April 17, 2009: 2009, Issue 16
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Friday, April 17, 2009

Bronx Times Reporter

St. Benedict’s choir director one-of-a-kind

Ann Myers considers the St. Benedict’s choir family. They’ve been singing and swaying together for so long. Myers has been with the choir for 28 years, and she’s a newcomer. Comment.
Arts

2009 Summer Enrichment Camp open

Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation announces its 2009 Summer Enrichment Camp which will include sports (baseball, basketball, soccer, bowling), academic enrichment activities, swimming twice weekly, field trips including NY Hall of Science, Museum of Natural History, Bronx Zoo, etc., performing and cultural arts, environmental education, and breakfast, lunch and a snack served daily. Comment.
Arts

Riverdale Choral Society presents spring concert

The Riverdale Choral Society will present its spring concert titled Music Of Spain And The Americas. It features Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s exciting Romancero Gitano, a setting of the poetry of Spain’s Federico Garcia-Lorca. Under the direction of John Lettieri, the chorus will perform the Romancero accompanied by well-known guitarist Oren Fader. They will also perform works in Latin and Spanish by Argentine, Mexican and United States composers, both acappella and accompanied by pianists Mavis Pan and Indah Hertanto. Comment.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Bronx Times Reporter

Yankee Stadium, Hard Rock open for business

Iris Nunez of Kingsbridge, 55, bounced down River Avenue. Comment.
Arts

Earth and Arbor Day celebrations at NYBG

Celebrate Earth Month at The New York Botanical Garden throughout April as part of the global observance of environmental awareness. Earth Day is April 22 and Arbor Day is April 24, but the garden offers rich programming throughout the month as part of the celebration, including tree plantings, garden openings, new exhibitions, picnics, and poetry. Comment.

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