Arts & Entertainment


Saint Maarten, the perfect island

Saint Maarten is the perfect island for a family trip.

Harriette Cole moderates latest DreamLeapers Behind the Scenes fashion event

Food and drink generously provided by famed soul food eatery Sylvia’s flowed freely on the recent evening when Harriette Cole, founder of DreamLeapers Initiatives did a deep dive into the fashion world.

Seventh Annual Artists Ball at Brooklyn Museum

What a ball! Last week’s Artist Ball at the Brooklyn Museum was a complete success, raising more than $1.7 million for the Institution.

Noon By Noor, feminine looks with tailored touches

For fall ’17, Noon By Noor’s collection was modern and effortless. Striking prints and interesting embellishments led the way.

Virginia Johnson, DTH prepare for City Center season

April 19-22, Dance Theatre of Harlem swings into City Center Theater with a program designed to highlight this company’s young, gifted ballet dancers’ command of a choreographic palette that ranges from the cool, elegant precision of classical ballet to the ...

Allen Maldonado, mogul in the making, launches new app

Allen Maldonado is now calling New York City home, temporarily, as he begins to shape the character, cousin Bobby, for the new untitled series executive produced by Jordan Peele (“Get Out”).

Tribeca Film Fest April 19-30

It is time for the annual Tribeca Film Festival when die-hard cinefiles get that wild, giddy expression.

Aunjanue Ellis of ‘Quantico’ talks NYC, Ben Carson

The usual reaction to news that your employer is changing locations is at least anxiety if not outright displeasure.

Here's how much airlines will pay you to give up your seat

How much will an airline pay you to give up your seat? The answer: As much as you can negotiate for.

Bill Cosby's 'Little Bill' books targeted for censorship, library group says

Embattled comedian Bill Cosby's award-winning children's books series has landed on the American Library Association's list of top 10 books targeted for removal from school libraries.

Tips for flying with children

Traveling with children is difficult. Well, let’s be completely honest. Doing pretty much anything with children is quite challenging, but traveling is especially hard. Their short attention spans, inability to move quickly or even just at your speed and need ...

Pretty psychedelic prints and shoes for fall ’17

At Jeremy Scott’s New York show, fashions on the runway were influenced by ’70s styles. Psychedelic prints were modernized in pantsuits, dresses, skirts and jackets.

April 2017 Dance Calendar

Two ballets companies will again share their season of dance: Ballet Hispánico (April 18-23) at The Joyce Theater and Dance Theatre of Harlem (April 19-22) at New York City Center.

Fab 5 Freddy in conversation with Greg Tate

Artist, rapper, composer and television host, Fab 5 Freddy, whose given name is Fred Brathwaite, will be in conversation with author and music critic Greg Tate April 8 at Pioneer Works in Red Hook, Brooklyn in conjunction with Brathwaite’s new ...

‘Ghost in the Shell’ re-boot makes casting misstep

The film based on Masamune Shirow’s cult manga series of the same name, “Ghost in the Shell,” has taken big hits for the casting of white woman Scarlett Johansson instead of casting a Japanese woman in the lead role.