Arts & Entertainment


Knowyournumb3rs Rebirth of A New Nation October 1 - October 7

A brand-new you, we and me are on the horizon. Be straightforward in your intentions and organize your space for a clearer pathway.

Stealth Isolation: How to support Black women

We as a people do not know how much more we can take until it is put upon us.

Digital Access to Dance October 2020

Since March, because of COVID-19, a full calendar of live dance performances was not possible.

Dance Theatre of Harlem celebrates Arthur Mitchell’s legacy

Any other time, a celebration of the legacy of the Dance Theatre of Harlem’s visionary founder Arthur Mitchell, on the second anniversary of his passing, would have been a star-studded live event

‘Lovecraft Country,’ a fantastical take on Black/white dynamics in Jim Crow America

It would be wrong to try and quickly devour “Lovecraft Country,” a series that demands to be carefully chewed and slowly savored.

Outdoor roller rinks are all the rage across the US

Back in the day everybody wanted to be the coolest cat on a pair of roller skates.

Knowyournumb3rs Rebirth of a New Nation Sept. 24 - Sept. 30

Saturn will be direct on September 29, while Mercury’s shadow is in progress about to go retrograde in Scorpio on October 13.

Saul Williams talks new film, ‘Akilla’s Escape’

Actor, musician, poet and New York native Saul Williams is starring in a new film, “Akilla’s Escape.”

Billie Holiday Theatre streams ‘12 Angry Men…and Women’

The Billie Holiday Theatre in Brooklyn always finds new ways to demonstrate what a treasure it is to the Black community in New York City.

Halle Berry has directorial debut with ‘Bruised’

Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry knows a lot about perseverance in Hollywood.

Steve McQueen’s ‘Lovers Rock’ takes us back in time

Academy Award-winning director Steve McQueen (“12 Years a Slave”) describes the feeling of his new film, “Lovers Rock,” as “church.”

‘Noughts + Crosses’ —In a world where Blacks (Crosses) dominate, still no answers

Well educated and well heeled, the Hadleys of Albion are like many of the world’s elite families.

Museums, sculpture gardens to enjoy outside

When you think of museums, what likely comes to mind is a stroll through the hallowed halls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Louvre in Paris or the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia, perhaps. But that ...

Knowyournumb3rs Rebirth of the New Nation: September 18 - September 23

The new moon in Virgo on the 17th conjuncts the sun in Virgo at 25° Virgo. Virgo rules the sixth house of health, service and work.

The Billie’s ‘12 Angry Men...and Women’ streamed live from NYC’s first Black Lives Matter Mural

What a magnificent performance of “12 Angry Men” by beloved Black actors who enacted all-to-familiar police misconduct/brutality scenarios Saturday Sept. 5.