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On Saturday, November 07, 2020, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., in conjunction with The Bronx Tourism Council, the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation, Transportation Alternatives, and Ride with GPS app hosted a bike ride to end the Tour de Bronx 2020 season.

Members from the RWB Bronx Chapter joined Borough President Diaz, Jr. to take part in the “Bronx Riviera” route, using the Ride with GPS app, to visit the neighborhoods, parks, greenways, and waterfronts of the borough seen during the Tour de Bronx event.

Originally slated to take place in late October, The Tour de Bronx — largest free bicycle event in the state — was cancelled due to the gathering restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In its place, the Bronx Borough President’s office and The Bronx Tourism Council partnered with Ride with GPS app to create virtual cycling routes where cyclists ride one of the three paths — “Bronx Riviera,” “Boogie Up The Bronx Jr.” and “8 Wonders of the Bronx.”

The Tour de Bronx 2020 routes were sponsored by Montefiore Medical Center, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Target, Zipcar, Citi Bike, BronxCare Health System, SBH Health System, Transportation Alternatives and Patricia Lynch Associates, and will ran on the Ride with GPS app from October 10 to November 08, 2020. Borough President Diaz, Jr. and The Bronx Tourism Council launched the revamped Tour de Bronx on Saturday, October 10, 2020, riding with borough residents along the “Boogie Up The…

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The New York Working Families Party today announced its endorsement of four 2021 New York City Council candidates in the Bronx: Adolfo Abreu for City Council District 14, Mino Lora for District 11, Althea Stevens for City Council District 16, and Marjorie Velázquez for City Council District 13. All four candidates are longtime community leaders, spanning all corners of the Bronx. 

The WFP today also endorsed four additional candidates in Queens and Brooklyn: Juan Ardila (District 30, Queens), Aleda Gagarin (District 29, Queens), Lincoln Restler (District 33, North Brooklyn), and Felicia Singh (District 32, Rockaways, Queens). This wave of endorsements follows the NY WFP’s first wave of New York City Council endorsements earlier this fall, supporting Tiffany Cabán for District 22 (Queens), Amanda Farías for District 18 (Bronx), Jennifer Gutiérrez for District 34 (Brooklyn), and Sandy Nurse for District 37 (Brooklyn). 

“This year, New York City voters demanded bold, progressive candidates up and down the ballot. As we approach the 2021 elections, we must heed this mandate by electing City Council Members who are wholly committed to a working people’s agenda — from housing for all to fully funded schools to decarceral justice. The Working Families Party is thrilled to endorse these eight community leaders, who have fought for their neighborhoods for years — and who will keep fighting side…

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The New York City Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in ascertaining the whereabouts of the following person, who was reported missing from within the confines of the 42nd Precinct in the Bronx.

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The New York City Police Department is asking the public’s assistance identifying the two male individuals, depicted in the attached photographs and video clip, who are wanted in connection to a gunpoint commercial robbery, that occurred within the confines of the 46th Precinct in the Bronx.

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Online gambling is legal in numerous countries, including the United Kingdom. However, the rules regarding online gambling can be a little confusing for anyone living in the United States, with some states having legalised it and others not. Take a look below to find out whether online gambling is legal in New York or not.

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At the time of writing, online gambling with real money is not legal in New York State. However, there are some social casinos you can try out which allow you to play casino games for free similarly to demos. Since you are not spending any real money, it is fine to try out.

It is important to point out that while you will still be able to visit and register with real-money casino websites while in New York State, you should avoid doing so. The reason for this is that you will not have any protections if anything goes wrong and, since it is illegal, you could end up getting into trouble while playing.

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The 10th Annual Creative Climate Awards (CCA) features 15 artists from around NYC along with five curating organizations.

Bronx Council on the Arts is proud to represent the Bronx through the works of artists Kim Darces, Ruth Marshall, and Estelle Maisonett.

Kim Dacres is a Jamaican-American artist and educator from the Bronx, who lives and practices her studio work in Harlem. She approaches her work with enthusiasm for life and accountability for the stories of everyday people of color. Her work explores themes of pride, resistance, and silence through the combination and manipulation of tires inspired by intimate narratives.

Australian born and raised, Ruth Marshall has been a Bronx resident since 2000. Her artwork explores the creative possibility of textiles through crochet and knitting, with an emphasis on bringing these crafts to a fine art level of excellence. Ruth sees yarn as having a benign aspect and a history of domestic utility, while maintaining the ability to demonstrate connections to socio-political contexts.

Estelle Maisonett is a mixed-media interdisciplinary artist born and raised in the Bronx. She uses found objects, photography, and clothing to document her lived experience while exploring perception of identity through fashion, pattern, consumption, architecture, and material.

The 2020 Creative Climate Awards closes December 15, 2020.

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