Food

  • Touro College on Global Health Mission in India

    Dipan Ray, Ph.D., director of practice experience at Touro College of Pharmacy in Harlem (middle), and Ravi Shah, a doctor of pharmacy (Pharm.D.) candidate at the College (right), work together to interview a patient at a makeshift “health camp” in New Delhi.

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  • Community News 03-06-13

    Moving into its third year of existence here in New York City, CATCH Healthy Habits paired teams of volunteers age 50 and over, with kids in grades K-5 to teach them fun and constructive ways to be active and healthy. This March, after serving communities in The Bronx, the inter-generational program will...

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  • Patria, de cada día

    El aroma afilado se cierne. Inclino mi cabeza y acerco mi nariz. Me asomo por encima del borde de la pequeña taza blanca y me atrevo respirar profundamente. El rico perfume es ...In-English

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  • Nitín: A sweet classic

    Got a sweet tooth? The best cure in town is Nitín Bakery. In fact, it is the best cure in two towns. The first Nitín Bakery was founded decades ago in Santo Domingo. “I’d say 45 or 50 years ago,” projected Atilano Blandino. While there is someone in Santo Domingo who knows precisely how old the original Repostería Nitín is, like many legends, the...

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  • Open Wide: It’s National Children’s Dental Health Month
    YUM: Es el Mes Nacional de la Salud Dental Infantil

    Believe it or not, your child’s dental health is just as important as the annual physical, the haircut appointments, and the seasonal shopping ...
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  • To the last drop: el sancocho vegano

    Hasta la última gota: el sancocho vegetariano

    Quinoa, asparagus, brussel sprouts, curry sauce. And sancocho, the classic meat-based stew of many a Latin Caribbean home. Any sense of ...
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  • Love at home
    Amor en casa

    El día señalado del calendario para celebrar el amor y la pasión, así como para suspirar por ello, está a la vuelta de la esquina. Según la Asociación Nacional de Minoristas, los estadounidenses ...
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  • Sunkofa: A fresh take on taste

    Sunkofa, a local gift shop in the Claremont Village area of the Bronx, is known for its wide selection of cultural products. But this past Jan. 21, the storeowners welcomed customers to check out the store’s latest unique offering—a newly added café and juice bar. That it was also Martin Luther King Jr. Day made for an even more meaningful celebration.

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  • UC Recap Nov 26- Dec 1

    The holidays are upon us and while many of us are busy either celebrating, preparing to celebrate or buying gifts for loved ones, there are many in our neighborhood that could use a little Christmas cheer. Enter Operation Toys For Cocktails: From now until midnight on...

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  • Silky smooth, and cold as ice
    Sedoso suave y frio como el hielo

    Mientras que el momento de pavonearse en su traje de baño ya se fue por este año, aun es el tiempo de mantenerse con el trópico.
    In-English

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  • UC Recap: November 19 – November 24

    We started the week with the sweet news that Uptown’s own Carrot Top Pastries was voted #1 for Carrot Cake in all of New York City by the NY Daily News. The Uptown Hip-Hop movement is really beginning to make some noise...

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  • Mambo at La Marina
    Mambo en La Marina

    Celestina Yavilia swayed to the sound of the mambo, moving her hips in rhythm and her feet in step. Her regular dancing partner was completely ignored. “When I listen to music, it cures me,”...
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  • MT Community 11.28.12

    El Teatro de Niños Pied Piper de la ciudad de Nueva York con sede en Inwood presentará la obra de Shakespeare ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. Niños entre las edades de 10 a 18 están envueltos...
    In-English

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  • A giveaway and gratitude at the Cathedral

    Michael Pérez had been waiting in line for over an hour outside the United Palace Theater and Cathedral. Was there a show? A sermon? No. At the other end of a line that wrapped around the block was the centerpiece of the holiday meal for many: the turkey...

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  • Sandy’s hook, sweet and smooth

    Franklin Pimentel knows Superstorm Sandy’s strength well. The storm’s punches left him without power the days following her steamroll through town. “I had to drink martinis to keep warm,” he said with a laugh...

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  • UC Recap: Nov 12 – Nov 17

    We started the week with a thought-provoking opinion piece by John Paul Infante on the need to go beyond Marriage Equality legislation and to bring people together so we can better understand each other. Uptown resident, Octavio Blanco, and a few other hardy souls from Uptown and beyond, decided to take part in the grassroots efforts to help out those affected by Hurricane Sandy in Far Rockaway recently...

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