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Who Are The Bronx?

The Bronx are an American band from Southern California who began playing punk rock in 2002. Their original goal was to bring passionate, blood-and-sweat punk rock into the 21st Century.
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Salsa LeBron La Trompeta De Perico

Celebrating more than 40 years of the LeBron Brothers. Presented in Association with Frankie Morales Music and Ritmo Latino-NM....
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Purchase Theatre Performs Bronx Kiss

Purchase Repertory Theatre will perform “Bronx Kiss,” in a special engagement at the Emelin Theatre February 4-7....
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Highbridge Voices' 2009 Winter Concert

Highbridge Voices will be celebrating the 2009 holiday season with their annual Holiday Concert at Sacred Heart Church, 1253 Shakespeare Avenue in the Bronx, on December 18th at 6:30 p.m....
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PopCaps' Bookworm Fans

Bookworm fans gather around. Good news. For a mere $5 you can now buy PopCaps' Bookworm in the DSiWare™ category at Nintendo’s on line shop. This version of Bookworm delivers the highest caliber of game play available in a down loadable title that has been optimized for the Nintendo DSiWare platform....
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Bronx Concert Singers' Holiday Concert

The Bronx Concert Singers will present a holiday concert entitled An English Christmas on Sunday, December 6, 2009 at 4:30 P.M. at St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church located at 1892 McGraw Avenue in the Bronx. ...
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From Bronx To Jazz At Lincoln Center

The music of Tito Puente and Dizzy Gillespie will be performed by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, lead by Bronx native Carlos Henriquez on January 15 and 16, 2010....
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Mary J. Blige Is Heading Home Tonight

Mary J. Blige is heading home to The Bronx, New York to perform the U.S. National Anthem at the upcoming sixth game of baseball's World Series at Yankee Stadium....
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The Indian Wants The Bronx, 1968

The Indian Wants the Bronx is a one-act play by Israel Horovitz....
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Hip Hop Culture Center In Harlem

2009 marks the 75th year that the New York City landmark, the world famous Apollo Theater, has served as the soul of American culture. In celebration of this diamond anniversary, on October 3rd and 4th, the not-for-profit Apollo Theater Foundation, Inc. opened the doors of the venue to give residents of New York City, and far beyond, a free opportunity to learn about the Apollos --and Harlemspast, present, and future....
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Chazz Palminteri’s "A Bronx Tale"

Chazz Palminteri’s A Bronx Tale, has played both on and off Broadway, in L.A., and has been turned into a movie, as well. Twenty years after his production debuted in New York, Palminteri brought his one-man show to Las Vegas this week....
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Bronx - The Brithplace Of A Culture

Handal Gomez Abdelrahim wants to restore Fred Astaire to his rightful place as one of the original b-boys. In a short film, Graffiti Nation, that will screen on Oct. 23 at the International Independent Film & Video Festival in Manhattan, Mr. Abdelrahim, a resident of West 238th Street in Kingsbridge, juxtaposes clips of soft-shoe work by Fred Astaire with John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever....
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Pianist Valentina Lisitsa In Bronx

Bronx Art Ensemble's Chamber Music will feature “electrifying pianist” Valentina Lisista in a concert of Brahms, Strauss and Beethoven at 4673 Delafield Avenue in the historic neighborhood of Fieldston in the Bronx. The event will be held on Sunday, October 25 at 3pm....
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PopCap Invites Fans For Hall'O'Ween

PopCap Games, the leading developer and publisher of broadly appealing video games, today announced its participation in New York City’s 36th Annual Village Halloween Parade as an In-Parade Sponsor happening Saturday evening, October 31st ....
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Bronx Princess, The Film

Rocky Otoo, the main subject of PBS’s new documentary “Bronx Princess,” is not your average American teenager. And yet, as filmmakers Yoni Brook and Musa Syeed document Rocky’s life as she graduates from high school, travels to Ghana to live with her father, and begins college life, she feels pretty relatable....
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The Buddha Play Review

The themes espoused in the play are timeless and especially timely, as we Americans now pause and consider our values, examine our place in the world, and rethink what is of importance....
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New Bronx-Based Theatre Company

A new Bronx-based professional theatre company will have its debut performance on Friday this week when its production of Antoine Ó Flatharta's BLOOD GUILTY opens at the esteemed 1st Irish Festival 2009 in Manhattan. The Bronx Company is a young and energetic ensemble theatre company based in Riverdale....
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Youth Film & Poetry Program Concludes

The Full Circle Project held its final session of the summer in Co-op City with local high school youth in an accelerated multimedia course in filmmaking and performance poetry....
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A Bronx Filmmaking Program

Students in the Bronx completed the second annual filmmaking and poetry program called The Full Circle Project, a six week course in filmmaking technologies and performance poetry. During the last days of the sessions, students finished their personal short films, which will be showcased in an online exhibition in the fall....
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Bronx's Rhythm City Dance Crew

Latin masters, line dancers and the latest and greatest in b-boys and fierce females join the ranks of the country’s most talented dancers to battle it out for a $100,000 cash prize and dance supremacy in season four of MTV’s hit reality dance competition series from Warner Horizon Television, “Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew,” which premiered this past Sunday, August 9, at 09:00 p.m. ET/PT, 08:00 p.m. Central....
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