Alexandra Delyanis and Rayne Ellis sit down with NYU students Ioana Holt and William Wang to talk opening a specialty foods cafe called Rose and Basil and creating healthy desserts.
Break Out & Hear the Dance
Hear the Dance with hosts Victoria Agrifolio and Allegra Preuss takes you into the intimate world of dance professionals working in various dance related fields. This edition features a chat with Dance Magazine assistant editor, Courtney Escoyne. By Victoria Agrifolio and Allegra Preuss
The Street Vendor Project
In our very first episode of The Future of Food, we chat with Sean Basinski, founder and director of Street Vendor Project. With a $15,000 grant from Yale University in 2001, Basinski created an organization that advocates for more than 10,000 street vendors in New York City. Happy listening! Sophie and Dhika
An Artist Spans the Globe
Traveling young artist Sebastian Grube talks about growing up in Germany as an actor, dancer and classical singer. A student of music and theatre with an interest in directing at NYU Abu Dhabi, Grube has big plans for his future. By Blair Best
Closer Look: Cabin Fever
In April the Associated Press published a brief story about a New York man who traveled to Alaska to build a cabin in the wilderness, but when things weren’t as he expected, the situation quickly turned into a battle for survival. In the premiere episode of the Closer Look podcast, Brittnye Jones and Jeffrey Kopp interview Vladimir […]
The Anti-Piano Man
New York City is known for its characters, and Colin Huggins is one of my favorites. It is a rare day in Washington Square when his piano music isn’t permeating the park; his grand piano is an ostentatious, out-of-place surprise that endears tourists and locals alike. The top three song requests are also the three songs Colin refuses […]
Sounds Around Town
Dominicans are the largest minority group in Washington Heights. As a result, the neighborhood has unofficially earned the title “Little Dominican Republic.” This project highlights, through photos and sounds, aspects of the neighborhood that are uniquely Dominican.
Trans Topics in Media
Where are we now and how can we improve? On Tuesday, March 22, 2016, a panel of trans and cisgender journalists and activists gathered at the LGBT Center in New York City. The panel of five planned to discuss how the media currently covers trans stories and how they can improve. The atmosphere created by […]