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New York City vs. Street Artists,' will the petition reach Supreme Court?

It's been a few years since a 2010 city rule limited the number of artist-vendors allowed to sell their work in major public spaces like Central Park, Union Square Park, Battery Park, and the High Line. However, after the rule ...

Imhotep's Guide To Black Events Jan 30 - Feb 5

As we move into our GBE Black History/African Heritage Month with the extra cold winter season, the 2014 Grammy Awards turned up the heat this past weekend in a star-studded broadcast that featured Jay Z, Beyoncé, Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams ...

Exhibit at Schomburg center features artwork from Black cartoons

Pamela Thomas, a member of the City College of New York class of 1996, and business partner Loreen Williamson have assembled one of the most extensive collections of 1970s Black animation art in the United States for the show “Funky ...

Rennie Harris Puremovement returns after 10-year hiatus

Hip-hop dance fans and the dance community at large will be pleasantly pleased to see the return of Rennie Harris Puremovement (RHPM) after a 10-year hiatus at the Joyce Theater, running from Jan. 28-Feb. 2. RHPM has been busy touring ...

MLK, redefined as a politician

Various Martin Luther King, Jr. Day events are available for people to celebrate his legacy: from a new Broadway play, to documentary, to ballet.

Imhotep's Guide To Black Events Jan 23 - 29, 2014

Our GBE “Emancipations Month” spotlight shines on “Friday Night in Harlem,”

Tagged in a ‘Ride Along’

Twitter was abuzz that the rising street artist known by the moniker “oVeR"

Cartoonist Zelda Ormes inducted into NABJ Hall of Fame

Jackie Ormes, the largely unknown Black female cartoonist

Cleopatra’s Needle on view at the Met

The exhibition “Cleopatra’s Needle” is showing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art now through June 8, 2014. An ancient Egyptian monument and a gift to the city of New York from the khedives of Egypt, the obelisk of Pharaoh Thuthmose ...

Augusta Savage, a renowned sculptor and civil rights activist

Augusta Savage, a renowned sculptor

Creators Showcase brings together art and music

Visual artist, DJs and performers came together for the Creators Showcase presented by Ally NYC

Curate NYC: New York artists, worldwide stage

Curate NYC, a dynamic multimedia artist showcase, began as the winning idea to a request for proposals from the city that had the modest goal of exhibiting art in city-owned buildings.

Imhotep's Guide to Black entertainment Nov23rd-Jan12th

Greetings! As we head into the holiday season, we wish you and your families safe travels and urge you to take time to take a bite out of the Big Apple. Make plans now. You know where we are, so ...

Queens Museum reflects borough’s diversity

The reopening of the Queens Museum could be a game changer.

Melvin Van Peebles at the gallery

Today (Thursday) is your last day to see “eMerge 2.0: Melvin Van Peebles & Artists on the Cusp.”