Time Warner Cable customers can now find MNN's Channels in TWO Places. Check out our complete Time Warner Cable channel lineup:
MNN1 (Community): 34 and 1995
MNN2 (Lifestyle): 56 and 1996
MNN3 (Spirit): 57 and 1997
MNN4 (Culture): 67 and 1998
As always, all MNN shows stream online at www.mnn.org
This December, New York City tourists and residents alike are being encouraged to check out East Harlem/El Barrio, a neighborhood "full of hidden gems," according to George Fertitta, CEO of NYC & Company, New York City's official marketing, tourism and partnership organization.
NYC & Company is featuring East Harlem in its December Neighborhood x Neighborhood initiative, which is "designed to increase visitation, support local businesses and encourage exploration in areas outside traditional tourist locations across the five boroughs. " The MNN El Barrio Community Media Center has been part of this vibrant community since 2012.
New York City will see over 5 million visitors during the holiday season, and East Harlem offers myriad shops, restaurants, historical sites and parks.
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! For today’s Clip of the Week, we bring you an episode of “From the Heart of the Barrios,” a series featured on Firehouse TV from the MNN El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center.
“From the Heart of the Barrios” highlights the vibrant social, cultural and political lives unfolding in New York City’s neighborhoods. Segments feature on-camera interviews and footage to highlight innovators and institutions making a positive impact on local communities. This installment, the first of the series, featured Aurora Anaya Cerda, owner of La Casa Azul, a bookstore in East Harlem that offers unique art and books along with cultural and educational programs and is the only independent bookstore on the East Coast that specifically caters to the Latino community. The episode also featured...