Morning Matters — 3/9/12

9 Mar

Good morning. Here’s a little bit of what’s going on in our borough of 1.4 million people.

Bronx open space advocates will unveil their plans and seek community input on a Harlem River Greenway in meetings later this month. While a chunk of the plans are only on the drawing board, some of the work is already under way.

Fordham students rallied last night to call for policy changes on how bias incidents are addressed.

After a two-year hiatus, the Philharmonic will return to Van Cortlandt Park for a summer concert.

This year the annual Armory show features a Bronx Day that will highlight art exhibits in the south Bronx.

The borough president is trying to find out whether he can meet up with his digital Facebook friends in person. A recent gathering at G-Bar showed that it’s a bit of a challenge.

Which mayoral aspirant would be the best transit candidate?

The Fired Department is giving away free batteries for smoke detectors today in the Bronx.

The Norwood Food Co-op is ramping up for another year and looking for new members.

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One Response to “Morning Matters — 3/9/12”

  1. Ebony Brown March 9, 2012 at 1:46 pm #

    What a great blog! 🙂 I shall be visiting often!

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