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Bringing you hyper-local progressive news and culture from The South Bronx, New York. Join Desiree Joy Frias, a native Bronxite and community activist, and her co-hosts as they analyze neighborhood politics, history and culture in 30-50 minute discussions with guest speakers from around the neighborhood. Continue the discussion via twitter @RadioFreeSBX or by e-mail at radiofreesouthbronx@gmail.com Part of the Radio Free Network with @radio-free-bay-ridge.
 
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Desiree Joy Frias sat down with Bobby Sanabria and Elena Martinez at the Bronx Music Heritage Center. Bobby Sanabria, a 7-time Grammy nominated Latin Jazz artist, discusses his upbringing in the Bronx and how much of an influence music was and still is in his life. They also discuss different programs at the Heritage Center and how they affect the …
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx’s video game industry news show, host Adam Castar covers new releases for this week, A mini-recap of QuakeCon 2018, and an extra large segment of "What Am I Playing Right Now?" discussing the Batman Arkham series. For more information on Patch Notes or to be featured in an episode, e-mail adam@…
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx’s video game industry news show, host Adam Castar covers new releases for this week, a recap of announcements at EVO 2018 as well as a mini-review of Final Fantasy XV. For more information on Patch Notes or to be featured in an episode, e-mail adam@radiofreesouthbronx.com This episode was writt…
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx’s video game industry news show, host Adam Castar covers new releases for this week, gaming news and what free games players can pick up with Xbox Live Gold and Playstation Plus in August, as well as a mini-review of Bayonetta For more information on Patch Notes or to be featured in an episode,…
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, host Adam Castar goes down to Bronx comic book store Collector Cave to talk with the owner, Steve, about why he got into comics, comic collecting, what it's like to run a comic store and so much more. Steve also talks about different conventions the store has been represented at as well as the presence it has in the …
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx’s video game industry news show, host Adam Castar covers new releases for this week, gaming news, and a mini review of Asura's Wrath. For more information on Patch Notes or to be featured in an episode, e-mail adam@radiofreesouthbronx.com This episode was written and engineered by Adam Castar.…
 
On this episode of Radio Free South Bronx, host Jeremiah Clermont went down to speak with the New York Patriots Pioneer League football team and their head coach/owner David Patterson. Coach Patterson talks about the rigors of running a football team as well as his experiences working with young hopeful football players. You can check out the Patri…
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx’s video game industry news show, host Adam Castar covers new releases for this week, gaming news, and a mini-review of Sunset Overdrive For more information on Patch Notes or to be featured in an episode, e-mail adam@radiofreesouthbronx.com This episode was written and engineered by Adam Castar…
 
Today we speak with Bronx Native Diego Armando León, the face of popular style blog Dandy in the Bronx. He is reshaping perceptions of our hometown of The Bronx and looking incredible while doing it. But let me stop talking about it - visit instagram.com/dandyinthebronx/ to see his work! This episode was written by Desiree Joy Frias with Audio Engi…
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx's video game industry news show, hosts Adam Castar and Max Camacho wrap up their analysis on the E3 Expo, the industry's premier gaming conference. For more information on Patch Notes or to be featured in an episode, e-mail adam@radiofreesouthbronx.com This episode was written by Adam Castar an…
 
On this special edition of Patch Notes. Adam Castar and Desiree Joy Frias sit down with the League of Legends team from the Bronx High School of Science to discuss video games, esports and what the future holds for professional video game players. For more information or if you want to be featured on an episode of Patch Notes, email Adam at adam@ra…
 
Today we speak with gulf coast soul band The Suffers from Houston, Texas. Many of the perceptions of Houston are parallel with those we have here in The Bronx - about our education, our crime rates and who we are as residents. Through their music, The Suffers seeks to change that. Bassist Adam Castaneda explains. Learn more about the band on their …
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx's video game industry news show, hosts Adam Castar, Desiree Joy Frias and Max Camacho watch and discuss the trailers fresh off the press at E3 Expo, the industry's premier gaming conference. . For more information on Patch Notes or to be featured in an episode, e-mail adam@radiofreesouthbronx.c…
 
Today we speak with Dan La Botz on the history of civil and political unrest in Nicaragua and how it has lead to the violent civil war in the country today. As of June 15, 2018, over 160 people have been reported dead and countless others missing or arrested according to human rights organizations. The team here at Radio Free South Bronx stands in …
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx's video game industry news show, host Adam Castar covers new releases for this week, news pre-E3 and anti-consumer trends in the industry. For more information on Patch Notes or to be featured in an episode, e-mail adam@radiofreesouthbronx.com This episode was written and engineered by Adam Cas…
 
What happens when you age out of foster care? In the past, you were given a $1,500 stipend to buy all of the furnishings for your apartment. In New York City, this would barely buy the bed and the dresser - let alone kitchen, bathroom supplies and everything else you need for basic apartment living. Hearts to Homes, founded by Mary Theresa McCombe,…
 
