Why Should Online Gambling In Bronx Be Completely Legalized?

Online gambling is a subject that is not strictly covered by laws and regulations in the State of New York. Namely, there are no laws that make online gambling an illegal activity in New York (and Bronx) which means that players from Bronx can freely enjoy some of their favorite casino games on the Internet.

Amanda Arroyo Featured On TV

Cardinal Spellman High School senior Amanda Arroyo was recently featured on MSG Varsity’s popular live, call-in show, A Quick: 60, during the weekly Scholastic Spotlight segment.
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Holocaust Memorial Day 2017

Adolf Hitler’s murderous campaign during World War II took the lives of six million Jews.
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Gaining Perspective Аnd Hope For Those With Dementia

PBS recently made the praise-worthy effort to address one of the most important public health issues – for today and the foreseeable future – when it aired a TV report titled, “Alzheimer’s: Every Minute Counts.”
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Bronx Native Collected Cans To Fund His Leather Goods Brand

Noel Veloz, CEO and Co Founder Hemincuff, is the 26 year old designer’s very own leather goods brand. He was born and raised in the Castle hill projects in the Bronx which is a dangerous neighborhood with constant crime.
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Bronx Parks Volunteers To Receive Top Honors

Partnerships for Parks is proud to announce that the 4th annual It's My Park Awards Reception, recognizing New York City park volunteers who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and commitment to their local parks through service, advocacy and collaboration, will be held on March 8, 2017 at the Prince George Ballroom in the Madison Square neighborhood in Manhattan.
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Help Us Clear The Shelters

Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) today announced that it has teamed up with NBC 4 New York / WNBC and Telemundo 47 / WNJU host NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations’ Clear the Shelters second annual nationwide pet adoption drive.
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Bronx Native Takes Helm of Central Park Precinct

In his first few months of taking command of the Central Park precinct, police captain Peter Andrea led the rescue of seven teens who fell into a frozen pond and also locked up a serial robber.
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