as well have
held the 61st
in the Boogie Down Bronx with the number of Bronxites that won, were honored, or
big event in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 10." Read all
about it in the
Bronx Living Legends Concert: Luz Soliz On
Saturday, March 23rd, from 7:00 -
9:00PM. Join Hostos Center for the Arts &
Culture as we honor artist and activist
Luz Soliz, best known for her well-stablished dance troupes and for
serving as a champion of the Garifuna
culture through music, dance and
language. Performances by Wabafu
Garifuna Jazz Ensemble
"IT'S THE BRONX," a celebration of Bronx hustle is a
festival, designed by Round Seven to proudly showcase the
talent and innovative spirit that embodies our borough by
way of music, art, media, and food. The festival takes place
at the newly renovated Union Crossing Bronx building on
March 23-24, 2019.
Bronx Music Heritage Center presents The New School
Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra on Sunday, March 31st from 6 -
8 PM. The Mambo Kids are back. 8x Grammy nominee
Bobby Sanabria directs the orchestra that plays big band
mambo, jazz and beyond.
Jenny From The Block
Album: This is Me... Then
Don't be fooled by the rocks that I got
I'm still, I'm still Jenny from the block
Used to have a little, now I have a lot
No matter where I go I know where I
came from (From the Bronx)
U.S. Justice Sotomayer, a native
the Bronx, throws
out first pitch at Yankee Game.
On May 4, 2015 President Obama
came all the way to The Bronx as he revealed to the
students of Lehman College his lifelong mission: to help
minorities escape the trap that can lead to alienation,
violence and death. - photo
by Susan Watts Pool for the Daily News
\The Edgar Allen Poe Cottage built c.1812, is
listed on the National
Register of Historic Places. The historic
house museum is the final home of the writer.
Find Poe Park events
Bronx Museum of the Arts upcoming events
Public school Students are invited to enter The Toby Nussbaum Jewish Heritage-NY2019 Writing Contest
with their interpretation of Machloket L’shem
Shamayim: Constructive Conflicts. In
Jewish tradition, Constructive Conflict means advocating for
one’s needs and opinions while taking into account
consideration of the opposing needs and opinions of others.
Conflicts turn destructive when one side attempts to advance
its needs or opinions without acknowledging opposing needs
and opinions. Interpretation of experiences of other
religious, ethnic, and cultural groups, past and present, in
New York and America are welcome. Entries must be received by Tuesday, April 30, 2019.
Full information and details
should be seen and heard. Open call for teen art at the
Bronx Museum of the Arts:
We want to hear what our fellow
young people have to say! What’s your take on the highs and
lows of being a teen today? What’s on your mind for the year
2019? What experiences stand out? What are the issues you
care about? Share your creative interpretations of this
theme. Selected artworks will be exhibited at the Bronx
Museum in May 2019. DEADLINE
Sunday, March 10, 2019
Continuing Education & Workforce Development Department at
Hostos Community College
offers educational, career, and personal
development opportunities designed to address the needs of
the South Bronx, Bronx, and Upper Manhattan communities.
Our programs will give you the skills to do the job:
Visit the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum in
Pelham Bay, both a
New York City and national landmark celebrating more
years of history.
See their events
online directory is designed
Bronx artists to curators, art enthusiasts, businesses and
other artists worldwide. "It is totally multi-cultural and
includes all different mediums.
Call for Bronx Artists: Montefiore is
seeking to purchase
original artwork for key public locations at multiple
medical center locations.This call is open to all artists
working and/or residing in the Bronx.
Find out more...
Whether you do or you
don't, you will be delighted to catch up with Historian
Bill Twomey's feature celebrating the glory of The Bronx, New
"This is Bronx Music..."
The Bronx Music
Heritage Center is about Restoring pride of
place through music.
Visit BMHC for upcoming events