New York City’s 25 Most Iconic Pizzerias
March 17, 2014 : Eater
In honor of Pizza Week 2014, Eater did an article featuring New York City’s 25 Most Iconic Pizzerias, and Zero Otto Nove right here in Bronx Little Italy on Arthur Avenue made the cut. Read New York City’s 25 Most Iconic Pizzerias.
Nonprofit mounts push to transform Rex Hall into the Bronx’s Lincoln Center
March 17, 2014 : Daily News
The Belmont Society of Arts & Culture envisions E. 187th Street’s Rex Hall as a cultural hub for Bronx residents, complete with cinema hall, theater space and arts programs. “It’s a platform for new voices, new artists — whether it’s film, whether it’s theater,” said artistic director Anton Evangelista of the proposed Arthur Avenue Performing Arts Center. “And it’s right in the heart of the neighborhood.” Read Nonprofit mounts push to transform Rex Hall into the Bronx’s Lincoln Center.
Arthur Avenue Performing Arts Center needs your support to open its doors!
March 13, 2014 : Rockethub
The Belmont Society of the Arts & Culture (BSOAC) and the Belmont Business Improvement District (Belmont BID) will be working together to renovate a 4,000 sq. foot space and officially name it the Arthur Avenue Performing Arts Center. The goal of the Belmont Society of Arts & Culture is to transform and split this old banquet hall into a multi-functioning space: (a) as a cinema screening facility, (b) an exhibit hall, dance, recital, and theater space, and (c) as a multi-media education center. Read Arthur Avenue Performing Arts Center.
Belmont BID: Selling Authentic Italian Traditions
March 8, 2014 : Norwood News
Norwood News interviews the Belmont BID’s Executive Director Philip Marino, and Assistant Director Alyssa Tucker about the neighborhood. They discuss what makes Bronx Little Italy authentic and how the neighborhood has changed over the years. Read Norwood News Belmont BID: Selling Authentic Italian Traditions!