Patrick Wall

Reporter/Producer @patrick_wall pwall@dnainfo.com

Patrick Wall is a DNAinfo reporter/producer covering the South Bronx.

As a freelance journalist, Patrick has written for many publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Crain’s New York Business, City Limits and others.  He has also interned at The New York Times for the City Room blog, and at The Christian Science Monitor’s New York bureau.

Patrick earned a master’s degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame.

Before he was a journalist, Patrick was a teacher.  He taught fourth grade for two years in the South Side of Chicago through the Teach For America program.

Originally from Ohio, Patrick now lives in Harlem.

Fun Fact: Patrick studied film in college.  After he appeared in one classmate’s film, he was never again asked to act in a movie.

South Bronx »

October 21, 2013

Bronx Principal Ellen Flanagan Conducts Research and Cracks Jokes

Now a principal, Flanagan began her career teaching and studying middle school students.

Fordham & Tremont »

October 10, 2013

Crotona Park Pups Have Nowhere to Run, Owners Say

Desperate owners are calling for a fenced-in dog run at the largest park in the South Bronx.

South Bronx »

October 9, 2013

BankNote Building Tears Down Mural as Artists Leave and City Moves In

A dance group is moving out and workers are tearing down murals as a city agency prepares to move in.

South Bronx »

October 7, 2013

'Dangerous' East 168th Street Stairs to be Repaired by City

The $2.2 million restoration of the public stairway will start next summer and end in the fall of 2015.

South Bronx »

October 4, 2013

Hunts Point Had Nearly as Few Shootings as Riverdale Until a Recent Spree

Five shootings in September threatened to shatter an unusually calm period in Hunts Point and Longwood.

South Bronx »

October 4, 2013

Sculptures Made of Jars, Crates, Coins and Rope Fill the Bronx Museum

A retrospective of work by Tony Feher opens Sunday at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.

Fordham & Tremont »

October 3, 2013

Fordham Business Students Ride in an Electric Car to Study Sustainability

Students in Michael Pirson's sustainable-business class got to test ride a Tesla Model S.

South Bronx »

October 2, 2013

Longboarder Dies When School Bus Hits Her in The Bronx, Witnesses Say

Genielle Laboriel, 21, died in a collision with a school bus on Melrose Avenue on Wednesday, cops said.