After two years of hard work from a diverse range of Bronx community members, I’m happy to report that Boogie on the Boulevard (formerly known as Car Free Sundays) is coming back to the Grand Concourse! Please join us and help spread the word about these great events!
By: Erin Clarke for NY1 Link to original article and video A popular event from the past is being revived that will close the Grand Concourse for three days this summer and turn it into a wide thoroughfare open for recreation. NY1’s Erin Clarke filed the following report. No vehicles, not even one, will passContinue reading “‘Boogie on the Boulevard’ to Turn Grand Concourse Into Thoroughfare for Recreation”
Bronx organizers and business leaders hope to bring ‘Boogie on the Boulevard’ to Grand Concourse nearly two decades after the pedestrian-friendly event was axed by Giuliani administration BY JOEY SCARBOROUGH / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS A beloved Grand Concourse tradition put on hold under Rudy Giuliani may be revived for the first time in two decades ifContinue reading “Community leaders looking to restore Bronx tradition by bringing ‘Boogie on the Boulevard’ to Concourse Village”
by Stephen Miller for Streetsblog It’s been an on-again, off-again tradition for at least two decades: Turning the center lanes of the Grand Concourse into a car-free space for stress-free walking, biking and exercise. With an overwhelming vote of support from Community Board 4 earlier this week, it seems this tradition is poised for a return thisContinue reading “A Bronx Blast From the Past: Car-Free Grand Concourse Gets CB 4 Support”