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Friday, March 20, 2009
Our Friday series Seven Sins: The Deadly Medley continues with a look at how the deadly sins have shaped music from a variety of genres. Today: Envy. Our guests include two music critics: Jon Caramanica,
who writes about pop, hip hop and country for the New York Times, and Carolina ...
Friday, January 30, 2009
Your partner may have good looks, a sparkling personality, and an amorous streak. So what's with the Michael Bolton CDs? Today we look at the role music and taste play in relationships. Guests include Sam Gosling
, author of the book "Snoop: What Your Stuff Says About You," music writer Carolina ...
Tuesday, January 06, 2009
Even before the economic downturn, many of the city’s independent bookstores have been going under due to the combination of online shopping and rising real estate prices. But East Harlem is defying the odds, becoming a hotbed for book lovers. In the past year and a half, one Latino-centric bookstore ...
Thursday, December 18, 2008
New York Daily News reporter Carolina Gonzalez discusses the best of 2008 in Latin Music.
View Carolina Gonzalez's list for the best Latin music of 2008
Thursday, December 18, 2008
For the fourth installment of Soundcheck's Critics Week series, Jon Pareles
of the New York Times gives his list of the best in world music, while Daily News contributor Carolina Gonzalez
shares the best in Latin. Later, Alash
performs traditional music from the republic of Tuva.Soundcheck Poll
: Cast ...
Sunday, November 30, 2008
At the height of the AIDS epidemic in the late 1980s, activists started a commemoration called "A Day Without Art." Museums and galleries closed, and pieces of art were shrouded in black. It marked the memory of the many visual and performing artists taken by the disease. Almost 20 years ...
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Buena Vista Social Club is the biggest-selling world music album ever, with 8 million copies sold. Their 1998 Carnegie Hall debut is just now being released as a double CD. Ry Cooder
joins us today. Then, Latin music writer Carolina Gonzalez
talks about the impact of the Buena Vista phenomenon ...
Sunday, October 12, 2008
In Latin America, October 12 is called "El Día de la Raza," Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Many of the estimated 300,000 people of Mexican descent living in New York have indigenous roots. Artist Felipe Galindo, a regular illustrator for The New Yorker magazine, imagines these immigrants discovering New York and remaking ...
Saturday, May 10, 2008
El Museo Del Barrio is closing its doors for a major renovation later this month. But there's still time to see an international exhibition that explores the history of political performance art by Latino and Latin American artists. Critic Carolina Gonzalez filled this review.
El Museo del ...
Saturday, March 15, 2008
The music that plays as part of a popular underground party scene in Buenos Aires has been making its way around the world – and it’s landing in NY on Monday night. Carolina Gonzalez shares her thoughts on the newest twist on an old latin rhythm.
REPORTER: The club party, called ...
Sunday, July 29, 2007
Once a year, a group of teens in Washington Heights gets to behave badly. Cultural critic Carolina Gonzalez shares her thoughts on a Dominican carnival taking place this weekend.
Friday, June 15, 2007
The Queens Museum of Art's newest exhibition features eight artists who are members of the "1.5" generation, including works never before exhibited in New York. Arts and culture writer Carolina Gonzalez has a review.
Queens Museum of Art website
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
, executive director of the Food Vendors Committee of Red Hook, Carolina Gonzalez
, freelance writer and co-author of Nueva York: the Complete Guide to Latino Life in the Five Boroughs
and Henry Stern
, former New York City Parks commissioner, look at why the Red Hook "Soccer Tacos" might disappear ...