Post Tagged with: "Bronx Museum of the Arts"

Culture / Food

Coquitos contest conjures up a taste of Puerto Rico

The Bronx coquito qualifier at Bronx Music Heritage Center, taken by Debbie Quiñones  .

The creamy, rum and coconut-based drink is not only a signal that the holiday season is upon us, it is a ritual that each family has a secret recipe for.

Art / Culture

Local clothing brand looks to make its mark

Founder Amaurys Grullon vlogs Bronx Native's team meeting.

Bronx Native, a clothing line created by a brother and sister team from Longwood, uses design to promote the borough and its people.

Art / Culture

Pilot program announced to launch local arts initiatives

Six South Bronx groups will receive grants to help them extend cultural programming in their communities, as part of a new pilot program.


Photography club keeps the art form accessible

Giacomo and David Delgado at work.

By encouraging photography of Bronx scenes and organizing free exhibitions at which to display the resulting work, the group seeks to improve residents’ appreciation of their borough.

Art / Culture

Graffiti gurus’ legend grows

Hector "Nicer" Nazario at work in Tats Cru's studio.

Tats Cru will be honored at the Bronx Museum of the Arts on March 2 for their contributions to the local arts scene. The group police used to tell to ‘get moving,’ continues to rack up the accolades.

Art / Business

Bronx streetscapes take center stage

Bronx streetscapes take center stage

Emilio Sanchez made his first trek down Hunts Point’s Food Center Drive in 1988, when he was 67, to an art gallery in the caverns of the Krasdale Foods complex where his art was being shown. His friend Sig Balka, general attorney for Krasdale and art connoisseur, was showing Sanchez’s […]

Crime / Education / Environment / Housing / News / Parks / Politics

In the news, June 21-28

In the news, June 21-28

Starting July 5, 16 lucky teens will build a wooden rowboat, take it on a five-day trip and get paid for it, as Rocking the Boat launches its summer program. Another 20 youngsters will explore the estuaries surrounding the Bronx, learning navigation techniques and working to improve the ecological health […]