November 2020

Free Thanksgiving Dinners from the DOE

  The holidays are approaching and many New Yorkers continue to struggle with unemployment, food insecurity, and the impact of COVID. Thankfully, the Office of Food & Nutrition Services has announced that it will be serving Thanksgiving dinners to go (frozen to cook at home) will be served on 11/23, 11/24, and 11/25 for pick up from 9am-12pm and 3pm-5pm. The Bronx locations are listed below: South Bronx 07168 P.S.

Decor Must Haves to Turn Your Space into a Cozy Winter Lodge

Cozy Inspo While winter usually brings out the homebody in even the most social beings, this year certainly takes the cake. If you’re like most of us, you’ve spent the last few months purging, organizing, redecorating, or simply dreaming of the perfect space. And what is more perfect during the holiday season than cozy blankets, buffalo plaid prints, and cute mugs to sip something warm in (or something to warm

10 Thanksgiving Dessert Ideas from Local Bronx Businesses

  While large Thanksgiving gatherings might not be possible this year, everyone still deserves a large plate of delicious food after the year that we’ve had. And don’t forget the dessert! Luckily, the Bronx has no shortage of bakeries and mom & pop shops to choose a variety of options from. So if your budget allows, try supporting a local business where you’ll find gourmet sweets of all kinds to

Exciting Additions to Nostalgic Holiday Lights at The Bronx Zoo + Promo Code

With the year we’ve had, it’s no wonder so many of us are looking forward to the holidays to lift our spirits. There’s just something about the lights, the music, and the excitement on kid’s faces that bring cheer to even the most Scrooge worthy year. So we are super excited that the family-favorite holiday tradition of Holiday Lights will once again be returning to the Bronx Zoo! On select

NYC Parks Hosts Virtual Community Input Meetings

NYC Parks is inviting Bronx and Queens residents to participate in virtual community input meetings to discuss the upcoming renovations at Seton Park in the Bronx, and Evergreen Park and Playground Sixty-Two in Queens. Each community input meeting is open to the public and will provide opportunities for residents to safely voice their ideas and help plan the futures of their neighborhood parks. Register for your local meeting to help