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24 minutes | Oct 6, 2020
Bronx Beer Hall - The Ramirez Brothers.
Anthony and Paul Ramirez are lovers of all things Bronx! They grew up local and look for any excuse to bring people together. Listen to how they got started and how they keep going strong even during a pandemic. Oh, and they have the best selection of impossible find beers in New York! Show notes- Portal to the Ramirez Brothers Empire - Mainland Media
29 minutes | Nov 11, 2019
Ivan con Mario Montemayor SJ- Belmont Voices en español.
Mario en conversación con Ivan Sunida que trabaja en un café de opciones saludables en el barrio de Belmont. Mario in conversation with Ivan Sunida who works at a healthy options café in the Belmont Neighborhood.
40 minutes | Nov 5, 2019
Hermana Adriana Rodriguez - con Mario Montemayor SJ en español.
La hermana Adriana Rodriguez es parte de un pequeño grupo de hermanas que viven con los pobres, evangelizando familias y acompañando a los jóvenes en el Bronx. El anfitrión invitado, Mario Montemayor S.J. dirige esta entrevista en español.-- Sister Adriana Rodriguez is part of a small group of sisters living with the poor, evangelizing families, and accompanying young people in the Bronx. Guest host, Mario Montemayor S.J. leads this interview in Spanish.
29 minutes | Nov 1, 2019
Belmont Voices in Spanish! - Mario Montemajor SJ
Una vista única al Bronx desde Mario Montemayor, un jesuita mexicano en formación. - A unique view into the Bronx from Mario Montemayor, a Mexican Jesuit in formation.
24 minutes | Oct 28, 2019
Mexican Indigenous Peoples in the Bronx. Fr. Alfredo Zepeda SJ
Mexican Jesuit, Fr. Alfredo has been working with several groups of indigenous peoples in Mexico for decades. He has a close up view of the pressures that lead to immigration and the hard challenges of being on the outside. For more information on Radio Huaya-- https://marthagies.com/radio-huaya
22 minutes | May 25, 2019
Ignayra at the Belmont Library
A library is a whole lot more than just books- it's a community center, really. Belmont library manager, Ignayra Lopez walks us through it.
38 minutes | May 17, 2019
On Fordham Road with Dan
Dan and his girlfriend Wendy live on Fordham Road. And like all New Yorkers, finding the right real estate is tough, finding a public bathroom is even harder, and outlasting the competition is a full time job. Listen to a guy who is making it work, for now. Want to get involved? go here -- http://www.potsbronx.org/
30 minutes | May 7, 2019
Sr. Mary Catherine Redmond PBVM - How to build a friendship.
Sr. Mary Catherine Redmond works as a physician's assistant in a busy Bronx emergency room. Her days are long and filled with grace and humor as she lives an authentic life with the poor. Forget what you thought you knew about Catholic religious sisters and find out how this dynamic woman changes the world around her.
31 minutes | Apr 19, 2019
Mr. Frank Franz - a Big Voice in Little Italy - Bronx
A Big Voice in Little Italy. Mr. Franz talks about all of it, and then some -- Italian Social Clubs, Catholic processions in the streets, gravy, and how to accidentally own several pieces of NY real estate. Find all of it here.
27 minutes | Feb 18, 2019
Coffee with Kosovars - Albanians in Little Italy.
Like a lot of New Yorkers, Blerta is new to New York. Working in a coffee shop, dramatically improving her English, and looking for more opportunity than she could find in Kosovo. Give it a listen and then drop by and see her at Prince Coffee.
13 minutes | Feb 12, 2019
The Forces behind NY Gentrification - Two Books about New York
New York took a right turn in the 70s and mostly because the money ran out. Austerity seemed inevitable but was it? Did we really have to sell the city to the super rich and cut back on all social services? And why is Times Square now like a great big bright midwestern mall? Two authors, Kim Phillips-Fein and Jeremiah have written at length about it. I read their books and I talk about what I read.
40 minutes | Feb 5, 2019
View from a Mexican market in the heart of Little Italy
Sammy Vigueras sounds like America - hard working, funny, proud of his family, and warm hearted. His family is from near Puebla, Mexico and over the years they have built a business filling a need I didn't even know existed. The sound on this podcast continues to evolve, thanks for your patience!
34 minutes | Dec 7, 2018
The Future of Catholic Education - Ms. Valerie Savino
Valerie Savino, principle at the local Catholic grade school, has family roots in the neighborhood and a heart for Catholic education. Plus, she is great to be with!
17 minutes | Dec 7, 2018
The D Train - Fr. George Drance SJ
The obliging Fr. George Drance SJ lets us know what its like to move into the Bronx. He clears up why yogurt and burek go together and how being an actor prepared him for getting a seat on the D Train.
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