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City Island's close proximity to Yankee Stadium, along with The NY Mets and other home teams, makes this one of the top cities in the country for major leaguel sports. After all, the Big Apple has a total of nine professional sports teams that make up a list of the who’s who in sports history. Between the Mets, Yankees, Jets, Giants, and the Knicks, New York City also counts some of the most wildly-committed sports fanatics to enjoy these games.
CIMAGES wishes to congratulate City Island's Barbara Dolensek, along with 24 other local ladies, who were awarded 2011 Bronx Influential Women. For over thirty years, Barbara has been an active and proud resident of City Island. The local widow is an editor to at the City Island Current, where she is dedicated to this unique community.
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After days of denials, US Rep. Anthony Weiner has confessed about tweeting a photo of his bulging underpants to a young woman, and he also admitted to "inappropriate" exchanges with six other women before and after his marriage. Although he apologized for lying he was defiant about keeping his job and said he wouldn't quit.
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The Annual City Island Art and Crafts Fair was a wonderful event to attend, if you happened to be fortunate enough to visit that charming community on this lovely weekend. Local residents and visitors enjoyed strolling along several blocks along both sides of City Island Ave. There was lots of interesting merchandise on display and also for sale, live music and as always, many local restaurants serving fresh and delicious sea food.
Jimmy Vacca is a life-long resident of the Bronx. He was born and raised in nearby Pelham Bay and educated in the New York City public school system, where he attended P.S. 71, J.H.S. 101, and then Christopher Columbus High School. Jimmy earned his bachelors degree from the State University of New York, and a Masters degree in Urban Studies from CUNY Queens College.
The two day City Island Fair was a success this year. The weather was fabulous and so was the attendance.
One of the people who enjoyed the event was NYC Council member Jimmy Vacca, who was accompanied by a higher ranking VIP. No it was not Mayor Bloomberg, Governor Cuomo, or President Obama. That attractive and delightful lady who arrived with our favorite councilman was none other than his proud mom.
Our nation's oldest baby boomers have begun turning 65 this year. While some have already retired and others will work for years to come, they stand to reshape retirement, just as they did every other stage of their lives. That's especially true when it comes to where to live: While the previous generation might have been happy to put aside careers and seek out an endless summer in Florida or Arizona, no single approach to retirement is going to work for this diverse bunch. This group has too much going on: They're educated; many love to travel; they're active, curious, and social. So as we went in search of the best place to retire, we recommend the city for the urban-inclined, a park side town for lovers of the outdoors, and a beach destination for lovers of the water and sun worshipers. After all, if baby boomers hate one thing, it's being boxed in. Now, even in their golden years, they don't have to be.
Retirees don't have to trade in fun in the sun and golf for life in the big city and the convenience of having stores and amenities in close proximity. New York City has seen an influx of the over-65 set. When it comes to city living, though, it's hard to beat City Island for its size, quality of life, culture, and abundance of outdoor activities. For those who want to continue to work, it's particularly ideal: The area is home to plenty of start-ups hungry for your business advice.