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Tupac stayin’ alive, getting his props

Looking back, it looks like filmmaker John Singleton was on to something. During his run, aside from the film “Rosewood,” Singleton’s mining of untapped talent from Black music and trusting that they could carry the acting and marquee load was ...

Bob Cranshaw versatile bassist and activist dies at 83

Bob Cranshaw, the versatile bassist whose great sound led him beyond the regions of jazz and his long musical relationship with Sonny Rollins to “Sesame Street” and to being a regular pit member in Broadway shows, died Nov. 2, at ...

Afro Cuban Orisha Dance Theater has world premiere Dec. 17

“Siete Mares,” a new work by Afro Cuban Orisha Dance Theater, is set to have its world premiere this weekend.

Grammy nominations 2017: Adele and Beyoncé reign

Adele and Beyoncé are set for steep competition at this year's Grammy Awards.

Arts for Art, Ndegeocello, Oasis, ‘VIV’ Awards

The holidays are in bloom with joyous events taking shape like a dashing Harlem reindeer.

December 2016 Dance Calendar

Include dance in your holiday plans.

Youth of Avenue Music Group spread the love with community giveback

This past Thanksgiving Day, while some people had turkey with all the trimmings and others went hungry, young entrepreneur Joshua Walker and his Avenue Music Group’s Spread the Love Giveback fed, clothed and entertained those in need in the Bed-Stuy ...

‘Soul Train’ keeps chuggin on

The stigma attributed to New Yorkers, especially when we’re out of town, is that we can be a little vociferous.

Prayers for Kanye West

News that Kanye West has been hospitalized resulted in an outpouring of well wishes for the rapper.

2016 American Music Awards top moments and winners

The 2016 American Music Awards brought out the biggest names in music Sunday night at Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater.

WATCH: Antonio Breez features fans in music video

Hip-hop artist Antonio Breez has a lot to be thankful for, in part to the success of his debut album “The Convocation of Antonio Breez” in early 2016.

Chance the Rapper leads hundreds from concert to early vote site

Chicago rap star Chance the Rapper led hundreds of crowd members from a free concert to an early voting location in the city on the night before Election Day, an effort dubbed the "Parade to the Polls" that was captured ...

CMA responds to allegations it removed social media posts over Beyoncé performance backlash

The Country Music Association is pushing back on reports it deleted social media posts about a performance by Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks at this week's CMA Awards.

Bobby Seale, Slave Coast, jazz thespians, Haynes swings

As the Black Panther Party celebrates its 50th anniversary throughout the United States, Bobby Seale recently stopped at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. He mesmerized an enthusiastic audience with corrected untruths and future goals for the people.

November 2016 Dance Calendar Pt. 1

The options are many for this month’s dance calendar: traditional, worldly, contemporary, annual favorites and so much more.