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A Bronx Girl is Star of Animated Series

Christina Knight | September 30, 2021
A brown-skinned girl stands at New York City intersection. There is a grocery store across the street, cars driving and and elevated train track and high-rise buildings in background.

Bronx talents are a big part of the PBS Kids show, Alma’s Way, about a Puerto Rican girl, her family, and friends in The Bronx. One is Sonia Manzano, who created the animated series.

Rita Moreno Interview

Elisa Lichtenbaum | September 27, 2021
A woman in slip negligee is photographed from behind as she looks in folding mirror, applying lipstick.

The actress on Singin’ in the Rain, West Side Story, career challenges and the new documentary about her life and career.

Latinx Arts and Culture

June 28, 2021
A man in suit with a flute, a woman in satiny beige suit, and man in a suit stand in a room together slightly distanced from one another and smile.

Latin music documentaries, the artists and cuisine of Mexico and short Latinx films, from gritty reality to magical realism. All in July.

Day Camp on Television

June 14, 2021
A man with short dark hair sits on floor between round coffee table and couch. He holds a white sign that says name Zach, made from brightly colored pipe cleaner craft materials.

The second season of Camp TV, a weekday show for kids ages 5-10, starts July 6 on THIRTEN. Leading cultural groups and host Zachary Noah Piser appear in each episode.

Terrence McNally Documentary on PBS

Elisa Lichtenbaum | May 26, 2021
Terrence McNally Documentary on PBS

Playwright, librettist, scriptwriter and LGBTQ activist Terrence McNally long believed in the power of the arts to transform society and make a difference.

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