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Latinos in the Film Industry

The playwright/director, Ivan Acosta discusses Latinos in the Film Industry.

Percussionist Bobby Sanabria

Percussionist Bobby Sanabria on plays for Professor Miguel Perez on The Bronx Journal.

Mary Fetchet Voices of Sept. 11

Guillermo Linares

Guillermo Linares, the mayor’s office of immigrant affairs commissioner, discusses the work the commissioner’s office does.

Back from Iraq

Back from Iraq

For many war veterans, coming home is about regaining lost time and reconnecting broken links to their lives as civilians.

Born for His Job

Born for His Job

By the time he was named the official Bronx Historian, Lloyd Ultan felt it was a job he had been preparing for all of his life.

Art for Thought

Art for Thought

African-American artists use history to infuse feeling into their work at the Westchester Arts Councils Gallery.

Leyendo a Vallejo en Inglés

Leyendo a Vallejo en Inglés

You suffer, you endure and again you suffer

horribly,

miserable ape,

Darwin’s lad.

– De César Vallejo, “El Alma que sufrió de ser su cuerpo, traducido por Clayton Eshleman

Mise Agus an Ghaeilge

Mise Agus an Ghaeilge

“The Irish Language and I,” one woman recalls growing up in Ireland and her relationship to her two mother tongues: Gaelic and English.