Underground announcers and chatty tour guides; the whispers (and more often shouts) that make our environments sing.

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When You Talk Over My Stutter, You Steal My Voice

All people see is that I'm freezing up. But that space between my words is mine to fill.

Meet the Native New Yorker Bringing Authentic Brooklyn Flair to Local Radio

This struggling community station was about to go under when Roxanne Wignal took it back from the gentrifiers.

Old New York’s Walking, Talking Encyclopedia

A nonstop gabber from the Lower East Side finds bliss in sharing his seventy-two years of NYC wisdom with anyone willing to tag along.

Secrets from Voiceover School

You may never know their names or see their faces, but becoming a go-to voice in Hollywood requires just as much hard work and hustle as making it on the big screen.


The Voice from the Mosque

Over six years, I was drawn to a beautiful song in the streets of Brooklyn. What I finally found changed something deep inside me.

The Subway’s No. 1 Charmer

Inside the cramped and crazed subways of New York, a colorful conductor on the 1 train brightens commutes with off-script announcements.