By Rachelle Anthony The annual Tribeca Family Film Festival stretched more than 10 blocks long on April 26th and offered free film screenings, a walkthrough of celebrity movie trailers, and sporting events. There was an activity for every member of the family. The Studios BackLot featured celebrity movie trailers, action camera vehicles, steadicam and green […]
A multi-talented artist born and raised in the Bronx; A. Lyric, a poet, singer songwriter, and actress, stops by The Bronx Journal to talk about her influences. In 2011, A. Lyric published her first poetry chapbook “Love and all its shades, not your grandmothers love poems” and is working on a new installment titled, “The […]
A federal program implemented at the state level now threatens to split immigrant families, deport people for minor offenses, and even lead to racial profiling. It’s called Secure Communities and its just one of the programs that activist, Yajaira Saavedra, fights to eliminate. Yajaira is the Policy Director of Dream Scholar, a program dedicated to […]
Straight out of the red hook projects section of Brooklyn, and featured on NBC New York, CNN, The Daily News, author Torrey Maldonado has captured the mind of adolescents growing up in one of New York’s toughest neighborhoods.