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BreakBeat Poets Honor Birthplace of Hip-Hop Culture

BreakBeat Poets Honor Birthplace of Hip-Hop Culture

The Bronx Museum hosted a performance in celebration of a hip hop anthology.

Oh Sit! 14 Sculptors Consider the Chair

Oh Sit! 14 Sculptors Consider the Chair

Exhibit organizers say the point of the collection is to get New Yorkers to really consider the concept of a chair. “In a frantic world, finding a chair can be almost impossible and settling comfortably into one can be an enormous satisfaction.”

Celebrating African Roots

Celebrating African Roots

New Yorkers gathered for the 46th annual African Day Parade in Harlem.

Young Lords Recall 1970 Hospital Takeover

Young Lords Recall 1970 Hospital Takeover

Members involved in the 24-hour takeover of Lincoln Hospital in 1970 reflect on the occupation’s impact on medical care in New York City.

Light and Dark Magic of Palo Mayombe

Light and Dark Magic of Palo Mayombe

Bronxites turn to this Afro-Cuban religion for guidance and to resolve problems such as a cheating spouse or legal difficulties.

Wave Hill Garden Highlights

Wave Hill Garden Highlights

Nature lovers descend on Wave Hill when trees and flowers start to bloom.

The Struggle and Triumph of 1520 Sedgwick

The Struggle and Triumph of 1520 Sedgwick

The Bronx “birth place of hip hop” gets a makeover.

Adventures in Facebook Friending

Adventures in Facebook Friending

This unique way of growing one’s digital inner circle creates moments that can be awkward and unnerving.

“Documented”

“Documented”

A 2013 documentary that tells the story of undocumented immigrants who live in the shadows of society.