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Friday, September 10, 2010

Bronx News Roundup, Sept. 10

Happy Friday everyone! Some good reads to prepare you for the weekend. 

There are two Bronx memorial services scheduled for the upcoming anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. The attack claimed the lives of 156 Bronxites. The first memorial service is set for tomorrow morning at Jacobi Hospital. The second memorial will be held at the Bronx County Courthouse at noon on Wednesday.

One 9/11 widow, a Bronx woman from Ivory Coast who is Muslim, opens about her loss, her life in the wake of tragedy and her religion. Every year, she visits ground zero and prays.

Muslims and Jews share a building, ideas and inter-faith tolerance in Parkchester.

Prosecutors inthe Riverdale synagogue bombing plot trial say one of the defendants has a documented history of anti-Semitism.

The Bronx high school girls volleyball preview.

Video of Gen. Colin Powell's appearance at a ribbon-cutting for a new apartment building being opened and named after him. The south Bronx building is just blocks from where Powell grew up.

El Diario editor Erica Gonzalez talks about the challenges facing many Latino lawmakers in the Bronx, including Pedro Espada Jr.


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