March 2023

Titanic Tour in the Bronx

Did you know that Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx is the final resting place to more Titanic passengers than any other site in the United States? Each year the cemetery hosts trolley tours on their grounds highlighting important figures who are buried in the over 400 acre cemetery, showcasing their beautiful landscape, and more. On Saturday April 15 and Sunday April 16, Woodlawn’s Director of Historical Services Susan Olsen is

Orchid Nights at the New York Botanical Garden + Giveaway

It’s that time of year again! The Orchid Show is back at the New York Botanical Garden for the 20th year in the Bronx. This year’s show, Orchid Show: Natural Heritage is designed by artist Lily Kwong and presents a meditative and captivating design inspired by her ancestral connections to the natural world. On select nights during The Orchid Show, adults 21 and over can experience the exhibition through Orchid Nights,

Celebrating St. Joseph's Day in the Bronx

The feast of St. Joseph’s Day is coming up on March 19th and there’s no better place to celebrate than here in the Bronx in Little Italy! If you’re unfamiliar with St. Joseph’s Day, it’s the day that Italian Catholics honor Joseph, husband to the Virgin Mary. It also happens to be when Italy celebrates Father’s Day. In addition, if your name is Joseph or Josephine, you will be celebrating

Children's author from the Bronx celebrates vibrant Dominican culture

Luz Maria Mack is a Dominican children’s book writer living in the vibrant South Bronx. She write stories celebrating culture and language while affirming children. Inspired by my amazing husband and three beautiful children, she has won the Best Animated Short Film at Bridge Fest, and her book “¡Pequeña Maria Descubre su baile!” (Little Maria discovers her dance!) was featured on PBS’s Chat and Learn program. She’s also collaborate with