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Where Love is Illegal

Where Love is Illegal

An exhibit documents experiences of the LGBT+ community who have survived discrimination and abuse.

A Street is Named for Slain Teen

A Street is Named for Slain Teen

Bathgate Avenue was renamed after stabbing victim Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz.

Little Albania

Little Albania

The Albanian community in the Bronx is growing, along with restaurants offering traditional cuisine.

Responding to Tragedy

Responding to Tragedy

New Yorkers show their support for those impacted by the Pittsburgh attack in a synagogue.

A Tribute to the Queen of Salsa

A Tribute to the Queen of Salsa

The Woodlawn Cemetery event featured Celia’s costumes, wigs, stage hats, shoes, personal photographs and a documentary video.

Submerge Marine Science Festival

Submerge Marine Science Festival

New Yorkers flocked to the Hudson for a celebration of coastal waters and marine life.

The Bronx Speaks: Dreamers

The Bronx Speaks: Dreamers

Dreamer’s art is a creative expression of participants’ experience as undocumented immigrants.

Co-op City Residents Celebrate Their Heritage

Co-op City Residents Celebrate Their Heritage

“We all know that being Latino is diverse. We come in all kinds of music.”

Ego Obscura

Ego Obscura

The provocative work of Japanese artist Yasumasa Morimura.