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Marlon Bishop

WNYC Culture Producer

Marlon Bishop appears in the following:

New York Live Arts Announces Inaugural Season

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Over the course of its 2011-2012 season, the group will present an ambitious mix of programming ranging from brand new productions by young talent to classic choreographies that helpe...

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Gig Alert: Marques Toliver

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Violinist Marques Toliver went from L Train busker to Adele's "favorite new artist." On Wednesday night, he takes the stage at LPR. Download his "Deep in My Heart" here.

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Art Dealer Sued over Sale of Fake Robert Motherwell Painting

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The Dedalus Foundation is suing the New York City art dealer Julian Weissman for selling a forgery of the Robert Motherwell work 'Spanish Elegy.'

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Battery Park Rejects Donated Otterness Sculptures

Monday, July 11, 2011

A family of bronze lions won't be showing up at a downtown library anytime soon. The Battery Park City Authority has decided not to accept the anonymous donation of eight Tom Ottern...

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Gig Alert: Rita Indiana

Friday, July 08, 2011

The hotly anticipated Rita Indiana and her electro merengue revolution hits Summerstage and SOBs on Saturday. Download her hit single "El Blue de Ping Pong" here.

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Gig Alert: The Snow

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Clarinet-toting chamber poppers The Snow play Littlefield Thursday night in Gowanus. Download "Handle Your Weapon" here.

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Female Stars Rise Up at Latin Alternative Music Festival

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Now in its twelfth year, the Latin Alternative Music Conference kicks off on Wednesday in New York City. At this year's conferene, it's all about the mujeres. Check out videos of new ...

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Gig Alert: Novalima

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

The innovative Afro-Peruvian collective Novalima joins Ely Guerra and Jarabe de Palo at Summerstage on Wednesday. Download Novalima's "Se Me Van" here.

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City Arts Groups Relieved After Restoration of Fiscal Year 2012 Budget

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

The Department of Cultural Affairs had faced $43 million cuts in the mayor’s original proposed budget, which would have reduced operating funds to major museums, theaters and zoos by ...

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Gig Alert: Rickie Lee Jones

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

American music legend Rickie Lee Jones kicks off a three-night stint at City Winery Tuesday. Download a live acoustic version of her "Must Be Love" here.

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Gig Alert: Leonid Federov

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Leonid Federov, one of the great names in Russian rock and roll, makes a rare New York appearance at Joe's Pub on Thursday. Download his "Portuguese" here.

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Pop-Up Piano Goes Missing in the Bronx

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

One of the 88 "Pop-Up Pianos" that have materialized in city parks in the past month has gone missing, according to a spokesperson at Sing For Hope.

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Gig Alert: The Young Lions of Gypsy Jazz

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

The Django Reinhardt Festival is in town again, and this time young-blood guitar whiz Samson Schmitt is leading the pack, billed as the "Yong Lions of Gypsy Jazz." Download "Honeysuckle Rose" here.

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New Historic District Approved in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

On Tuesday, the city's Landmark Preservation Commission approved the creation of a new historic district in Brooklyn's predominantly West Indian-American and Hasidic Jewish neighborho...

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Gig Alert: Mariachi El Bronx

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Mariachi El Bronx sounds like the kind of musical project that might have started as a comedy sketch: hard-edged Los Angeles punks surprise fans by being true to their hearts and ...

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Oldest Synagogue in Queens Gets a Much-Needed Restoration

Monday, June 27, 2011

The oldest surviving synagogue in Queens is about to get a major facelift. Work has begun on the restoration of the 100-year-old Tifereth Israel temple in Corona thanks to a major g...

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Gig Alert: Shusmo

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Shusmo — drawing its name from the Arabic word for “whatchamacallit” — is a band that strives to be hard to describe. Download “Longa Nakreez,” which pairs gritty production quality w...

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Toasted: H&H Bagels

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

It could be the end of a New York City staple. At the famed H&H Bagels on 80th Street and Broadway on Wednesday, Upper West Siders flocked to the city’s most famous bagelry to stock u...

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Gig Alert: Roy Ayers

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Roy Ayers, the man who invented the modern-day slow jam, plays Highline on Wednesday night as part of the Blue Note Jazz Festival. Download his "Everybody's Groovin'" here.

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Flash Mob Performs iPhone 'Symphony' on Wall Street

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Passersby walking down Wall Street on Tuesday afternoon came across some unusual sights and sounds. Around forty iPhone owners came together in a circle outside the New York Stock E...

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