The Concourse

Concourse Episodes:

Want to know where you can get the same assault rifle as the one used in the Texas Church Massacre – on sale – and less than an hour’s drive from the Bronx? We won’t tell you but ads in the Sunday papers will.

We have a college and professional sports round-up.

We speak with an artist who uses his music to inspire himself and those around him.

And we introduce you to our new segment “Entrepreneur Optics” with Kevin and Carlo, where each week we speak with inspiring young people who create their own opportunities to make their mark and succeed in today’s face paced business environment.

Special Halloween Segment



Episode #4



President Trump’s former campaign manager surrenders to authorities.

More Kennedy assassination secrets are exposed. Does anyone care?

Another edition of our special series “Entrepreneur Optics” with Kevin Sengara and Carlo Franciso.

Juan Labron scores an interview with ESPN’s Sports Anchor Saliel Labron.

Episode #3


Does the fall of the 2017 Yankees mean the fall of Manager Joe Gerardi?

What mysteries may be uncovered when the veil from the Kennedy Assassination files are lifted?

A local poet muses on the current state of “rape culture.”

We launch a new series called Entrepreneur Optics and we preview a Bronx Zombie Apocalypse.

Keith Murray of the Indie-Rock band “We Are Scientists” performs live in our studios.

Episode #2


Bullying leads to murder in a Bronx school, and the importance of metal detectors in city schools.

After the shooting in Vegas, do you feel safe at outdoor festivals? Our reporters get different opinions.

SNL calls out President Trump, TRL is back, Hugh Hefner dead at 91, Tom Petty off life support clings on, and Amber Rose’s “Slut Walk.”

A young entrepreneur talks about his reason for launching clothing line, his first pop-up shop event, and his Forever21 scandal.

Episode #1


This week: Bronx College scores, the Knicks unload Carmelo Anthony, #TakeAKnee goes viral after President Trump calls Kaepernick “out his name.”

Bronx native Cardi B becomes the first female hip hop artist to hit #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 in almost two decades, former Fox spin doctor Megan Kelly, debuts on NBC’s Today Show. Is anyone watching?

Kylie Jenner pregnant! Jennifer Lopez to donate $1 million to Puerto Rico, and Jay-Z declines Super Bowl halftime show. Septuagenarian artist Paul McCartney fills stadiums in a New York Concert series. A-Boogie, Jhene Aiko, and The Killers drop new releases.

What is The Concourse?

According to the Miriam Webster Dictionary it is:

1: an act or process of coming together and merging
2: a meeting produced by voluntary or spontaneous coming together
3a: an open space where roads or paths meet 3b: an open space or hall (as in a railroad terminal) where crowds gather

According to Wikipedia:

“The Grand Concourse (originally known as the Grand Boulevard and Concourse) is a major thoroughfare in the borough of the Bronx in New York City. It was designed by Louis Aloys Risse, an Alsatian immigrant who had previously worked for the New York Central Railroad and was later appointed chief topographical engineer for the New York City government.”

According the AM New York:

“It was where upwardly mobile Jewish, Irish and other immigrants flocked when they arrived here in the 1920s through the 1950s. The boulevard’s four-lane grandeur echoing Paris’ Champs d’Elysees, its architecturally stunning apartment buildings, public transit access to jobs in Manhattan and direct links to the borough’s beautiful parks made it an attractive destination for families to raise their children.”

And according to the people who live there:

It is where people from other parts of New York dreamed to live because of the classic Art Deco apartments. It was the place, where the kids who lived in five-story walk-ups knew that the rich people lived, because they had elevators, and large open courtyards to play ball in. And today it’s where the sound of gunshots can still ring out at night.

According to The Bronx Journal, it is all this and much more.

The Concourse on TheBronxJournal.com is a new experiment in radio programming. Each week, the students of the Journalism & Media Communications Programs of Lehman College tell the stories of the people, places and perspectives who make up the mosaic of the “New York City Mainland.” If it is from, about or of interest to the people of The Bronx, you will hear it on The Concourse.

Join us LIVE each Monday evening at 7:00PM EST or stream a rebroadcast any time through TheBronxJournal.com, where we meet, talk, interact and live.

On The Concourse.