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Gift ideas for Father's Day that work

After a warm celebration of Mother's Day, the dads all over the world may start to become haywire as the Father's Day is not so far away.

The 15th annual Games for Change fest is coming up!

Nothing is as clear a predictor of the trajectory of a society as technology.

Misty Copeland lights up Met stage during ABT’s season

Misty Copeland, the American Ballet Theatre’s first African-American principal ballerina in its 75-year history, is featured in practically every ballet performed during the company’s current season (now through July 7).

People’s Organization for Progress continues fight against injustices

At 5 p.m. Monday afternoon, organizers from the People’s Organization for Progress, a grass-roots activist group, held the organization’s weekly Justice Monday event outside the Peter Rodino Federal Building in Newark.

How to get a good night’s rest while traveling

Getting a good night’s rest is hard enough when we are in the comforts of our own homes.

Striking a ‘Pose’ at the Tonys

Fashion designer Joseph Altuzarra walked actress Indya Moore, from the upcoming show “Pose,” down the Tony carpet.

Tonys: ‘Once on This Island’ won, but Black nominees didn’t fare as well

One sadly consistent thing at the 72nd annual Tony Awards, which recognize excellence in Broadway theater, was that no Black actor who was nominated won.

Fall/winter color forecast

For fall/winter 2018, Pantone Color Institute has named 10 top colors for men and women.

George Coleman, J.D Allen,King of Stage,' Asinamali

Since VTY started its jazz series, Sunday Serenade, at the West End Lounge on the Upper West Side (955 West End Ave. at 107th Street), it seems to be having a resurgence of popularity reminiscent of earlier times.Since VTY started ...

Stylish performance pieces for men and women

The enjoyable aspect of Chromat’s show for New York Fashion Week was the array of models in all sizes and shapes.

POPSUGAR Play/Ground: The weekend of woman-centered fun we deserve!

In what is sure to become a NYC tradition, last weekend powerhouse women’s lifestyle brand POPSUGAR hosted two days completely dedicated to wellness, empowerment and self-care for women

Daddy Rich wants folk to Go Africa Harlem Street Festival

African unity is what inspired us to host annual events and celebrations like the Go Africa Harlem Street Festival,” said Richard “Daddyrich” Iyasere, a community organizer who says he is the “Enogie of New York.”

Misty Copeland lights up Met stage during ABT’s season

Misty Copeland, the American Ballet Theatre’s first African-American principal ballerina in its 75-year history, is featured in practically every ballet performed during the company’s current season (now through July 7).

Ailey kicks off summer season celebrating women

The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre’s traditional summer season sweeps into Lincoln Center June 13 to June 17 with three diverse programs—Celebrate Women, Ailey, Then & Now and Musical Icons—the Ailey Spirit Gala benefit, three new Ailey dancers and a ...

Talking SCHOP! Harlem Hops

Opening this Saturday, June 9, 2018, is the newest soon-to-be hot beer spot, Harlem Hops (@HarlemHops, 2268 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., www.harlemhops.com).