“We’re launching a one week “All in One” Kickstarter Campaign! The funds raised will go towards including a “History of Hip Hop” component to our Roots & River Kids Summer Cultural Arts Program. Hip Hop, a musical form – and way of life – born in the Bronx, has become a powerful force of social justice around the world. We are committed to empowering our Bronx youth by educating them on the rich history of this movement – and sharing with them the skills to perform. The funds raised will specifically go towards purchasing turntables and an instructor, so the children can create their own music and perform at our end of summer recital.” – Sweet Water Dance & Yoga
When: Monday, March 27 at 6:30 PM
Where: (the orange door ) 876 Gerard Avenue, 2nd Floor
“Who doesn’t love cake? Join us for our new class – CAKE DECORATING! We’ll have a great time creating then tasting our artwork. Join us for deliciously yummy time!” – @bronxymca
When: Saturday, March 45
- 5-6 yrs: 10AM-11AM for 5-6yo
- 7-9 yrs: 11:15AM-12:15PM
- 9-10 yrs: 12:15PM-1:15PM
Where: 2 Castle Hill Ave (Spin Room of Munch Center)
Note: Registration deadline is March 24, 2017
“NYC Beer Week is upon us and you know what that means…it’s time for SMaSH beers! 15 Brewers from around NYC pick one malt and one hop from a couple of their favorite NY State farms, and each makes a unique beer with them. We’ll be offering 6 of the SMaSH beers at Bronx Beer Hall on 3/3…singles malts for single beer lovers! We’ll start the night with a Tap.. Read More
Entry includes the following:
- 1 HAND-ROLLED CIGAR: Hand-Rolled Cigars from Aruthur Ave’s La Casa Grande Cigars
- 1 INDULGENT SANDWICH: Arthur Ave’s Mike’s Deli is doing 2 of their signature sandwiches (eggplant parm and italian combo), in addition to a custom sandwich for the party, for those that truly live life No Res. Everyone gets 1 of their choice with ticket purchase
- 2 BEERS: 2 Beers are included in the ticket purchase, but you can of course buy more.
- MUSIC: live DJ Performance by Angel & Dren
- GIF Booth by The Bosco
- The Napkin Killa & MORE!
When: Saturday, February 25 from 7PM – 11PM or later
Where: 856 E 136 Street
Admission: $35 per person. Click here to purchase
Note: Tickets can be purchase at the door but space is limited so buying online is recommended!
Enjoy food, drinks, and private access for a first look at The Orchid Show: Thailand.
When: Thursday, March 2 from 6PM – 8PM
Where: 2900 Southern Blvd
Admission: RSVP by February 28 to email@example.com
We’ve introduced meal delivery services on the site before for their convenience and nutritional value. Zone Manhattan wants to add one more benefit to the list: weight loss (or maintenance depending on your personal goals). The Bronx-based business operates out of Hunts Point in The Bronx. Unlike other food subscriptions that have risen in popularity, Zone Manhattan doesn’t deliver a pre-measured list of ingredients for cooking to your door because it does the work.. Read More
There’s a lot to do this weekend for Super Bowl 51— whether your team made it or not. This Super Bowl Sunday, pick a side, pick a place, and sling unfounded insults at the opposing side’s supporters like they voted for Trump. Re-hydrate yourself with discounted brews, fuel up on classic game day foods like wings and sliders, and repeat. If you want to avoid the football mania, there are some things to.. Read More
A new nationwide pilot program will allow Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients to buy groceries online. Lobbying efforts by Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. and federal lawmakers persuaded the U.S Department of Agriculture (USDA) to widen the businesses that accept SNAP. SNAP holders can now purchase food online from FreshDirect and Amazon. However, some supermarket workers are worried it could hurt supermarket businesses. Today, Diaz will meet with Representative Sean Patrick Maloney and hunger advocates at 10:30 at Part of the Solution to discuss New York State’s participation in the program. [Norwood News] [Crain’s New York Business]
Two Bronx eateries are participating in New York City Restaurant Week for the first time. Artie’s Steak & Seafood on City Island and Hudson Garden Grill at the New York Botanical Garden will be offering three-course lunches for $29 and dinners for $42 along with 373 other restaurants from January 23 to February 10. [Bronx News 12]
A fire damaged Indo-Caribbean and Chinese restaurant Lotus Flame, located at 866 Morris Park Avenue. On Friday January 6, a fire started in the restaurant’s basement. It escalated to a third alarm fire, spreading to the roof and damaging the two apartments above the eatery. The FDNY is investigating the cause. According to Bronx Times, Lotus Flame co-owner Savitri McCrea said the restaurant is closed indefinitely. [Bronx Times]
Some doctors are prescribing food instead of medications, reports a CBS New York article. Doctors and patients have cited the high co-pays and side effects of medication as reasons for preferring food prescriptions. Patients also reported feeling better on their doc diets. St. Barnabas Hospital in The Bronx will be prescribing food, and also plans to open a new wellness, culinary, and food garden next year. [CBS New York]
“Join us on Saturday, January 28, as Bronx Narratives, an online publication for the Bronx community, debuts their first ever Limited Edition Print Magazine at Gun Hill Tavern in Port Morris.
The event will feature live art by Bronx based artists, Andre Trenier and Annie Leginni, music, drink specials, and limited copies of the magazine (available for purchase). We will also host a series of round-table styled discussions on key issues and topics surrounding our community.”
When: Saturday, January 28 from 4PM – 7PM
Where: Gun Hill Tavern located at 780 E 133rd St
Admission: RSVP – bronxnarratives.splashthat.com