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BronxNet today hosted second graders from CS 55: The Benjamin Franklin School for a tour of its Media + Technology studios for the premiere of a new Bronx-made children’s show, Eco Leaders.

The innovative environmental TV show was created by local puppetry artists affiliated with the artist economy development initiative Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY). After the premier, students were surprised by the artists with news that they will star in the sixth episode of Eco Leaders, which will be filmed at their school this week as the first ever class to be featured on the show.

BronxNet leadership and Eco Leaders show creators including award-winning local animator and designer Alba Garcia; actor and puppetry artist Kervin Peralta; and award-winning actress and voiceover artist Paola Poucel gave Bronx second graders a first look at this new locally made and broadcasted program. Students also got a behind-the-scenes look at how the show was filmed in BronxNet’s state-of-the-art Media + Technology Studios.

The Eco Leaders TV series stars time traveling puppet characters who return to the Bronx from the year 2088 and seek to find out what happened to a…

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The New York City Police Department (NYPD) is seeking the public’s assistance in locating the following person, who was reported missing from within the confines of the 40th Precinct in the Bronx.

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The New York City Police Department (NYPD) is seeking the public’s assistance in locating the following person, who was reported missing from within the confines of the 49th Precinct in the Bronx.

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The New York City Police Department (NYPD) is seeking the public’s assistance in locating the following person, who was reported missing from within the confines of the 40th Precinct in the Bronx. Details are as follows.
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The sports betting market has grown significantly in recent years. Read on to find out why more and more US citizens are betting on sports.
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In 2023, the sports betting industry increased in value by a staggering 44.5% from the previous year, with over $11 billion in revenue. This growth represents more generated revenue than every other source of income in the gaming industry, including iGaming, table games, and slots. Several factors have contributed to this sudden growth, including legalization, technology, and a cultural shift. Below, we will discuss why more US citizens are betting on sports and what the future looks like. 

State-Level Legalization

Betting on sports was taboo, and it was illegal in most states in the United States. However, a shift in the legal landscape has enabled people to enjoy betting on all types of games, including sports. The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, which occurred in 1992, meant that betting on sports was prohibited mainly in the United States. It was not until 2018 that the federal ban was removed, essentially making betting on in-person and online sports legal.

In 2020, 19 states made it legal to participate in online sports betting; by 2023, 33 states had joined in reversing the ban.

Some states, such as Tennessee and Kentucky, have partially lifted the ban. You can bet online in these states but cannot place sports bets in person, leading to a significant rise in digital betting in these states. It is likely that as time goes on, we will continue to see more states in the US lifting…

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The Public Housing Community Fund (Fund), an organization committed to enhancing the lives of NYCHA residents, the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), the New York City Mayor’s Office, NYC Public Design Commission, NYC Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) and its funded Cornerstone programs, and NYCHA residents are thrilled to announce a transformative partnership with the Mellon Foundation, launching From Roots to Arts: Celebrating NYCHA’s Cultural Heritage. This groundbreaking artist-in-residency program will activate public housing communities across New York City’s five boroughs through the lens of public art programming.

Spanning 20 months, beginning in summer 2024 and running through 2026, From Roots to Arts will feature five distinguished artists, each with a residency and program space at one NYCHA development in each of the five boroughs. The selected sites include dynamic communities at King Towers, Manhattan, Bushwick Houses, Brooklyn, Astoria Houses, Queens, Bronx River, the Bronx, and Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, embracing a broad spectrum of cultural expressions and community engagement, impacting over 12,000 public housing residents. Each NYCHA community is supported by DYCD-funded Cornerstone operators, including SCAN-Harbor (Manhattan), Grand Street Settlement (Brooklyn), HANAC Inc. (Queens), Children’s Arts & Science Workshops, Inc. (Bronx), and Joan & Alan Bernikow Jewish Community Center of Staten Island (Staten Island).

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The Public Housing Community Fund (Fund), an organization committed to enhancing the lives of NYCHA residents, the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), the New York City Mayor’s Office, NYC Public Design Commission, NYC Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) and its funded Cornerstone programs, and NYCHA residents are thrilled to announce a transformative partnership with the Mellon Foundation, launching From Roots to Arts: Celebrating NYCHA’s Cultural Heritage. This groundbreaking artist-in-residency program will activate public housing communities across New York City’s five boroughs through the lens of public art programming.

Spanning 20 months, beginning in summer 2024 and running through 2026, From Roots to Arts will feature five distinguished artists, each with a residency and program space at one NYCHA development in each of the five boroughs. The selected sites include dynamic communities at King Towers, Manhattan, Bushwick Houses, Brooklyn, Astoria Houses, Queens, Bronx River, the Bronx, and Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, embracing a broad spectrum of cultural expressions and community engagement, impacting over 12,000 public housing residents. Each NYCHA community is supported by DYCD-funded Cornerstone operators, including SCAN-Harbor (Manhattan), Grand Street Settlement (Brooklyn), HANAC Inc. (Queens), Children’s Arts & Science Workshops, Inc. (Bronx), and Joan & Alan Bernikow Jewish Community Center of Staten Island (Staten Island).

Residents were invited to participate in community days in March and April, offering a platform to voice their preferences on the type of art and artists they wish to engage with. These events were designed to be interactive and fun, providing a unique opportunity for residents to shape the artistic direction of the program. In total, nearly 200…

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