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Key Moments from the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival to be Live Streamed Right to You
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Key Moments from the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival to be Live Streamed Right to You

  Bringing one of New York’s most exciting cultural events right to you, the 17th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival, will provide exclusive, real time livestream access to must-see events and the biggest names in film, television, music, journalism and fashion. The real time access provides a window for festival goers at home or […]

Aquatopia Ranked #1 Waterpark in Pennsylvania
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Aquatopia Ranked #1 Waterpark in Pennsylvania

Camelback Lodge & Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark was ranked among the 30 top indoor waterparks in the world—and #1 in the state of Pennsylvania—by U.S. News & World Report. Aquatopia offers year-round family fun to guests and visitors at Camelback Resort, the Poconos’ premier adventure destination. Catering to guests of all ages, the 125,000-square-foot indoor waterpark […]

Mike Colter, Gabourey Sidibe, Danny Glover and an All-Star Cast Perform The Radical King for Audible
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Mike Colter, Gabourey Sidibe, Danny Glover and an All-Star Cast Perform The Radical King for Audible

 Audible Inc., the world’s largest seller and producer of downloadable audiobooks and other spoken-word entertainment, today announced the release of The Radical King. This collection of twenty-three of Martin Luther King Jr.’s essays and speeches, curated by Cornel West, is performed by LeVar Burton, Mike Colter, Leslie Odom, Jr., Colman Domingo, Danny Glover, Gabourey Sidibe, […]

The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir Releases 30th Album/ Free Concert This Sunday
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The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir Releases 30th Album/ Free Concert This Sunday

When it comes to choirs, they’ve done it all. They’ve sold-out Madison Square Garden. They sang after James Taylor and before Beyoncé at President Obama’s second inaugural swearing-in ceremony. They’ve earned 11 Grammy® Award nominations and won 6 of them. Millions of sales later, the legendary aggregation known as The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, releases the […]

The Dessoff Choirs Presents “Freedom Concert” Inspired by Coretta Scott King
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The Dessoff Choirs Presents “Freedom Concert” Inspired by Coretta Scott King

Hailed as “one of the great amateur choruses of our time (New York Today) for its “full-bodied sound and suppleness (The New York Times),” The Dessoff Choirs culminates its 93rd season with a “Freedom Concert” inspired by the late Coretta Scott King (b. April 27, 1927), wife of Martin Luther King Jr., and advocate for African-American equality. In […]

Three Female Choreographers Focus on Women's Empowerment at NYLA 5/17-19
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Three Female Choreographers Focus on Women’s Empowerment at NYLA 5/17-19

Known for its “powerfully engaging” (New York Arts) and “contemporary and fresh” (Theatre Is Easy) choreography, Ariel Rivka Dance (ARD) collaborates with the acclaimed Amy Marshall Dance Company and choreographer/dancer Chanel DaSilva for a season of provocative dance dedicated to empowering female expression. An audience favorite for its accessible, graceful signature style of movement, the all-female ARD […]

Uncle Luke Nabs A Sports Emmy Nomination
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Uncle Luke Nabs A Sports Emmy Nomination

Luther “UNCLE LUKE” Campbell is pleased to announce that the documentary: RIVALS BOOM SQUAD based on his Liberty City Optimist youth football league on Viceland’s Vice World of Sports has been nominated for the “Outstanding Long Sports Documentary” for the 39th Annual Sports Emmy® Awards. The Sports Emmy Awards show will take place on May […]

Ascension: A Lifting of Dr. Martin Luther King's Legacy on the 50th Anniversary of his Assassination
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Ascension: A Lifting of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy on the 50th Anniversary of his Assassination

Harlem Stage, the legendary uptown venue that for over 30 years has promoted the creative legacy of Harlem and artists of color from around the corner and across the globe, is proud to present its Spring 2018 season of performances. The season is curated by Monique Martin, newly appointed Director of Programming for Harlem Stage […]

Vy Higginsen Returns to the Stage in the New musical "Let The Music Play... Gospel!"
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Vy Higginsen Returns to the Stage in the New musical “Let The Music Play… Gospel!”

The Mama Foundation for the Arts proudly announces the brand new production of their acclaimed musical, Let the Music Play… Gospel! From the creators of Mama, I Want To Sing! – the worldwide musical sensation – Let the Music Play… Gospel! is a musical celebration of a generation, featuring an intergenerational company of performers comprised […]

2 CHAINZ, YG & OFFSET Turn Up With their Moms in 'Proud'  Music Video
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2 CHAINZ, YG & OFFSET Turn Up With their Moms in ‘Proud’ Music Video

PROUD (Explicit) by 2 Chainz & YG & Offset on VEVO.

Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts presents Step Afrika! - 4/28
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Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts presents Step Afrika! – 4/28

Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College concludes its 2017-18 Kumble Theater season with the much-anticipated return of Step Afrika!, performing two shows on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 3pm & 8pm. These public performances are part of a three-day Brooklyn residency that also includes weekday educational shows for schoolchildren. Tickets for the […]

'A Soulful Music Celebration' at City College Center for the Arts, April 7th
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‘A Soulful Music Celebration’ at City College Center for the Arts, April 7th

A joyful lesson in Black musical history will take place at Aaron Davis Hall on Saturday, April 7, as acclaimed performers Marvin Lowe and Queen Esther Marrow lead a cast of singers in exploration of the diversity and brilliance of Black American music through the decades at “A Soulful Music Celebration.” Presented by City College […]

Mathew Knowles Sparks an International Conversation with his latest book "Racism from the Eyes of a Child"
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Mathew Knowles Sparks an International Conversation with his latest book “Racism from the Eyes of a Child”

With uncanny timing for socially charged topics, music mogul Mathew Knowles hits hard right out of the gate with his latest book Racism from the Eyes of a Child (Amazon/Ingram), released just in time for Black History Month. RFEC is a deeply personal reflection on racism in the south, where the Gadsden, Al native was […]

American Idol Winner Ruben Studdard Releases Tribute Album To Luther Vandross
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American Idol Winner Ruben Studdard Releases Tribute Album To Luther Vandross

Ruben Studdard, America’s Idol, officially confirmed that he will be releasing “RUBEN SINGS LUTHER” to his hero Luther Vandross on March 16th and will be launching a 22 city ‘Always and Forever Tour’ starting in Sacramento, California on April 8th. A full schedule of tour dates follows this release.   “My goal was to not […]

Cuba's Finest, National Symphony of Cuba at Lehman Center
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Cuba’s Finest, National Symphony of Cuba at Lehman Center

  Cuban director Enrique Pérez Mesa, maestro of the National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba and the Chamber Orchestra “Nuestro Tiempo, is taking advantage of a brief stay at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the borough of the Bronx, located at 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, where he will conduct his National Symphony Orchestra […]