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It’s The Bronx announces panel series

It’s The Bronx announces panel series

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It’s The Bronx just keeps getting better and better.

The massive festival has just announced another new comment while anticipating its touch down at Union Crossing at 825 E. 141 Street from Saturday, March 23 to Sunday, March 24.

Amid the impressive lineup of programming highlighting all things boogie down, four Bronxites will now be hosting unique panels at the festival’s main stage.

These will be informational, educational, and most importantly give borough-grown talent a platform to share their stories with the larger community.

“We’re very excited to host these four panels during It’s The Bronx and showcase the incredible and thoughtful voices that are a part of the borough’s cultural fabric,” said Marco Shalma, creator of It’s The Bronx.

The panels will take place throughout the festival and an RSVP is required to attend, the schedule is:

Saturday, March 23:

Stand Out From the Competition

Moderated by Diego Leon (@DandyInTheBronx)

Diego Leon with five additional social media gurus will discuss how to start building a personal brand that has a positive impact on business and career.

Publishing Debunked

Moderated by Saraciea Fennell (@sj_fennell)

Authors, agents, and editors from the Bronx demystify and discuss the ins and outs of the publishing industry.

Sunday, March 24:

Food & Social Media in the Bronx

Moderated by Em Pineda (@TheHungr­yDominican)

This panel will take a look at how social media platforms such as Instagram have changed the food and dining scene throughout the Bronx while also highlighting the food that has been special to the borough for years.

Bronx Business Queens

Moderated by Jessica Cunnington (@JessCunningtonTV)

Celebrating the hustle that is innate to the borough, News 12’s Jessica Cunnington will be hosting a panel featuring Bronx women business-owners.

“Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from and engage directly with our panelists, and hopefully, leave feeling inspired or with a better understanding of each topic,” Shalma the creator added.

Tickets for It’s The Bronx are still available, visit itsthebronx.com to get yours.

Reach reporter Alex Mitchell at (718) 260-4599 or e-mail him at amitchell@cnglocal.com.
Updated 11:22 am, March 11, 2019
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