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6th Annual Latin American Cultural Week

Pan American Musical Art Research (PAMAR), founded and directed by Polly Ferman, announces the 6th Annual Latin American Cultural Week (LACW), a diverse and dynamic showcase of the rich culture of Latin America, with theater, music, dance, film, auctions and visual arts.
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Bronx American Indian Festival

The Bronx American Indian Festival 2010 was a wonderful event hosted by Mr. Bobby Gonzalez (Taino). Bobby started his festivals in the famous Van Courtland Park in the Bronx, New York....
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Bronx Festival Celebrates Africa

Fordham University’s Rose Hill campus will be the site of a four centuries old African tradition this weekend when it hosts the Akwasidae Festival this Saturday, September 18, 2010....
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The Magic Of Friendship

Dan Foster, a burly six-footer in vintage jeans and a plaid shirt, thumbed six Magic role-playing cards into a fan, stared at their illustrations, collapsed the cards, spread them wide again and clapped them shut....
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Biggest African Renaissance In USA

All is set for the biggest African Cultural Festival in the Empire State in March 2010.Living by its Jesuit principles. Fordham University the only Jesuit University in New York and also finding itself in an area which has the largest concentration of African immigrants in the whole of the United States (Bronx) is bringing Africa to the rest of the world in the United States of America, with an annual African week celebration - African Cultural Festival....
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Connecting Bronx Cultures Luncheon

On Thursday, February 11, 2010, Sauti Yetu Center for African Women, a community based organization, will host a luncheon that will bring together Bronx community stakeholders comprising of clergy, community organizations, and elected officials....
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We Wish You A Very Joyous Kwanzaa!

Kwanzaa is a weeklong celebration held in the United States honoring universal African heritage and culture, marked by participants lighting a kinara (candle holder). It is observed from December 26 to January 1 each year, primarily in the United States....
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Kwanzaa Celebration In Parkchester

Bring Unity To The Community presents a unique gathering of artistic expression that celebrates our diverse cultures. Every participant will show case a wide range of various cultural artists and stylish vendors' products. ...
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19th Annual Albanian Festival In Bronx

Over 2,500 members of the Albanian-American community will gather for the 19th annual Albanian Festival, a colorful celebration of Albanian music and dance. This is the largest Albanian-American event in the United States each year....
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Lenape: Ellis Island’s First Inhabitants

On November 2, New York First Lady Michelle Paige Paterson will present a proclamation from Governor David A. Paterson to honor the native people of New York during the opening ceremony of Lenape: Ellis Island’s First Inhabitants at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum....
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Bronx Comes To Life In A New Book

An American masterpiece from internationally bestselling novelist Colum McCann—a dazzling and hauntingly rich vision of the loveliness, pain, and mystery of New York City in the 1970's In the dawning light of the late summer morning, the people of lower Manhattan stand hushed, staring up in disbelief at the Twin Towers. . . ....
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Bronx River Alliance Honors Editor & Artist

The Bronx River Alliance honored two special Bronxites at its annual Upstream Soirée on September 24th. ...
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2009 West Indian American Day Parade

Governor Paterson will host his second West Indian American Day Carnival Parade Reception today, August 20, 2009, at Empire Fulton Ferry State Park’s Outdoor Warehouse, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m....
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We Used To Own The Bronx By Eve Pell

An inside story of privilege, inherited wealth, and the bizarre values and customs of the American upper crust....
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The Beautiful Bronx (1920-1950)

A couple days ago I was lucky enough to stumble across this book,...
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Derfner Judaica Museum Opens

Derfner Judaica Museum will open to the public today, June 11, 2009. The newly-expanded 5,000-square-foot exhibition space in the Home’s Jacob Reingold Pavilion will serve as a focal point for a wide range of educational and exhibition programming both for the public and Hebrew Home residents....
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Three Young Musicians Awarded

