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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Bronx News Roundup, Nov. 5

Yankees fans react to the World Series win.

Students at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism have started a Web site dedicated to Bronx news. The Bronx Ink debuted last month. Current stories include a look at Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo's cozy relationship with property developers.

Police have arrested dozens of suspected drug dealers at two housing projects in the Yankee Stadium area.

The star of "Precious," a critically acclaimed new movie about a 16-year-old Harlem girl struggling with obesity and much more, auditioned for the role on a whim, while studying at Lehman College.

The Bronx Council on the Arts is eyeing a new home.

A Bronx man who said he was injured in the 2003 Staten Island ferry crash, and who subsequently sued the city for $1.3 million, wasn't even on the boat, a judge has ruled.

Neighbors of Drana Nikac, the 67-year-old woman killed by a drunk-driving cop on Oct. 30, have a created a makeshift memorial near where she died.

The 50th Precinct in the northwest Bronx has a new commanding officer.

Despite never having set eyes on her, a rhino from the Bronx has impregnated another from Cincinnati.

1 comment:

  1. Vinu Rhino says,

    Nikki Rhino is not my lover
    She's just a girl who claims that I am the one
    But the kid is not my son

    ... what, too soon?


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