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State of Baltimore
Special Reports

State of Baltimore

The staff of Pavement Pieces, traveled to Baltimore for a 3-day multimedia project.

NY People: Kennedy, Singer of Kennedy Administration
Features / Video

NY People: Kennedy, Singer of Kennedy Administration

The lead singer of the Kennedy Administration tells her story.

Youthtroup brings Peking opera to NYC
Audio / Features / Uncategorized

Youthtroup brings Peking opera to NYC

Youthtroup connects young people in New York to the culture and unique sound of Peking opera.

The Pretty Reckless rock out in NYC
Arts / Features

The Pretty Reckless rock out in NYC

The Pretty Reckless, a New York City based band. Photo courtesy of  Wikipedia by Stacey Kilpatrick Through a mop of blonde curly hair, silhouetted by blue, yellow, and purple lights, front woman Taylor Momsen and band mates of The Pretty Reckless kicked off the night’s iHeartRadio Live concert in New York City on Monday evening. Thrashing, hair flipping and dancing […]

Dust off your LP’s, vinyl is back
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Dust off your LP’s, vinyl is back

by Raz Robinson and Megan Jamerson Vinyl records are making a comeback.

Nigerian-born singer and artist Laulo Senbanjo plays his guitar.
Arts / Audio

Social justice through art and music: Laulo Senbanjo

Laulo Senbanjo is a Nigerian-born singer and artist.

El Taller Latino-Americano faces eviction
Multimedia / News / Slideshows

El Taller Latino-Americano faces eviction

With rising rents, the cultural center is about to be driven out of the area.

Features / Slideshows

Famous in Kathmandu, anonymous in New York

A rock star from Nepal finds new life in New York

Arts / Features

Brooklyn artists exchange arts education for church studio space

Local bands join forces with parish school to celebrate the arts.

Travel restrictions might prevent some artists from attending Si Cuba festival
Arts / News

Travel restrictions might prevent some artists from attending Si Cuba festival

Cuban-Americans struggle between celebrating culture and condemning politics.