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The Gregory Neismith Show: Harlem Move & Groove

“Move & Groove” (https://moveandgrooveyoga. weebly.com) combines music, movement and wellness. Partnering with the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, this open-level class pairs Vinyasa Flow yoga with live accompaniment by a rotation of museum-selected musicians. “Move and Groove” provides a relaxing experience for the community in a welcoming atmosphere. It is[…]

Radio Journalism Class at CCNY Fall 2017

Radio Journalism students Jehanzeb Shakoor, Sowaibah Shahbaz & Jasmine Y. Adams host roundtable discussion about the lack of gun control in America and Ralph Chery operates the broadcast board.   CCNY student Carlos A. Ramirez talks to CCNY student Lianna Remigio about Super fund sites, an innocuous name for toxic[…]

From City to the World – April 2018

CCNY President Boudreau interviews Professor Linda Villarosa about her article in the New York Times magazine entitled “Why America’s Black Mothers and Babies Are in a Life-Or-Death Crisis.” He also discusses the role of doulas in combating the crisis with Chanel Porchia-Albert, founder of Ancient Song Doula Services. The show[…]

From City to the World – March 2018

From City to the World

From City to the World, hosted by CCNY President Vince Boudreau. Guests are Shawn Rickenbacker, the new Director of the J. Max Bond Center, and Associate Professor of Architecture, Padmore John, Chair of Community Board 9 and April Tyler Co-Chair of the Housing/Land Use and Zoning Committee on Community Board[…]

The Love Zone

The Love Zone takes you on a ride down memory lane every Friday night from 8pm to midnight with Old School Soul, classics and R&B. This show takes you back to the days when you could turn on your radio and hear music free of profanity and every record had a[…]

Gardens of Tranquility & Contemplation

Gardens of Tranquility and Contemplation was gently birthed into existence some 27 years ago by Mas’ud Tariq Towe (son of the Jazz journalist Eleanor Towe) to provide the Jazz enthusiast with the most thoughtful and awe inspiring musical experiences, primarily from the Jazz genre. Phylicia Rashad First Light