Day: June 3, 2019

Watch: BronxNet Coverage of Bronx Moms Nite Out

Watch: BronxNet Coverage of Bronx Moms Nite Out


Check it out! Thanks to BronxNet for the awesome coverage of this year’s 2019 Bronx Moms Nite Out at the Mall at Bay Plaza. We had an amazing time and we hope everyone in attendance did too! And a special thank you to everyone involved in making this year’s event a hit!

Until next year….

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Published at Mon, 20 May 2019 21:56:37 +0000

5 Places to Enjoy a Spring or Summer Picnic in the Bronx

5 Places to Enjoy a Spring or Summer Picnic in the Bronx

When it comes to dining outdoors, good views can come at a price. Unless you think outside of the box. So order a cute picnic basket and check out our favorite places in the Bronx to enjoy an impromptu picnic- just don’t forget the bubbly!

Ferry Point Park

This is one of my favorite places to bring my hammock, our grill, and enjoy dinner on the water. With a view of the East River, the Whitestone Bridge, and the planes taking off and landing at Laguardia- it’s the perfect place to enjoy with family. There’s also plenty of space to ride scooters or bikes, and a parking lot right across the road.

10 Hutchinson River Pkwy

Orchard Beach

Okay, so this one is a given- but you can’t leave the beach out! Sneak out for lunch during the week- especially before the hot summer days- and you might just have a stretch of sand all to yourself. Want to impress the wife? Grab a tray table, two folding chairs, some seafood from City Island, and enjoy a waterfront dinner with your toes in the sand.

Soundview Park

With plenty of bike trails inside this 205 acre park, there are also lots of little spots to stop and enjoy a waterfront picnic along the way. Situated on Clason Point, this is where the Bronx River flows into the East River.

Bronx River, Bronx River Ave. bet. Lafayette Ave., Surf Dr.

Pelham Bay Park

You’ll find plenty of grilling going on in Pelham Bay Park, but sometimes a picnic is where it’s at. For my oldest’s 11th birthday, we hung up a cute canopy and put down a cute picnic blanket with some boho style pillows. We then gave each girl a cute flower headband and let the girl talk commence.

Watt Avenue &, Middletown Rd

Baretto Point Park

Throw down a picnic blanket and enjoy views of the Manhattan skyline and the East River. When it gets too hot, walk over to the Floating Pool Lady and enjoy a swim during the pool season.

Viele Ave, The Bronx

That’s just a few of our favorite places to create our own magical escape in the big city. What are some of your favorite outdoor places to enjoy picnics or time outdoors? Share in the comments below!

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Published at Thu, 23 May 2019 17:02:40 +0000

Building Collapses In The Bronx

Building Collapses In The Bronx

Dozens of Bronx residents have been evacuated from their homes after a partial building collapse. The FDNY and Department of Buildings are on the scene at 1406 Prospect Avenue in the Charlotte Gardens section of the borough. CBS2’s Matt Kozar reports.

Disturbing video: Man shot in botched mob hit in Bronx, police say

Disturbing video: Man shot in botched mob hit in Bronx, police say

A reputed mobster from the Bronx survived a point-blank ambush on Friday morning.

The ambush happened 6:30 a.m. along Tierney Place in Throggs Neck. A red Nissan sedan made a u-turn, eventually stopping near the home of alleged mobster Salvatore Zottola.

Zottola stepped out of his parked mini-van and ran for cover as a gunman emerged from the car and started firing. The 41-year-old eventually made his way back to the car and took off. He then began rolling in the street as the gunman continued to fire just feet away. The harrowing scene was all caught on tape.

Somehow, Zottola survived the ambush with gunshot wounds to his chest and right hand, and a graze wound to the head. He was taken to the hospital in critical, but stable condition.


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