Fans of actress Alfre Woodard should prepare to be delighted come Nov. 17.
Not too long ago, for a Dance magazine segment titled “Why I Dance,” Cynthia Oliver wrote: “This mission, to look at cultural, social, environmental, gendered, classed, racial, and other conditions that make us who we are—vulnerable, erroneously confident, humorous, ridiculous—is ...
The idea behind Fall for Dance at City Center, under President and CEO Arlene Shuler, Associate Producer Stanford Makishi and Artistic Advisor Ilter Ibrahimof, is to bring together a mixed bag of dance genres and dance lovers.
With the holidays coming up fast, window shopping becomes a favorite pastime.
In her Coral Gables Atelier, Florida’s renowned designer Silvia Tcherassi unveiled a sensuous spring-summer 2015 fashion collection last Wednesday to a private group of VIP clients, industry insiders and the media.
Located along California’s beautiful Central Coast region just 120 miles south of San Francisco, 70 miles south of San Jose and 345 miles north of Los Angeles, Monterey is one of the nation’s most popular tourist destinations, playing host to ...
There are so many great travel-related clothing and accessories, gadgets, products and more on the market today that it is often hard to know which ones would be of benefit, whether sojourning to faraway lands or close to home.
We’re a little past the midway point for the NFL season, and both area teams are winning below expectations.
Boys and girls ages 3 to 13 rocked the runway at New York City’s Hotel Pennsylvania last Saturday to benefit the Stop Bullying Project that’s finally catching on.
“Faking It: Originals, Copies and Counterfeits”
Questlove interviewed George Clinton about his memoir, "Brothas Be, Yo Live George , Ain't That Funking Kinda on You?" at the Schomburg Center. A fascinating time was had by all.
The West Bronx born and bred culture known as hip-hop commemorates its 40th anniversary this weekend, and the organization that established it—the Universal Zulu Nation—will observe its 41st anniversary.
At each Jazz Foundation in America annual concert the logo stresses “saving jazz and blues…one musician at a time,” and the several younger musicians who performed Friday evening at the Apollo for the 13th annual concert assures the continuation of ...
Suge Knight, hip-hop producer and founder of record label Death Row Records, has found himself in hot water again, just weeks after being shot at a Los Angeles nightclub.
The dance scene in New York packed the Apollo Theater in droves to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the renowned award ceremony, the Bessies, which honor outstanding creative work in the field. Fittingly, New York City’s first lady, Chirlane McCray, ...