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This edition: February 2018 Arts in the City

Episode Details

Original tape date: January 29, 2018.

First aired: February 13, 2018.

Tony Guida hosts February's Arts in the City at the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts in honor of Black History Month.

Carol Jenkins reports on the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC and its New York connection.

Musician Hubby Jenkins details how American music was born through the ingenuity of African slaves.

Carol Anne Riddell sits down with author and Victoria creator Daisy Goodwin to talk about season two of the wildly popular PBS series.

Academy Award season is upon us, and Neil Rosen gives us his Oscar predictions in this new monthly segment -- Talking Movies.

Experience again Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. historic 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery through the powerful photographs taken by Stephen Somerstein, a then 24 year old City College student. CUNY Media won an Emmy for this story.

Guest List

Mr. Philip Freelon Founder & President, The Freelon Group

Daisy Goodwin Author & Producer

Hubby Jenkins Carolina Chocolate Drops

Bill McCuddy Movie Critic, Goldderby.com

Lisa Rosman Movie Critic, signsandsirens.com

Mabel Wilson Professor, Columbia University

Web Extras

2018 Oscar Predictions

Neil Rosen along with Bill McCuddy and Lisa Rosman -- give their 2018 Oscar predictions!
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