This week a global event called Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR) memorializes those who have been killed as a result of anti-transgender violence. See this massive list of events to attend Nov. 20-26.
Tag Archives: New York City
Like it or not, New York City is changing and the culture is changing with it. That message was sent loud and clear by John Wolkoff, owner of 5 Pointz, an outdoor graffiti art space that was painted white on Tuesday morning.
On November 23rd, Harlem’s Dwyer Cultural Center will host the the Caribbean Contemporary Art Exhibition and a panel discussion titled, “Examining the Caribbean Presence in Harlem.”
BRIC Art’s first second-Saturday House Party celebrates the creative and cultural diversity of the wonderful borough of Brooklyn.
Latino Heritage Month (September 15th – October 15th) is underway and the AfroLatin@ Project has partnered with Geko Jones and his Que Bajo?! record label to present the Afrolatinidad Series — three free nights of film, art, and music from 7pm to 10pm.
Thrilling Cuban drama film ‘Una Noche’ will hit New York City theaters starting Friday, August 23rd, followed by an iTunes release on August 26th.
Canadian R&B crooner Glenn Lewis is re-emerging to the musical spotlight with a showcase at SOBs on Sunday, August 25th, where he’ll be joined by “southern hummingbird” Tweet.
New York City’s SummerStage is paying homage to the city’s rich Dominican culture with three nights of free live Bachata performances by Aventura’s Toby Love, Latin Grammy-nominated singer Andy Andy, and NY-bred group Bachata Heightz.
As a part of Soul of Brooklyn Week (August 17-25), the first ever Brooklyn Beer & Wine Festival will commence on August 18 in DUMBO.
The lovely ladies of New York City’s diverse Brown Girls Burlesque will bring the heat with their Hot and Bothered show on July 25, 2013 at Camaradas in East Harlem.
‘Brothers Hypnotic,’ a documentary on the 8 brothers who make up the remarkable sounds of the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, is screening in NYC on July 27th.
Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) is keeping the NYPD and its controversial Stop and Frisk policy on trial.
Marc Jacobs’ book-focused sub-brand, Bookmarc, joins forces with KRINK to release a chic collection of high quality paint markers.
Wow… this is so exciting! Global tropical bass kings Uproot Andy and Geko Jones have officially launched Que Bajo?! Records!
Fania Records, the “Motown” of Latin music, is bringing its Armada Fania Party & Pop-Up Store to The 1896 in Brooklyn on May 22nd!
The Que Bajo!? crew, known for their unique blend of cumbia, moombahton and Latin-infused sounds, is set to battle at the Red Bull Music Academy Culture Clash on May 9th.
The adorable packaging for these “Made In Brooklyn” Rooftop Garden Popsicles make us wish they were real.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, known for hipsters and broke artists, is the “Best Shopping Hood in America” according to GQ.
New York City-based street artist Jay Shells has been covering the city with rap lyrics by Biggie Smalls, Mos Def, Nas, Mobb Deep, Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Redman.
The 30th anniversary of the MTV Video Music Awards is set to be held at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on August 25th.