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Grand Concourse to See Renovations

By Maliha Gul

There is no one who lives or works in the Bronx that has not heard of the Grand Concourse. Truly an icon of the Bronx, the dangerous roadway that sometimes reaches 11 lanes and cuts through the heart of the Bronx will be getting a facelift in the near future as part of New York City’s Vision Zero Pedestrian Safety Plan, which strives to reduce pedestrian deaths all over the city. 728 more words

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When the fog rolls in

Five years ago today I enjoyed a fine foggy evening on Signal Hill.

When I arrived at the Cabot Tower my gaze was first drawn across the bay where Cape Spear was being overtaken by a snug blanket of fog: 115 more words

East Coast Trail

New play, Grand Concourse, contributes more than art to Birmingham community

Fans of theater are quick to say that theater is able to imitate and influence real life. Terrific New Theatre’s production of “Grand Concourse” aims to do just that. 146 more words

Birmingham

Finding fall colours in Newfoundland

October is here, and that means the hunt for fall colours is on!

Photographers from all over the island will be roaming the rock in search of that one picture perfect place where all the colours come together, but where exactly is that? 231 more words

East Coast Trail

A Tree Grows in The Bronx

Of New York City’s five boroughs, The Bronx often seems to get the short end of the stick. Brooklyn once rivaled it for grit and swagger but today has become rather like an extension of Manhattan, hip, glamorous and a burg of widening extremes. 133 more words

Urban Life

Police: Suspects Beat Man, Woman In Bronx Subway Station

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police late Tuesday were searching for two suspects in an attack on a man and woman in a Bronx subway station last week. 213 more words

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WAM Theatre Announces Cast for Reading of “Grand Concourse”

WAM Theatre has announced the cast for the last of their 2016 Fresh Takes Play Reading Series, Grand Concourse by Heidi Schreck, directed by Sheila Siragusa… 1,027 more words

Theatre