May 2022

Make your own pizza creation in the Bronx

What are your favorite pizza toppings? If you love creating your own topping combinations, then plan an upcoming visit to Pizza Studio in the Bronx. This eatery lets you create your own individual personally designed pizza made to order with fresh ingredients. Starting at $5.99, guests can choose their own crust, sauce, cheese, and toppings. There are even gluten free and cauliflower crust options available. Pizza Studio is located in

How to zipline across the Bronx River

Looking for something fun and adventurous to do in the Bronx? Grab some friends and head to the Bronx Zoo for an afternoon of climbing and zipping along the trees at the Bronx Zoo’s Treetop Adventure. I recently visited with some friends for the Climb & Zip experience- an aerial ropes course along with a 400 foot zipline ride across the Bronx River and back. We checked in for our

Documentary highlights literary crisis in the Bronx

It’s hard to believe that in a borough of 1.5 million people, the Bronx only has a single brick and mortar bookstore. And at one moment, it had none. Once upon a time I would take my daughter for playdates at the Barnes & Noble in Bay Plaza- I’d grab a coffee with mom friends while we read books to our little ones on the floor of the children’s section.

Bronx Week 2022: How to Celebrate the Bronx

Beginning on May 5th, there will be a series of events from every sector of the community including senior activities, small business networking, family, health, finance, and more to celebrate the amazing borough of the Bronx. After two weeks of fun events across the borough, Bronx Week culminates in a Black-tie gala honoring this year’s Bronx Walk of Fame Inductees on Saturday May 14. To purchase tickets click here. The

Piazza di Belmont: Outdoor Dining in The Bronx Little Italy

Ready to dine al fresco in The REAL Little Italy? Piazza di Belmont is back! Starting on May 6 to Sunday, September 25, 2022, head to Arthur Avenue in The Bronx to enjoy outdoor dining and even catch a live acapella group! Arthur Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic from East 186th St to Crescent Ave from 6pm to 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and 3pm to 9pm on Sundays.