Arts & Entertainment


How is indoor dining? Let’s hear from the owners

After prohibiting New Yorkers from eating in restaurants on March 16, Governor Cuomo released a report on Sept. 9 to introduce his initiative to reopen restaurants.

Knowyournumb3rs Rebirth of A New Nation October 20 - November 4

As we approach the last remaining days of October, you may be preparing to relocate, or have a project that takes you a step closer to your journey.

Digital Access to Dance November 2020

Since March, because of COVID-19, a full calendar of live dance performances was not possible. Venues that decided to roll out virtual offerings, some commissioned, many archival, continue into November.

Stealth Isolation: Voting and sowing the seeds of Black society

Every year has a cycle. And the Black community is presumably more aware of the ebbs and flows and turns of the tides more than any other because our brand of oppression has been so blatant and violating since the ...

2020 Tony noms: A who’s who of theater

Although theater will not be back until May 2021, the 2020 Tony nominations are out and the awards will occur virtually this year, at a date to be announced.

HBO Max’s ‘The Witches’ is a perfect new version

“The Witches” is based on Roald Dahl’s book. He’s a prolific author who made a career of focusing on characters that seriously despise little children.

Danai Gurira, Stephen Daldr, Lynn Nottage present ‘Act Out: Vote2020’ Oct. 29

Tony Award-nominated playwright, actress and activist Danai Gurira, one of the most brilliant voices in theater today, has teamed up with two-time Tony Award-winning director Stephen Daldry and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage to present a very special event ...

Safety steps for spooky fun

Traditional family activities like trick-or-treating create fun moments and memories, but the effects of COVID-19 on this Halloween will bring about change for the spooky excitement.

Healing Music for Turbulent Times

Two musicians find friendship during quarantine.

Black Voices Are Loud and Clear at New York Film Festival

The lineup at the 2020 New York Film Festival (NYFF) included an impressive array of African diaspora films and the festival’s usual collection of international motion pictures.

One to watch: Angel Manuel Soto, director of ‘Charm City Kings’

I am not wrong about finding new talent. I know what I know—and what I know is that director/screenwriter Angel Manuel Soto is the real deal.

Knowyournumb3rs Rebirth of a New Nation October 22 - October 28

These last three and a half weeks might have you feeling like you’re at a fork in the road.

Stealth Isolation: Marathon, not a race & ‘Dispatches from the Vanguard’

It’s a rainy, grey day in the Northeast region of the United States. The rain and the looming clouds seem to mirror the weariness of the hearts and minds of American citizens.

Calvin Royal III: 1st Black male principal with ABT in two decades

Another extraordinary African American has joined Misty Copeland in the roster of American Ballet Theatre’s principal dancers.

Staying current with travel rewards programs

Right now since you’re more at home than flying the friendly skies and may not be heading to the airport any time soon, you’re likely wondering whether you should pack away your travel rewards credit card and let it collect ...