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Starting July 5th, New York City’s largest performing arts festival, SummerStage, will kick off their Bronx season.
From Latin Jazz to Hip Hop to Opera, Crotona and St Mary’s Parks will be lit with music!
AMC’s upcoming series, ‘Feed the Beast’, starring ‘Friends’ star David Schwimmer is about a widower (and a single father) who’s dream is to open up a restaurant in The Bronx.
It’s been almost a year since Netfilx and Baz Lurhman announced that they were embarking on producing a series based in the South Bronx in the 1970s as hip-hop was emergency, disco was reigning supreme alongside Salsa, and of course—The Bronx was burning. Now here’s a sneak peek at the series as Netflix puts out the first trailer for ‘The Get Down’.
Netflix simply writes, “Told through the lives and music of a ragtag crew of South Bronx teens, The Get Down is a mythic saga of the transformation of 1970s New York City.
Baron Ambrosia and Bronx Flavor presents a holiday special video, ‘Thankschriskwanzaakah’ so get ready to watch what happens, “When Awesome-Mart combines all the holiday’s in order to make more money, a terrible curse is unleashed on the Bronx.”
Baron cleverly mixes many of our wonderful cultures in one of the most diverse boroughs of New York City—The Bronx.
Yes, you read that correctly. According to an interview in The New Yorker with Anthony Daniels, the British actor who plays the iconic C-3PO in the Star Wars franchise, was supposed to have a “Bronx” accent as George Lucas had imagined he would.
Pandas in The Bronx, buying South Carolina crabs right here in our borough, and a new documentary explores the difficulty of extreme poverty facing single fathers and devastate impacts on their families are some of the stories you’ll find in this evening’s edition of Bronx Links.
Ok so who in The Bronx is NOT a Star Wars fan and remembers back in 1977 when one of the best stories ever told in cinematic history was released?
I’m a huge Star Wars buff and know that there are countless others out there, especially here in The Bronx from the original generation of lovers to new generation of fans alike.
Well the 3rd and most emotional of all the trailers thusfar is out and even a quick peek of Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia!
Take a look!
Back in July, the Kennedy Center announced that Rita Moreno, who was born in Puerto Rico and moved with her family to The Bronx when she was 6, will be one of this year’s recipients of the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors which is given to those in the performing arts that have greatly contributed to American culture.
Moreno is no stranger to awards having been the 3rd artist to receive the coveted EGOT: Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony awards and the first Latino to do so back in 1977, the same year Helen Hayes became the 2nd artist and first female in achieving the same.
Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, September 16th and then every 3 days, The Bronx Documentary Center begins its first ever Annual Women’s Film Series (All screenings begin at 7:30PM).
Check below for the schedule and list of films. This is going to be a very exciting event and we hope to see you there. All screenings are suggested donation:
$5 for Bronx Residents, $10 for General, Free for 18 and Under