Three local musicians were chosen winners at the BAE Young Bronx Artist Contest, an annual competition for students who are between ages 14 and 20 who live in and/or attend school in the Bronx. The Bingham Award went to cellists, Mona Zarina, 20, from Mannes College of Music and Shaheen Malick, senior at Bronx High School of Science....
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Live Music And Comedy

In a quest to bring enjoyable and affordable nights of live music to New York City, 623 Entertainment presents The Mission Tour. On Saturday, May 9th at 9pm a very special installment of The Mission Tour returns to Sputnik....
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Susan Boyle, You Are Amazing

47 Year old Susan Boyle wows the judges with her performance in the auditions for Britains Got Talent, singing I dreamed a dream from Les Miserables....
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CreateNYC Office Hours With The Commissioner: What We Heard

On the evening of May 23, NYC Cultural Affairs Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl will hold open office hours for Bronx residents at the Mott Haven Library to meet and discuss the proposals in What We Heard.
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Bronx Looks To Capitalize As Hip-Hop's Birthplace

In the 1970s, DJs, dancers, graffiti artists and the first rappers came together in the burned-out buildings of Bronx, giving birth to hip-hop.
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Upcoming Release of The Bronx Kill, A Novel By Philip Cioffari

Livingston Press announces the upcoming release of The Bronx Kill, a novel by Philip Cioffari. The Bronx Kill will be published in trade paper (978-1604891874, 254 pages, $16.95), hardcover (978-1604891867, $25.95) and eBook editions and will be available wherever fine books are sold on March 30, 2017.
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Bronx Borough President Hosts The Greek History And Heritage Celebration

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr hosts on Thursday his annual Greek History and Heritage Celebration, co-sponsored by New York State State Senator Michael Gianaris, New York State Assembly Member Aravella Simotas, New York City Council Member Costa Constantinides and The Hellenic Orthodox Community of Bronx.
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Bronx Author Publishes Novel

The Return, a new book by Evelyn P. Douglas, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

New York Gov. Cuomo Joins Union Fight To Preserve ACA

At a Bronx rally packed with supporters Wednesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo defended the Affordable Care Act and warned that Washington, DC, is abandoning the middle class.
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A Russian Revolutionary In Bronx

Kenneth D. Ackerman’s Trotsky in New York 1917 has much to offer the reader. It also has some serious problems. Before getting to those let me discuss why the book deserves a place on the shelf of anyone interested in the life and ideas of Trotsky, the history of Marxism in America, New York at the time of World War I, and the Russian Revolution.
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The Orchid Show: Thailand In Bronx

The 15th installment of the New York Botanical Garden’s Orchid Show features a complementary schedule of events and activities revolving around its titular flower and this year’s theme: Thailand.
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Read Chapter Two of Matt Centrowitz’s New Book “Like Father, Like Son”

This book is heartwarming, and fabulous. Work hard and you can achieve anything-but your hard work rubs off on your children. What a fine example of courage and love. This book should set an example to all who have dreams.
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Black History Month Celebration Series At Jamaica Center For Arts & Learning

February is Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning's (JCAL) Black History Month Celebration Series. Join us each weekend in February for exhibits, performances, film screenings, and so much more.

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Peter Milosheff

acquired Bronx.com in March, 2005 and manages the The Bronx Times.™ content and operations since as the neswpapers' owner and founding editor. Alongside with managing The Bronx Times.™, Peter worked in the area of corporate finance for Christie's New York, Prada, Pfizer, Deutsche Bank, Fortis Bank and BNP Paribas. At Moody's Investors Service and Deutsche Bank he worked in the areas of structured products revenue accounting and asset management, respectively. At Fortis Bank he worked in the area of product control for the structured credit origination and trading deask. At BNP Paribas Peter worked as a trading assistant at the bank's flow fixed income trading desk. Peter began his entrepreneurial career at age 17 in Sofia, Bulgaria, EU, where he established his private educational advising agency Endeavour, providing service to local students interested in continuing their education abroad, and particularly in the US.. Peter received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2002. He graduated Cum Laude with a major in Finance.