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.
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.
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.
Mike Amadeo has been composing and selling music in New York City since the 1950’s, and his record store, Casa Amadeo, is a Bronx institution.