Tag Archives: South Bronx


South Bronx Television on Livestream

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Planned Shrinkage

In the early 1970s, RAND conducted a study that showed how city services relate to population in a large city. They concluded that when services such as police and fire protection were withdrawn, the population […]

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South Bronx Television

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Hunts Point Express Interview

Surviving Hunts Point’s bad old days Posted on 20. Feb, 2010 By Peter Jackson | Photographer Ricky Flores remembers bad times and good By Peter A. Jackson Ricky Flores’ friends call him the […]

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Hip-Hop Culture in the 1980’s

Featuring Hip-Hop photos taken during the 1980’s on the streets of the South Bronx with the music of The Jimmy Castor Bunch “It’s Just Begun.”

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Ricky Flores- Una vida ligada a la fotografía [primera parte]

Es sorprendente la manera como las circunstancias nos llevan a conocer algunas personas. Sobretodo hoy día que con tan solo conectarnos al espacio cibernético ya tenemos a nuestra disposición la maravilla de poder navegar las […]

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BRONX LATINO: Artist Spotlight: Ricky Flores

BRONX LATINO: Artist Spotlight: Ricky Flores. South Bronx is a ‘Refreshing Adventure’ for this Boricua Photographer Black and white images depict the story of Puerto Ricans living among the South Bronx rubble back in the […]

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South Bronx during the 80s and 90s by Ricky Flores | Photography | Lifelounge

South Bronx during the 80s and 90s by Ricky Flores | Photography | Lifelounge. Having grown up in the South Bronx during the 80s, Ricky Flores began to photograph his life in the city.  His […]

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Congas on my mind

The sound of congas was part of sounds that mark the background music that filled the streets of the South Bronx during the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Bouncing off of the buildings and echoing down […]

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It haunts me these conversations about the past. Filled with joy in finding folks that you thought you would never see again. Then to listen in growing sadness as you hear about those whose voices […]

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