Hispanic Society of America is a gold mine for Spanish Art. Its popularity isn’t up there with the Metropolitan or the Natural History Museum, but it definitely deserves its place on the pedestal of New York’s most inspiring museums. From paintings and pictures by famous Spanish artists, to albums of renowned Spanish musicians, its wide […]
Trying to reclaim Hip Hop as an informational tool Rebel Diaz is here to set a new standard for up and coming hip hop artists. Their name comes from the Spanish term for “rebellion”, which fits for the changes they’re trying to bring to the genre, by mixing models of activism with their originally inspired […]
With a passion for promoting a rich American culture, Michael Grillo takes his job as a Museum Educator seriously. An expert on American History, he impersonates historical figures like George Washington, in order to better portray a important piece of history, at the Van Cortlandt House Museum. He is involved in a tour that incorporates […]
An independent record label that has complete control of their creativity, “We Own It Records”, is diving into the music industry as a self-sustaining company. Three solo artists, Classic, P Pressure, and IMC, got together to form this company with a passion for recording and producing their own material, focusing on ownership and complete control […]
An up and coming rap artist Vaygez Blakk, looks to show the world that she can compete in a male dominated genre. Named after a comic book character she takes inspiration from lots of different things, just trying to be real, and lyrically original by writing her own music. Takia Bowe sits down with Vaygez […]
Keishorne Scott is all about being positive. As a founder of the “Be Positive Campaign” he looks to inspire the youth through various academic programs, such as after school workshops, and tutoring sessions. Errica James sits down with Mr. Scott to discuss this campaign.
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.
Today on The Concourse, our very own Tanisha and Jason get the inside scoop on New York City "Bike Life" movement. We have an exclusive interview with a doctor in Ecuador on the earthquake and the aftermath. The Concourse’s Manny has a sit down with Atlantic Records A&R exec while at Coachella music festival. And we’ll tell you what you need to know about upcoming Bronx Week. All this on The Concourse. Make sure to subscribe to Tunein.com/radio/Lehman-College-CUNY-s254125/ to stream live! … See MoreSee Less