in Riverdale has been found guilty of tax evasion. The NY Post says it best: guilty as "charred."


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