November 24, 2012: 2012, Issue 47
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Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012

Bronx Times Reporter

Calvary Hospital announces collaboration with Yeshiva University to serve needs of Observant Jews in Metropolitan area

Calvary Hospital and Yeshiva University’s affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) recently announced a collaboration to serve the needs of observant Jews in the metropolitan area who need information and access to the best end-of-life care. Read more….

Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012

Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx born first time film producer set to debut first movie

Gus Trapani said he always rooted for the bad guy in movies. Read more….
Allerton

IHOP franchisee rolls back prices

Two International House of Pancakes Houses in the Bronx have flipped back their prices to the days when they first opened. Read more….

Monday, Nov. 26, 2012

Country Club

Fundraisers underway for ravaged Interclub

Superstorm Sandy’s monstrous winds and crashing tides created an estimated quarter-million dollars damage to a half-dozen private beach clubs in the northeast Bronx. The damage varied from club to club... Read more….
Morris Park

Canned food drive at Big Deal Food Market in fourth year

Yes we can feed poor Americans! Read more….

Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012

Morrisania

Sandy’s Rockaway victims struggling in Morrisania shelter

By Rula Al-Nasrawi Read more….
Belmont

Beloved 48th Pct. cop memorialized with street renaming

Belmont could always count on Community Affairs Police Officer Anthony DiGiovanna, known around Arthur Ave. as Tony the Cop. Read more….

Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012

Morris Park

Funeral services held for community leader Dom Castore

Family, friends and a host of elected and community leaders paid their last respects last week to longtime Community Board 11 Chairman Dom Castore. Read more….
Pelham Bay

Bronx’s oldest Greek school celebrates 100th anniversary

It’s the Bronx’s oldest Greek school, celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Read more….

Friday, Nov. 23, 2012

Bronx Times Reporter

Gas stations cited for price gouging following Superstorm Sandy

At least two Bronx gas stations have been accused of turning into Superstorm Sandy cash guzzlers. Read more….
Mott Haven

Tale of two Bronx eateries following Superstorm Sandy

Hurricane Sandy did her physical worst on some popular Bronx restaurants, while hitting a number of others in the cash register. Read more….

Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012

Bronx Times Reporter

Gov’t, pols aiding Sandy victims

Three weeks after Hurricane Sandy ravaged the borough and rest of the tri-state area, the disaster she left behind is far from over. Read more….
Bronx Times Reporter

Thanksgiving brings out best in the Bronx

For some, Thanksgiving marked a time to gather around the dinner table, catch up with family, or just watch the football game. But for the borough’s downtrodden... Read more….

Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012

Bronx Times Reporter

Boro Prez Diaz drops out of running for Public Advocate

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. threw a political bombshell into the 2013 citywide - and borough - elections on Tuesday, announcing he will not run for public advocate, going instead for a second - and potentially third - full term. Read more….
Bronx Times Reporter

Serrano hails P.R. statehood vote

By BOB KAPPSTATTER Read more….
Boro Beat

Superstorm Sandy saw Snooki snuggling with sweetie in sunny San Juan

While her constituents were suffering from the rages of Superstorm Sandy, Assemblywoman Naomi Rivera was nowhere to be found. Read more….

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