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SoLo iN TiME: Tap Dancing Virtuoso Savion Glover

Performing in the Bronx is “beautiful and festive” said Savion Glover, who stunned the Lehman Center audience with his terrific tapping.

What to Do in the Bronx – At Night

What to Do in the Bronx – At Night

Nightlife in the Bronx is alive and well. There are enough restaurants, comedy clubs, theaters, and clubs to keep you fed, laughing, inspired, dancing, and amused.

A Prince Brings Down the House

A Prince Brings Down the House

Bronx music fans offered a rousing welcome to one of their own when Latin pop star Prince Royce gave a concert at Lovinger Theatre, with hits “Corazon Sin Cara” and his rendition of “Stand By Me.”

Bronx Church Celebrates 10 Years of Alternative Music

Bronx Church Celebrates 10 Years of Alternative Music

People came to experience what some call the “best rock scene on the East Coast.”

Freestyle Music Refuses to Die

Freestyle Music Refuses to Die

You could hear it everywhere – on the radio and throughout the club circuit; the music was inescapable. If you were in or around the Bronx in the 1980s and early 1990s, and you were Latino, then there is a definite chance that freestyle music touched your life.

Pregones: A Cultural Gem

Pregones: A Cultural Gem

It’s a place that serves to remind Latinos about who they are and where they came from, a theater where Latinos see their own lives evolving on stage.

Sexploitation in the Hip-Hop Industry

Sexploitation in the Hip-Hop Industry

Many feel the creation of a misogynistic image of black women poses a threat to the identity of black women in society and black culture in general.

Disney’s First Black Princess

Disney’s First Black Princess

Princess Tiana debuted in 2009.

Art for Thought

Art for Thought

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