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TRIBECA ENTERPRISES ANNOUNCES TRIBECA FALL PREVIEW
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TRIBECA ENTERPRISES ANNOUNCES TRIBECA FALL PREVIEW

Tribeca Enterprises announced Tribeca Fall Preview, a season-long series featuring film premieres, musical performances, and more. This exciting celebration will kick-off on Sept. 22 with the premiere of the highly anticipated “The Sopranos” prequel film “The Many Saints of Newark” at the Beacon Theatre.   “When it premiered on HBO in 1999, “The Sopranos” made […]

Power Of One Foundation & Patriot’s Voice Foundation's “The Re-United States of America Tour”
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Power Of One Foundation & Patriot’s Voice Foundation’s “The Re-United States of America Tour”

This year marks the 20th Anniversary of a day that shook America and saw the best of our military, first responders, health care workers, and everyday citizens. This historic event will take place at The Hanger at Orange County Fairgrounds in front of a small audience. It will be live-streamed. What better way to recognize […]

HBO Sports Presents The Vox Media Four-Part Doc Series, 'Level Playing Field'
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HBO Sports Presents The Vox Media Four-Part Doc Series, ‘Level Playing Field’

HBO Sports and Vox Media Studios have teamed up on “LEVEL PLAYING FIELD,” a sports documentary series featuring a range of stories that illuminate how public policies have contributed to inequities in the sports landscape and society at large. The four-part documentary series debuts Sept. 14 (8:00 – 8:30 p.m. ET/PT), with half hour episodes […]

'Stories From The Stage' Reflects On 9/11 In Season 5 Premiere
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‘Stories From The Stage’ Reflects On 9/11 In Season 5 Premiere

As the nation prepares to observe the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Stories from the Stage, the award-winning series from World Channel, returns for its fifth season with a special: Changed Forever 9/11. Featuring three storytellers recounting true-life events related to the aftermath of September 11, the episode debuts on Monday, September 6, […]

Madame Tussauds New York Reveals Black Panther Figure
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Madame Tussauds New York Reveals Black Panther Figure

The king of Wakanda and powerful warrior known as the Black Panther, has arrived in New York City. The new figure from Marvel Studios’ Black Panther was revealed by Madame Tussauds New York in striking photos featuring the figure atop the New York City skyline. The images were inspired by the iconic “Black Panther” movie […]

2021 Mazatlan Jazz Festival Is Almost Here
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2021 Mazatlan Jazz Festival Is Almost Here

Set your calendars for October 8-11 to head to this year’s most anticipated smooth Jazz event — the 2021 Mazatlan Jazz Festival. You’re going to be pampered. Set in the Mexican resort town, Mazatlan. For those who are registered, a private jet will take you to an all-inclusive resort and spa, ‘The Pearl of the […]

Paul Jackson Jr. Drops New Single, And Was Lead House Band Guitarist For 'We Love NYC Homecoming'
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Paul Jackson Jr. Drops New Single, And Was Lead House Band Guitarist For ‘We Love NYC Homecoming’

Grammy-nominated Jazz guitarist Paul Jackson Jr. is celebrating the release of his new single, “City of Refuge.” It’s already climbing the charts. Most recently, he shared the stage with heavy hitters like Bruce Springsteen, Carlos Santana, Barry Manilow, and Jennifer Hudson in Central Park at the “WE LOVE NYC” homecoming concert as the lead City […]

Tony Mack Drops New Single 'Bad Cop, Good Cop'
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Tony Mack Drops New Single ‘Bad Cop, Good Cop’

A new solo single from artist Tony Mack (of FreshBand) over on Trezure Roxx Records has dropped. The message song is entitled “Bad Cop, Good Cop.” It is available on all platforms: Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal. Take a listen to the song here. The single went to #1 in Canada and the UK.

Camille A. Brown To Direct "For Colored Girls" On Broadway
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Camille A. Brown To Direct “For Colored Girls” On Broadway

Producers Nelle Nugent, Ron Simons and Kenneth Teaton have announced that Tony Award nominee Camille A. Brown will direct the upcoming production of Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf on Broadway in 2022. This will mark Brown’s directorial debut on Broadway. Brown, who served as choreographer on the […]

The Havana Film Festival NY Returns
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The Havana Film Festival NY Returns

Bringing Latin American and Cuban cinema back to New York theatres, the 21st Havana Film Festival New York will feature more than 30 films from 11 countries on September 17 – 23, 2021. The Havana Film Festival NY is back. For a full program of film screenings, free events, special guests from around the world, […]

"Right Place, Right Time" Exhibition Presented By The Elizabeth Foundation For The Arts
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“Right Place, Right Time” Exhibition Presented By The Elizabeth Foundation For The Arts

“Right Place, Right Time: The Rest Is History:Becoming a Master Printer and Collector with Bob Blackburn” will be on view until Sept. 12 and is presented by the Elizabeth Foundation For The Arts. The show is curated by Marianna Olinger and Morghan Williams. Between 1972 and 1976, Kathy Caraccio–-a New Yorker born and raised in […]

Harlem's Calabar Gallery Presents "Black Artists In Their Own Realm," Curated By Atim Annette Oton
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Harlem’s Calabar Gallery Presents “Black Artists In Their Own Realm,” Curated By Atim Annette Oton

Harlem’s Calabar Gallery presents “Black Artists In Their Own Realm: Ideas, Materials ad Techniques” until Sept. 5. The exhibition was curated by Nigerian-born, American and British educated designer turned curator Atim Annette Oton, co-owner of Calabar Imports, an African fashion clothing, jewelry, home furnishings and gift store. The exhibition, which opened July 29 at the […]

Sport And Entertainment Main Feature For Inaugural RealVibez Film Festival
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Sport And Entertainment Main Feature For Inaugural RealVibez Film Festival

Caribbean content remains one of the most sought after globally yet remains largely untapped. That is the basis by which RealVibez, the entertainment subsidiary of Blue Mahoe Capital, will launch its inaugural online film festival. The three-day event will be held, August 25-27 and will feature a hybrid format with the face-to-face part being held […]

South Street Seaport Museum Announces Opera Performance About Social Justice
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South Street Seaport Museum Announces Opera Performance About Social Justice

South Street Seaport Museum announces Opera In Depth: Exploring What Lies Beneath, a virtual discussion on Tuesday, August 17, 2021 at 7:30pm, in advance of On Site Opera’s upcoming production of “What Lies Beneath” specifically designed for the 1885 tall ship Wavertree. Join artists and members of the creative team for a conversation about what […]

TV Restaurateur, Singer-Songwriter Ms. Robbie Debuts "Ain't My Stuff Good Enough" Video
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TV Restaurateur, Singer-Songwriter Ms. Robbie Debuts “Ain’t My Stuff Good Enough” Video

Robbie Montgomery, affectionately known as Ms. Robbie, has had an extraordinary life. She is noted for being one of the original Ikettes in the Ike & Tina Turner Revue in the 1960s. After her tenure as an Ikette, she was a member of the Mirettes, and then became a “Night Tripper” for Dr. John. In […]