Game Of Thrones: A Cultural Lynchpin

As if it needed any more validation, Game of Thrones was referenced by a politician and baseball team in quick succession, cementing it’s place as a pop culture reference point for a generation. It is The Sopranos and The Wire of this decade; a visual feast which sets the bar for programs which follow.

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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Meet The Beautiful, Remarkable Tree That Survived 9/11

One can only imagine the grim job that 9/11 workers had at Ground Zero, working day in and day out to clean up the wreckage of such devastation. And one can only imagine the surprise they must have felt when, a month into the job, they discovered a bit of life sticking out from the rubble – the charred remains of a callery pear tree.
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Odiosas Is Creating A Space For Intersectional Hood Feminists In Bronx

New York is a repository of feminist thought and activism. Across NYC’s boroughs, you can catch statues memorializing black heroines, bookstores teeming with literature on gender, race, and sexuality, women-only work spaces, and college classes delving into feminist theory.
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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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