Arts & Entertainment

Thursday, Oct. 2, 2008

Bronx Times Reporter

Cruise the Zoo Weekend Oct. 3-5

Explore far-off places at the Bronx Zoo, using a special Zooport to chart your course to adventure on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 3 to 5 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cruise the Zoo and learn about wildlife and wild places, while enjoying a fun, healthy, outdoor family activity. There are free give-aways courtesy of Cruise the Zoo weekend sponsor Royal Caribbean International® while supplies last and zoo-goers can enter to win a free Royal Caribbean International® cruise. Read more…
Parenting

Madagascar president visits Bronx Zoo Madagascar exhibit

Madagascar president Marc Ravalomanana enjoyed a unique opportunity to visit his homeland while he was attending the UN General Assembly in New York: On Sunday, September 21, the President toured Madagascar!, the Wildlife Conservation Society’s spectacular new exhibit that opened in June at the Bronx Zoo. The visit included glimpses of lemurs and fossas—fascinating mammals that occur only on that island nation. Read more…
Arts

Jerome-Gun Hill BID holds street fair featuring food, sales,music

The Jerome Gun Hill BID association held a street fair on Sunday September 27 on Jerome Avenue between Gun Hill Road and Mosholu Parkway North. Many of the businesses set up tables on the street in addition to sausage and pepper stands. Read more…
Arts

Mt. Carmel presents opera

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church presents the encore performance of the opera Costanzo on Sunday, October 26, at 4 p.m. at 627 E. 187th Street. Read more…
Arts

Lehman Center announces first-rate line-up for 2008-09 season

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts announces a diverse and first-rate line-up for its 2008-2009 Season. Executive director Eva Bornstein has prepared a program that will bring the world to the Bronx with attractions from eight countries including China, Brazil, Spain, Russia and West Africa. Read more…

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