The Bronx Beat 2/27/95
angered by proposed budget cuts trekking to Albany to protest.
in empowerment zone grants putting ideas in heads of boro residents.
Rent subsidies slow in coming
from backlogged Housing Authority.
Gospel rapper Disciple spreading the word.
Superstores on the horizon
if proposed zoning change passes.
Fatal shooting in Mount Hope bodega
shakes up neighborhood.
Cash at last!
Automatic teller machine comes to Hunts Point.
Residents complain of police brutality
at Civilian Complaint Review Board hearing.
Security to be tightened
at Port Morris impound facility by DOT.
Artist, recovered from coma,
is back in local arts scene.
Off-off-off-off Broadway theater
in Little Italy offers new fare and great seats.
Man who threatened to jump off a bridge
while talking on Howard Stern's radio show interviewed.
Mostly white Hall of Fame for Great Americans
on college campus causes no stir.
Local youth groups reeling
after Giuliani's plan to cut another $19M from Dept. of Youth Services.
Metal detectors and armbands
greet kids at local Discovery Zone.
Fire boxes spared
after judge blocks their removal.
Pushcarts pushed to brink
as new city law prohibits multiple ownership.
Claremont Neighborhood Centers
laying off workers due to shrinking funds.
Land auction finding no takers:
Bronx buildings and lots unattractive investments now.
Feminist art featured in Bronx Museum of the Arts exhibit.
Police Explorers club
helps kids make it through the rough streets.
Flavor Flav's trial
in a Bronx court comes to an end; verdict not announced yet.
The Bronx Beat
, February 27, 1995