CRESPO VISITS YESHIVA UNIVERSITY HS
Assemblyman Marcos Crespo visited MTA Yeshiva University High School for Boys on
Wednesday, February 20 to meet with students and faculty and watch learning come to life
in the MTA STEM Lab.
Assemblyman Crespo (2nd from l) learned a valuable lesson from a few students.
Photo courtesy of Group Gordon
ST. BARNABAS H.S.’S INT’L DAY OF WOMEN
DAY OF SERVICE’
Habitat for Humanity New York City participated
in the Habitat for Humanity’s 20th annual
‘Building Dream Day of Service’ on Sunday,
February 24 at 1185 Anderson Avenue to
honor the memory of the late Rev. Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr.
BRONX TIMES R 38 EPORTER, MARCH 1-7, 2019 BTR
The City Island Theater Group presented ‘A Few Good Men’ from Friday, February 22 to Sunday,
March 3. Directed by Elizabeth Paldino, the production’s cast included Benjamin Beruh
as William Santiago, Phil Dante as Dr. Walter Stone, Dennis DeLeo as Isaac Whitaker, Scott
Harwood as Sam Weinberg, Gary Krigsman as Judge Julius Randolph, Thomas Losito as
lawyer/corporal Dunn/sergeant at arms, Dakota Martin as Joanne Galloway, Robert McEvily
as Jack Ross, Jack McGuirk as Jeffrey Howard, Joseph Montano as Matthew Markinson,
Kenneth Murphy as Louden Downey, Armand Paganelli as Nathan Jessup, Nick Rueger as
corporal Howard/M.P., Michael Sorge as Tom/orderly, John Squires as Daniel Kaffee, Greg
Weiss as Harold Dawson and Tom Weppler as Jonathan Kendrick.
The cast of A Few Good Men. Photo by Fernando Justiniano
(front, l-r) Dr. Patricia Devine, Montefi ore New Rochelle; Dr. Tameka Farrell, Rye
Country Day School; Karen Ingerman and Dr. Adeline Seah of Wildlife Conservation Society;
Jessica Wilson, Manhattan College School of Engineering; Dr. Barbara Ambrose, NY Botanical
Garden, (back, l-r) St. Barnabas High School’s assistant principal Fran Dziuma; chair of Science
Department Ellen D’Andrea; Bintou Soumaoro; Natasha Owusu; principal Theresa Napoli;
Derryn James; Paula Pilumaj and science teacher Dionne Robinson.
Photo courtesy of St. Barnabas High School
CITY ISLAND THEATER’S A FEW GOOD MEN
St. Barnabas High School hosted ‘International Day of Women and Girls in Science’ on Monday,
February 11 in tandem with the United Nations.
GJONAJ HONORS ST. BENEDICT’S POSTER WINNERS
Councilman Mark Gjonaj congratulated St. Benedict’s School students Ashima Bacchus,
Grade 3; Kaylee Maisonette, Grade 4; Lauren Dominguez, Grade 5; Logan Schorr, Grade 6;
Anthony Musachio, Grade 6; Mikaela Pagan, Grade 7 and Rachel Evans, Grade 8, on being
named this years’ winners of his offi ce’s Black History Month Poster Contest.
Councilman Gjonaj thanked this year’s winners for their creative works.
Photo courtesy of Councilman Mark Gjonaj’s Offi ce
(l-r) Kristy, Briana Alvarez, David Hammarstrom
and others volunteered their time
painting and revitalizing an affordable co-op
building. Photo by Richard Acevedo