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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Bronx News Roundup, Nov. 10

As a bill comes before the state senate today to allow gay marriage, Senator Ruben Diaz, Sr., remains opposed to the issue, although as this NY Times's article points out, he has family and staffers who are gay.

Luxury condos in Riverdale could be a real bargain for buyers when they hit the auction block later this month.

From the Bronx to the top of the comedy world, the Daily News has a brief piece on a Morris Park native that recently won a nation-wide talent competition.

In an effort to improve safety on Pelham Parkway, the redesign of the thoroughfare will include the removal of around 90 trees.

With all the news surrounding the fire on Bainbridge Ave. last week, including our own article, the Daily News takes a look at how neighboring businesses are faring.

The Paradise Theater in Fordham will be hosting a food drive as part of its reopening.

As a symbol of rocky economic times, a restaurant on East 180th Street still sports a sign that advertises its roasted chicken when it actually hasn't been able to roast any poultry since its rotisserie machine broke over a year ago.


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