Today, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. joined with hip-hop superstar and Bronx native Fat Joe to announce the donation of new computers to the students at P.S. 146 — Edward Collins Elementary School, Fat Joe’s alma mater, in time […]
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During today’s Stated Meeting the City Council will consider re-naming Sedgwick Avenue ‘Hip Hop Boulevard’. The Council is expected to approve the legislation. Bill sponsor CM Vanessa L. Gibson said she was “thankful for the support of Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito […]
This past Thursday (January 28), Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., in collaboration with Windows of Hip Hop (WoHH), hosted The First 2016 Inaugural Element Awards. All honorees received Citations of Merit for their community service and spreading the Hip Hop culture. “Hip Hop […]
Reflection: 365 Days Closer by Randy “Mr. Hip Pop” Mason “365 Days Closer” is a summary of our trajectory last year. ISIL goes viral / Russell Wilson throws The game winning spiral (sorry dad) / Bam shakes hands with […]
Toys Giveaway at Elements Church on Sunday, December 20 at 9:30AM at 4750 Bronx Blvd in the Bronx.
Featured Veteran: Therapy Through Hip Hop by Gonzalo Duran In my new regular column I have sought out veterans to share their stories and recognize their community work. This week I would like to introduce Petty Officer 3rd Class Adrian […]
Nelson “El Cacique Sesenta Nueve” “Chief69” Seda, 22, is a Brooklyn born, Bronx based bboy, emcee, graffiti artist and community organizer.
In the summers of 1989 and 1990, I spent plenty of time hanging out at Poe Park. Located on the Grand Concourse between East 192nd St and East Kingsbridge Rd, the park is named after American author Edgar Allan Poe. […]