Sandra Lopez-Monsalve is an award-winning multimedia producer and sound engineer. She fell in love with radio while cutting actual tape for a local station at her native Bogota in the late 90s. Her work has appeared in KCRW, WNYC, PBS, The Atlantic, the New York Times Journalism Institute, and Bklyner among other media outlets. Sandra loves history, radio dramas, Foley art, and black cats.
Wynton Marsalis and the evolution of the swing rhythm, but with a classical twist.
New York Icons
How a salsa album that many thought was doomed became a hit.
How Van Morrison and John Lee Hooker inspired the retro-styled music of Nick Waterhouse.
The story of the woman who designed one of Hollywood’s classic monsters — but didn’t get credit for it.
Imagining the women who paid the price for a medical breakthrough.
Stacey Rose is a playwright, screenwriter, director, producer and ... a respiratory therapist.
Arts, Culture & Media
How “Sweat,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning labor drama by Lynn Nottage, made the jump from Broadway glitz to blue-collar communities.