Longtime residents – a barber, fishmonger, educator & activist – share their love for this diverse and resilient Brooklyn neighborhood.
Our new season starts next Wednesday, October 26th, with Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Stay tuned for a complete schedule, which includes episodes on the South Shore, Belmont, Upper-Upper West Side, Sunset Park, Sugar Hill, Flushing and the East Village. And look out for our new posters, coming to a subway car and bus shelter near you!
Every July since 1903, the streets of Williamsburg are home to the Giglio Feast; a rare constant in this rapidly evolving Brooklyn neighborhood. Sonny Mangone grew up with the Feast and explains what it takes to make a 4-ton statue ‘dance.’
Small business owners, an immigration attorney and a beloved jokester show you around the most diverse neighborhood of ‘The World’s Borough.’
Renowned Latin musicians, a chestnut magnate and a community activist are your guides to the diverse, vibrant and resilient neighborhoods of the South Bronx.
Artists, musicians & a family of butchers are your guides to this “little bohemia” that went from the edge of development to center stage.
Take a stroll down Court Street, where Italian Mom & Pop shops hold fast amid an onslaught of new, trendy boutiques & changing demographics.
In Chelsea, railways, docks & factories have become parks, galleries & tourist attractions. But it is still a working community for the people that call it home.
A stockbroker, a shoemaker & three brothers in the jewelry business are your tour guides to the Financial District – a working neighborhood turned “it” place to live.
From Giglio Feast to Three Kings Parade to legendary art opening, Williamsburg’s Italian, Puerto Rican & creative residents tell the evolution of this hipster hood.