Queens Documented, a new quarterly storytelling and arts series, debuted this month at Elmhurst’s Terraza 7 and celebrated the borough’s ethnic diversity through storytelling, poetry and music about the immigrant experience.
In the back room of the Enigma Bookstore in Astoria, Queens, a poetry reading on March 28 sparked discussions ranging from what it’s like to have a family member who was a political prisoner to how different minorities share similar experiences of discrimination.
First Tuesdays, a monthly open mic reading series at Terraza 7 in Elmhurst, offers literary translators, who are usually left out of the spotlight, a chance to step up to the microphone.
Every week for 40 years, Jim Freund has delighted, and horrified, lovers of speculative fiction with his weekly radio show. And he has a basement full of Ray Bradbury and Isaac Asimov interviews to prove it.
When you walk into Cafe Marlene, a small hidden cafe around Sunnyside, you might hear applause or laughter coming up from the basement floor.
After Sandy hit, I made my way to powerless downtown Manhattan from 42nd street and took footage of some of the things I saw in my journey.
It was a time in the city when subway service was free, practically all the taxis were being used, traffic lights were off and 24-hour establishments and social hotspots were closed for business. And as you move down Sixth Avenue the familiar busy streets become more & more desolate.
In NYSE, PepsiCo presented their three new chip flavors for Frito-Lay along side actress Eva Longoria and Iron Chef Michael Symon.
Footage by me. Produced by Althea Chang. Originally published by Forbes.
This a video I shot that aired in NYC Life of the High Line’s Lilliput exhibit, the park’s first group exhibition featuring small sculptures scattered around the area. Edited by Street Smart Video.
I shot the interview of Phil Colicchio, Phil Colicchio, a founder of Terroir Wine Group. Originally published by DNAinfo.com as part of the Small Business Insider video series. Edited by Street Smart Video.
Originally published by Crain's New York Business as part of the 2011 Stats and City Project