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Patrick J. O’Sullivan, Jr., a real estate attorney from Brooklyn, will run a twenty-mile tour of the five boroughs on Saturday, July 17, 2021, to raise funds for Catholic Guardian Services, a 134-year-old human services agency.

Mr. O’Sullivan, a board member at the agency, has promised to match every dollar raised up to $21,000, coining the title “20 for 21”: twenty miles to match up to twenty-one thousand in donations.

Mr. O’Sullivan will begin on Staten Island, run through Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan, and finish at the CGS Family Counseling & Wellness Center, 1990 Westchester Avenue in the Bronx, one of the Catholic Guardian Services program sites, where he will be greeted by agency employees, fellow board members, and Bronx community stakeholders.

All funds raised will benefit the agency’s Youth Employment Services (YES!) Program, a holistic job-readiness training and mentorship program for youth in foster care to end the unacceptably horrible homelessness, incarceration, substance abuse, and dependency outcomes for so many youth who age out of care.

Said O’Sullivan, “The YES! Program empowers young adults in foster care with the skills they need to enter the workforce with confidence. Running through NYC is my way of saying YES! to helping the next generation of New Yorkers.”

The YES! Program is a crucial component of the Catholic Guardian Services mission to provide help, create hope, and preserve dignity for children and families in need…

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After eight long years, fans of the New York Knicks were finally able to watch their team in the NBA Playoffs once again as they were matched up with the Atlanta Hawks. A successful regular season saw Tom Thibobeau’s team earn the number four seed and with it home court advantage in the first round.

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On Saturday, May 15, 2021, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. and the Bronx Tourism Council co-hosted the grand finale of Bronx Week 2021. The day’s events included an induction ceremony for this year’s Bronx Walk of Fame honorees on the Grand Concourse followed by a Grand Finale Concert at Orchard Beach. This year’s tourism award was presented to Woodlawn Cemetery.

The 2021 Bronx Walk of Fame inductees include renowned Hip Hop Photographer and Activist Joe Conzo, Jr., Founder and CEO of Fever Records Sal Abbatiello and Grammy Award Winning DJ and Producer Kid Capri. During the ceremony, which took place on the Grand Concourse in front of the Bronx County Building, each honoree had their ceremonial street sign installed on the Bronx Walk of Fame.

Following the induction, a drive-in concert at Orchard Beach took place featuring Salsa artists Frankie Negron, freestyle sensation Coro and hip hop artists DJ Ted Smooth and Ja Rule, with an appearance from music legend Fat Joe.

“In my final Bronx Week as Borough President, it was once again my pleasure to celebrate with proud Bronxites the wonderful things that our borough has to offer,” said Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. “Bronx Week is a time to celebrate and embrace our Bronx roots. Despite the pandemic, over the past week, we…

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On Saturday, May 15, 2021, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. and the Bronx Tourism Council co-hosted the grand finale of Bronx Week 2021. The day’s events included an induction ceremony for this year’s Bronx Walk of Fame honorees on the Grand Concourse followed by a Grand Finale Concert at Orchard Beach. This year’s tourism award was presented to Woodlawn Cemetery.

The 2021 Bronx Walk of Fame inductees include renowned Hip Hop Photographer and Activist Joe Conzo, Jr., Founder and CEO of Fever Records Sal Abbatiello and Grammy Award Winning DJ and Producer Kid Capri. During the ceremony, which took place on the Grand Concourse in front of the Bronx County Building, each honoree had their ceremonial street sign installed on the Bronx Walk of Fame.

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“In my final Bronx Week as Borough President, it was once again my pleasure to celebrate with proud Bronxites the wonderful things that our borough has to offer,” said Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. “Bronx Week is a time to celebrate and embrace our Bronx roots. Despite the pandemic, over the past week, we proudly showed the world that our borough is a great place to live, work, raise a family and have a good time, and we will come back stronger than ever.”

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