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Summer’s Last Hurrah in the Bronx

Summer’s Last Hurrah in the Bronx

Bronxites weren’t quite ready to say goodbye to summer this Labor Day, with many turning up the heat on the grill or dipping in a pool or beach.

Willie Colón Performs at Lehman Center

Willie Colón Performs at Lehman Center

For the first time in 14 years, the “salsero” from Mott Haven known as “El Malo del Bronx” (the bad boy of the Bronx) returned to his old stomping grounds.

Heavy Metal with Electronics

Heavy Metal with Electronics

“Industrial music is a perspective that examines ‘progress’ through history with a sarcastic eye, or at least a skeptical one.”

Flyin’ West Opens at Lehman

Flyin’ West Opens at Lehman

It is a tale of African American pioneers, women who remake their lives in the all-black town of Nicodemus, Kansas.

Bronx River Sankofa Virtual Tour

Bronx River Sankofa Virtual Tour

Go on a virtual tour led by guide Morgan Powell, where more than 300 years of African-American and Caribbean life and culture are explored.

Christian Hip Hop: The Unknown Genre

Christian Hip Hop: The Unknown Genre

Hip-hop is one of the most successful genres of music in America today, but it has a secret sub-genre that is gaining steam—Christian hip-hop.

Mike Memphis’s Dirty Laundry

Mike Memphis’s Dirty Laundry

Mike Memphis, 48, better known as Jimmy Bones of “The Sopranos” fame, gave up fame for a gig at a Bronx laundromat.

One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure

One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure

Artist Sean Paul Gallegos deconstructs Nikes and Air Jordans to mold them into sculptures.

Train Show in the Bronx

By Rebecca Sesny CUNY Journalism School