Starting fresh with a new year is a chance to hit the reset button for many people, and your family can use this opportunity to rethink homemade meals while striving for nutritious (and still delicious) dishes.
The new year brings an exciting time in the film industry as Sundance Film Festival takes place from Jan. 28 through Feb. 3, 2021.
For the rest of January 2021, the virtual dance calendar is alive! Topping the offerings is Maria Bauman-Morales’ “Desire: A Sankofa Dream,” which runs Friday, Jan. 22 and Saturday, Jan. 23 via Zoom, starting at 7 p.m.
Theatrical performances were suspended on March 12 and it was originally thought that theater would return in September.
Are you contemplating putting yourself first in your affairs, or are you assisting someone else before you help yourself?
Picasso said that art washes away the soul of the dust of everyday life—so does travel. That truth hasn’t gone unnoticed by hotels.
“So much of our culture has been lost over the years, because someone just threw it away,” said Ralph McDaniels to the AmNews.
A new year brings with it new opportunities to better yourself in all kinds of ways, including your health. Start by evaluating your at-home menu to make sure it aligns with your nutritional goals.
Never in my 36 years as a journalist and theater critic covering Black theater have I seen a year like 2020.
We’re in the homestretch of forming new grounds. Uranus, the planet of the unexpected, is stationary and direct from its five months retrograde in the sign of Taurus that created social, interpersonal and global shakeup.
While you wait for the day that you feel safe enough to hit the road given the pandemic, start fantasizing about where in America you want to go.
BAM celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. To sustain the tradition while venues around the world remain closed, BAM will launch events virtually, connecting communities across the nation.
WNYC and the Apollo Theater are bringing the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. event to the national airwaves and digitally on Facebook Live.
So that about art imitating life or the inverse life imitating art holds true, what does art post 2020 look like? How does it sound? While we await for a definitive piece that exemplifies those queries, we can be certain ...
The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute is pleased to present, as part of the ongoing Zumbi Afro Bahia Cultural Program Series, a screening of the documentary, “Clyde Alafiju Morgan: In Bahia Between America and Africa,” directed by João da ...