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  • George Bruce Branch Library

    Branch History: George Bruce was an enterprising young Scotsman who sailed to the United States before he was 15. Eventually settling in New York, he became a well-known typefounder and inventor of printing machinery. In 1877, Bruce's daughter Catherine contributed $50,0...

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  • Apollo Theater

    Mission: The Apollo Theater Foundation, Inc., a not-for-profit organization established in 1991, is dedicated to the preservation and development of the legendary Apollo Theater through the Apollo Experience of world-class live performances and education programs that:-honor...

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  • Hands On

    Hands On was founded in 1982 with 4 individuals, a small group of names for a mailing list and a first season that was comprised of 6 interpreted performances.  Currently Hands On’s general mailing list is over 2500 with a subscription base of more than 950 and ...

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  • Bronx Museum of The Arts

    Mission:The Bronx Museum of the Arts is a contemporary art museum that connects diverse audiences to the urban experience through its permanent collection, special exhibitions, and education programs. Reflecting the borough's dynamic communities, the Museum is the crossroad ...

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  • Hostos Center For The Arts And Culture

    About Us: The Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture. This fall, we celebrate our 32nd Year of showcasing artists and companies that define excellence in theater, dance and music – and embody our mission to be a cultural force in the Bronx and throughout the New Yor...

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  • Mott Haven Branch Library

    The Mott Haven Branch of The New York Public Library, open to the public since 1905, is the oldest library building in the Bronx. The brick and limestone structure was declared an official New York City landmark in 1969. The branch serves a large and diverse community of all...

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  • Bronx Chamber of Commerce

    Mission Statement: The Bronx Chamber of Commerce was established to strengthen the economic viability and improve the quality of life for the Bronx.  We play an active, significant role in the economic development of the borough, and formed many initiatives and partners...

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  • Van Nest Branch Library

    The Pelham Parkway-Van Nest branch of The New York Public Library is a modern building with a distinctive facade. It is located around the corner from the busy shopping district on Lydig Avenue. This one-story facility houses adult, teen, and children's collections, as well ...

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  • Belmont Branch Library

    We are home to the Enrico Fermi Cultural Center collection which consists of materials in Italian including newspapers, books, videos, and audiobooks. Additionally, the collection includes information about the Italian American experience.The Belmont Branch of The New York P...

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  • Baychester Branch Library

    History:The Baychester Branch of The New York Public Library has been providing library services to Co-op City and the surrounding community since its opening in 1973. Occupying a single floor the air conditioned library has separate adult, young adult and children's collect...

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  • Riverdale Branch Library

    History: The Riverdale Branch of The New York Public Library was built in 1967 at the request of community residents to replace their small local library. The branch is a red brick L-shaped building with vaulted ceilings of wood; its exterior is enhanced by a garden and wrou...

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  • Melrose Branch Library

    History: The Melrose Branch, on Morris Avenue and 162nd Street, is a busy and active branch in the "downtown" Bronx . It is the closest branch to Yankee Stadium and the borough's thriving court system. The branch opened its doors on January 16, 1914, and was one o...

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  • Grand Concourse Branch Library

    Branch History: The Grand Concourse Branch of The New York Public Library is located at 173rd Street between Morris and Selwyn Avenues directly behind Bronx-Lebanon Hospital. Built in 1958, the branch is a two-story facility with adult, young adult, and children's collecti...

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  • Morris Park Branch Library

    About the Branch: - Children, Young Adult, and Adult collections featuring 25,000 books, DVDs, and audio recordings - 19 computers with free public access to the Internet and library databases - Wireless Internet access - Community Room for programs, meetings, and events - S...

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  • Morrisania Branch Library

    History: The Morrisania Branch of The New York Public Library holds a commanding position on McKinley Square. The area was once farmland owned by Jonas Bronck, the man who gave his name to the Bronx. He sold his land in 1660 to Captain Richard and Colonel Lewis Morris, who c...

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  • Mosholu Branch Library

    History: The Mosholu Branch of The New York Public Library is located on 205th Street, adjacent to Whalen Park and the Perry Avenue exit of the "D" train. The branch's name comes from the Weckguasgeeck Indian word, mosholu, which has been interpreted to mean "smooth stones" ...

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  • Parkchester Branch Library

    About: The Parkchester branch of The New York Public Library serves a multiethnic neighborhood with a growing population of immigrants from India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Africa, and the Middle East. The library offer books for all ages, as well as  DVDs, CDs, and audiobo...

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  • Pelham Bay Branch Library

    History: The Pelham Bay Branch of The New York Public Library opened in 1976 with the fervent support of community leaders who fought to see it become a reality. The branch is a spacious brick building located on the corner of Middletown Road and Jarvis Avenue. It serves a p...

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  • High Bridge Branch Library

    Branch History: The High Bridge Branch of The New York Public Library has been an important part of the cultural life of the neighborhood since 1901 when it was chartered as the High Bridge Free Library. In 1908, it was incorporated into The New York Public Library and move...

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  • Bronx Library Center

    History:The Bronx Library Center is the largest public library in the Bronx, with extensive collections of print and non-print materials for adults, young adults, and children. The Latino and Puerto Rican Cultural Center is also housed here.The Fordham Library Center of The ...

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  • Hunt's Point Branch Library

    Branch History The Hunt's Point Branch of The New York Public Library, designed by Carrere and Hastings and built in the architectural style of 14th-century Florence, features spacious windows and large arches of warm red brick. It was completed in 1929 as the last of the 3...

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  • Bronx Zoo

    As the world’s largest urban zoo, the Bronx Zoo features more than 600 species. Enjoy daily penguin and sea lion feedings and more....

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  • Jerome Park Branch Library

    Branch History The Jerome Park Branch of The New York Public Library is a spacious, stone-clad building located on Eames Place, one block from the intersection of University Avenue and Kingsbridge Road. Fully accessible to people who use wheelchairs, the one-story facility ...

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  • Kingsbridge Branch Library

    Branch History Set against the backdrop of a vibrant multi-ethnic community in the Northwest Bronx, the Kingsbridge Branch of The New York Public Library has been an integral part of its neighborhood since 1905. Originally located on Kingsbridge Avenue, the branch has since...

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  • The Orchestra of the Bronx

    Our Mission:Our concerts are free of charge, enabling people of all walks of life to experience the profound beauty of the orchestral repertoire. About Us:The Orchestra of The Bronx is a fully professional orchestra made up of some of the finest instrumentalists emerging in ...

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  • Castle Hill Branch Library

    History The Castle Hill Branch of The New York Public Library, a modern spacious brick building located on Castle Hill Avenue near the corner of Bruckner Boulevard, was opened in July 1981. Fully accessible to persons who use wheelchairs, the one story facility houses an ad...

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  • New York Public Library - Clason's Point Branch

    The Clason's Point Branch of The New York Public Library, a modern spacious brick building located on Morrison Avenue between 172nd Street and Westchester Avenue, was opened in May 1974. Fully accessible to persons who use wheelchairs, the one story facility houses an adult,...

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  • Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre

    Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre (AATT) AATT is a Bronx-based contemporary modern dance company committed to creating a repertory of works that explore life on the margins of Latino and gay cultures, and to bring these works to a local, national and international audience. AATT...

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