Brook House, New York’s largest furniture showroom has stood the test of time and the changing face and economics of Melrose. As the Third Avenue El was dismantled and Melrose and the South Bronx burned around it, Brook House stood.
Now after over 50 years serving the community and Bronxites alike with quality furnishings, the Kopstein family is saying goodbye as they begin…
From The New York Times: Anyone seeking a large body of water in Pelham Bay would be quickly frustrated: The neighborhood’s namesake no longer exists.
HuffPost Travel published an article today from SmarterTravel where a Bronx tour had the distinct honor of being selected — in a positive light!
In the post, SmarterTravel says:
“See a completely different side of a city when you break away from the mob of tourists following the guide with the red umbrella. On these 10 unique city tours, you’ll venture into the Bronx with an old-school…
#streetfood #bacalaitos #alcapurrias #pastelillos #Bronx #thebronxdoesitbetter #puertorico #boricua (at Mott Haven)
James Peach McClory / ©Visions In Photography / Leticia TorresApril is National Poetry Month and to that end, we’d like to share some words from a Bronx Poet who’s has graced the stages of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, El Museo del Barrio, and the Bronx Museum (among many others) when he’s not walking the halls of justice at Bronx Family Court as an Officer (you can catch him this Thursday,…
#hostos #puertorico #boricua #Bronx #cuny #thebronx #grandconcourse #southbronx (at Eugenio María de Hostos Community College, CUNY)
PS 31 still standing as of April 21st, 2014 / ©welcome2thebronx.com
On November 8, 2013, New York City’s Department of Buildings issued an emergency demolition order for the landmarked ‘Castle on the Concourse’ aka PS 31. They cited it as a public safety issue and were concerned that it wouldn’t survive another Sandy-like weather event.
After a winter with record snowfalls and several buildings…