Some sixty guests heard a panel comprised of leaders of the graffiti movement, as they reminisced about the rise and fall of tagging on trains, NYPD’s war on graffiti and the acceptance of the art form abroad.
French director’s latest features local high schoolers Academy Award-winning French filmmaker Michel Gondry is known for blending the real and the surreal, but for a group of young people from Hunts Point, his latest movie is an especially intriguing mix of fantasy and reality. Several local teens make their screen [...]
Seis del Sur show emphasizes South Bronx’s vibrancy Among the hundreds of people who jammed the Bronx Documentary Center on Jan. 19 for the opening of the exhbibit “Seis Del Sur: Dispatches from Home by Six Nuyorican Photographers” were many who looked at the photos and saw their own past. [...]
The streets of Hunts Point and Longwood were alive with performers showcasing their Latin heritage through dance and song on Oct. 6. Eighty-eight performers came together as part of PASEO, a long-anticipated street festival, featuring prominent names like Arthur Aviles, who danced on a window ledge, and Ramon Ramos Alayo [...]