On tonight's episode Desiree Joy Frias talks with Bobby Gonzalez, a multi-cultural (Taino Indian and Puerto Rican), author, poet, storyteller and speaker. Bobby's experiences growing up in the Bronx has lead to a lifetime of work sharing and preserving native culture. To support his work please visit his website at http://www.bobbygonzalez.com/ Thi…
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx’s video game industry news show, host Adam Castar covers new releases for this week, gaming announcements leading up to E3, and a look at NHL 18, and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire as part of "What Am I Playing Right Now?" For more information on Patch Notes or to be featured in an episode, e-mail adam…
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx’s video game industry news show, host Adam Castar discusses the degradation of single player modes and local co-op play in modern mainstream gaming. He talks about why he thinks games like Call of Duty Black Ops 4 forego single player modes when they still have appeal to a majority of gamers an…
 
On this episode of Patch Notes, Radio Free South Bronx's video game industry news show, host Adam Castar goes over the major gaming releases this week, the investment by Epic Games of $100 Million into Fortnite e-sports and thoughts on Battlefield V. Adam also discusses one of his favorite games he's playing right now, Wizard of Legend. For more in…
 
Host Desiree Joy Frias sits down with Bronx native and NY-14 Congressional Candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez at Ellie's Diner in Parkchester to discuss her campaign and the importance of equitable representation in congress. We talk about growing up in The Bronx and how important it is for women to have a seat at the table, especially for a congre…
 
In this episode we delve into cash bail and its racist and classist ties to modern day bondage with your host Desiree Joy Frias and team members of the Bronx Freedom Fund: Interim Director Elena Weissmann, Director of Bronx Operations Richard Jimenez and Client Advocate Fellow Yonah Zeitz. We walk through what it is like if one of your family membe…
 
Join your hosts Desiree Joy Frias and Christian Garcia as they talk with Michelle Danielles, director of The Bronx Rox and founder of The Bronx Rox foundation, who seeks to build pride in the borough and engage our community. We also talk about what it means to be a “Bronxite” and how we can all change the perceptions that people have of The Bronx.…
 
Join host Desiree Joy Frias as she discusses her love for her hometown of Southern Brooklyn and catches up with an urban farmer who wears white shin high socks rolled all the way up with shorts.Happy April fools y all. Follow us on twitter and instagram @radiofreesbx.Recipes, your mama jokes and complaints can be directed to radiofreesouthbronx@gma…
 
In celebrating Women's History Month each year the Puerto Rican Bar’s Women Committee highlights women and their myriad of contributions and accomplishments. Our host Desiree Joy Frias was humbled to be one of these guests - hear her full speech at the 1:30 mark. The full list of honoree's can be seen in the show notes along with a link to more inf…
 
Hey its Desiree again. So I take a cab say, once a week or less. What if instead of leaving my headphones in, I asked my driver to tell me about themselves? Our first taxi stand voice is Oumar Cisse from Senegal who has made the American Dream for himself and his children right here in The Bronx.Show Notes: https://goo.gl/LMD3Z9Follow us on twitter…
 
Radio Free South Bronx joined a room full of Bronx non-profit directors, community leaders and activists at the launch of "South Bronx by South Bronx" or SBXSB, a new community portal designed by Eddie Pagan. Show Notes: docs.google.com/document/d/1Z_K_I6QJpSpaUTisqNib_LBsVupH_F6KEMq_QKpk-3k/edit?usp=sharingFollow us on twitter and instagram @radio…
 
Join your host Desiree Joy Frias as she interviews the Bronx family that has opened Freshly Made Sobro on Third Avenue and 138th Street. Marielys Quezada and Angi Tejada have created a beautiful café serving healthy, fresh vegetables in juices, sandwiches and salads at affordable prices.Show notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Z_K_I6QJpSpaUT…
 
Join your host Desiree Joy Frias as she discusses the town hall held on March 8th regarding the proposed jail in Mott Haven. Then, listen directly to the voices of community member and elected officials.Disclaimer: The official stance of Radio Free South Bronx is OPPOSITION to the building of a new jail in any site in the South Bronx and SUPPORT to…
 
Join your host Desiree Joy Frias and our special guest Allen Lum, Bronx native and City Planner for the Department of Transportation as we discuss the future of Transportation in the Bronx and tell CitiBike to put their foken bikes in our borough already. Follow us on twitter and instagram @radiofreesbx and send new topics / interviews / complaints…
 
Join your host Desiree Joy Frias as she gives her analysis of the 2018 State of the Bronx report given by Borough President Diaz. Full video for the State of the Borough at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-ZxEyStBq8. Follow us @radiofreesouthbx and tell us how you really feel at us via e-mail radiofreesouthbronx@gmail.com.Show notes here: goo.gl/W…
 
Join your hosts Desiree Joy Frias, Marlene Cintron and John De Riggs as they go through the history of the Bronx with Angel Hernandez, a director at the Bronx County Historical Society. We then go on to last week's community board 2 meeting, and the importance of local voices. Finally we give a shout out to our local bakery and discuss some events …
 
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