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With Thanksgiving right around the corner, BTR Pulse takes to the streets to ask people in New York what they are thankful for this year and how they will be celebrating.
Ranking America shows statistics comparing the United States' freedom of the press to other countries.
Latola talks about what's happening on BTR Today, as well as new albums from Levek and The Soft Pack
The 2012 Fall campaign for the White House is officially underway after the Republican and Democratic national conventions. After high profile speeches by the candidates’ spouses and running mates, as well as Clint Eastwood, Bill Clinton and, of course, the candidates themselves -- all meant to illustrate the differences between the candidates and their parties -- we ask people in New York if they were watching and whether the conventions will influence their vote.
Each year, the FDNY releases a calendar featuring some of the city's sexiest firefighters. Proceeds from this “Calendar of Heroes” go to the FDNY Foundation, a non-profit organization working to promote fire safety education and training for firefighters. BreakThruTV correspondent Lauren Hawker caught up with some of the public servants-turned-models and their adoring fans and significant others at a signing event in Times Square.
Marking 7 years on the BTR airwaves, tune in to DJRePete for a self-indulgent mix from artists who’ve broken thru over the past few years, including the likes of Matt & Kim, Here We Go Magic, and Someone Still Loves You, Boris Yeltsin. Also, check out info on the upcoming Do Good Festival in Springfield Missouri. Plus, consider New Zealand for your New Year’s Eve plans, as one BTR band has already lined up a show on a farm in Wharekaho Beach; sweet!
Sleepy Wonder’s no new kid on the block, yet his latest artistic endeavor casts an original spotlight onto his career and his music.
Formerly a backup singer for Lindsay Lohan and the Spice Girls’ Emma Bunton, Nefatari Cooper has taken her dancehall pop music to center stage. Simply known as Nefatari — a name inspired by the Egyptian queen Nefertiti — her newest single “Day U Mess Up,” is a sensual, yet bold and cheeky anthem for women. Her Jamaican roots also shine throughout the song, with all its pulsing and hypnotic beats.