Hip-Hop Revolution to Open Today at MCNY

@TaniaOnTheScene – The New Hip-Hop Revolution Exhibit opens today at the museum of the city of New York where you can see some relics from rap’s early days.  It’s only right, since most of hip hop’s biggest acts got their start in New York.

The exhibit will showcase the birth of hip-hop as it took its first steps on the road to becoming a global phenomenon. It will include dozens of photographs from the 70s, 80s, and 1990.

The exhibit will remain open until September 13.

For the schedule and ticket information, log onto:

http://www.mcny.org/exhibition/hip-hop-revolution

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Tania L. Breton, aka “Tania On The Scene,” was born and raised in Springfield Gardens, Queens, NY. While attending York College, Tania worked as a staff writer for the college’s paper, “Pandora’s Box.” After three years of dedicating herself to the craft, she worked her way up to becoming the sports editor. While she did enjoy her experience in her editorial role, she still was not entirely satisfied, and yearned for more, beyond the bounds of print journalism. Eventually, she found herself interning at “Transit, Transit” and “PIX11” during her senior year. Her final year of college was when she discovered her passion: broadcast journalism. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in Journalism. From an early age, Tania naturally developed a passion and ease for being in front of the camera as her father hosted the first Caribbean sports broadcast show on television on the QPTV network – “Le Journal Sportif.” As a scion of the trade, Tania honed her persona by seeking to adopt and perfect the nuances of engaging the camera and cultivating a personality that audiences would embrace. She learned how to carefully cultivate her image “on the job”, and benefited tremendously from being under her father’s tutelage. Her wit, dedication, and spunk got her a job offer upon graduation at PIX11. She is currently working at PIX 11 Morning News in NYC as an entertainment/digital producer. She also writes stories for the LIVE show, has been a traffic producer, produced different segments (e.g. Free Friday, or other entertainment segments), medical segments for 15 other affiliate stations throughout the U.S., and has worked as a desk assistant. Additionally, she has had some of her celebrity interviews featured on the PIX11 website. While working at PIX11, Tania is also a feature writer and correspondent for “This Is 50” comedian, Jack Thriller,JackThriller.com. She was also the Editor-in-Chief of the online magazine, GraeGram, which is a lifestyle magazine that caters to entrepreneurs. Additionally, she also became a correspondent for the online magazine, Fuzion, doing feature pieces and hosting different entertainment events. After some careful deliberation and earnest soul-searching, Tania decided to fully commit herself to embracing her destiny by recently launching her website TaniaOnTheScene.com to promote the on-camera work that she is currently engaged in, with aspirations on broadening her brand. Her focus is on becoming a host and having her own show; she decided to birth a platform for everyone to be able to view all of her interviews that she’s covered, and to witness what she anticipates as just the beginning of her ascent. “Tania On The Scene" is available to host your next event or interview your favorite celeb and will infuse her energy, verve and contagious enthusiasm, which can only enhance the buzz that you’re looking for as a promotional tool. EMAIL: TaniaOnTheScene@gmail.com

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