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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.

Los Latinos Miran la TV in English o En Espanol?

Los Latinos Miran la TV in English o En Espanol?

Un nuevo movimiento esta tratando de convencer a Nielsen para que cambie las estrategias utilizadas en las encuestas.

Raunchy Radio Goes to War

Raunchy Radio Goes to War

In the city’s Latino community, it seems that everywhere you go, people are tuned in to the Spanish-language “shock radio” program.

Can Lighting Strike Twice?

Can Lighting Strike Twice?

The Lehman College Lady Lightning basketball team is out to prove that its impressive performance was no fluke.

Reporter’s Roundtable

Bronx Journal reporters and producers discuss the work that goes into making the Bronx Journal what it is.

Lady Lightning Basketball Team

An interview with the Lady Lightnings, the Lehman College woman’s basketball team.

Pregones Theatre

Professor Miguel Perez talks to Rosalba Rolon, artistic director Pregones, a longstanding Hispanic theater in the Bronx.