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Collection: Bobby Sanabria
“Bobby Sanabria & QUINTETO ABURE at Bronx Commons”
Featuring Bobby Sanabria & QUINTETO ABURE, Mike Eckroth - keyboard, Ian Stewart - bass, Oreste Abrantes - congas, Bobby Sanabria - drums, Peter Brainin - tenor sax, flute. Photo by Jared Guenwald.
We Stay/Nos Quedamos
Construction of the Cross Bronx Expressway
"From this overhead view, you can see the areas of the city about to be wiped away by expressway construction. And you can also observe the powerful impact public housing has already had on the landscape" -The Bowery Boys: New York City History
Public Concert 3rd Avenue and 156th Street
Photo of a neighborhood concert from the 1970s held on 3rd Avenue and 156th Street.
Future Site of Bronx Commons
The photo shows the future site the Bronx Commons as it looked on February 29, 2016, prior to starting construction.
Bronx Commons interior and exterior
Renderings of Bronx Commons, expected completion: 2019.
Percent of Responding Schools partnered with At Least One Cultural Arts Educational Organization by Borough
The chart shows that collaborations between schools and cultural centers within communities tends to be lowest among schools in the Bronx with similar rates throughout 2010-2016.
Percent of Responding Middle Schools That Offered At Least One Arts Sequence to Students in Grades 6-8 by Borough
The graph shows that middle school schools located in the Bronx tend to have a lower access to arts education compared to the other boroughs.
"The Latin Society LTD. Present A Latin Bargin"
"Flyer for Hunts Point Palace with Bronx Natives Orlando Marín, Eddie Palmieri, and someone who lived in the Bronx later in his life, Tito Puente. Courtesy of Orlando Marín."
"Latin Music & Hip Hop in Harlem & the Bronx"
"The Musical Landscape of the South Bronx and the Early Years in East Harlem" outlines historically and culturally significant sites in the area.