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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Bronx News Roundup, Oct. 25

While you were sleeping, Bronx Ink documented the goings on at the Fulton Fish Market.

Also getting some Ink: The Morrisania post office is one of 18 in the Bronx on the chopping block.

Everyone's wondering what the Occupy protesters are going to do as the temperature drops. City Limits has some answers.

Yesterday was Food Day in New York City, and Sen. Gustavo Rivera used it as an opportunity to continue to push his Bronx CAN Health Initiative at the Academy of Mt. St. Ursula in Bedford Park and to announce that he's lost 16 lbs. of the 20 he pledged to lose at the start of the initiative.

Now here's a good idea: Community Board 11's district manager Jeremy Warneke is taking a monthly tour with a Buildings Department Inspector of local apartment buildings with lots of violations. He's already discovered some illegal basement apartments. (Video)

Capital has this terrific in-depth story that takes a look at the struggles of a Chinese take-out restaurant in Mott Haven. It's also interesting how the reporter ended up profiling this particular establishment.

More delays for an ice skating rink planned for Van Cortlandt Park, The Riverdale Press reports.


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