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The Evolution of the Big Apple Chorus

The barbershop chorus is changing.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

A Central American Poet Explores Identity, Race, and Rhythm… Via Zoom

Since González’s readings rely heavily on body language as well as spoken words, Zoom’s tiny squares of visibility present a challenge.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Apocalypse Now

Being confined in a tiny New York apartment, where the walls are so low there isn’t enough space to crawl up them, and realizing that butt-shaped indent on your sofa is never going away, can drive anyone stir-crazy in a snap.

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Election 2016: Trump-Inspired Art Exhibit Explores Sexuality, Celebrity in American Politics

Housed in the Chelsea-based Joshua Liner Gallery, the group show includes 27 works from 21 artists who capture the intersecting themes of politics, sexuality and celebrity through sexually explicit paintings and abstract sculptures.

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Artist’s installation asks consumers to find the real value in themselves

Langer said she hopes her project will bring an element of thoughtfulness to people so that they can connect with their inner truth and true value.

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Photoville harmonizes people, their phones, and photography

As a free event that is open to the public, the untraditional space liberates the viewers from expectations often associated with museums and brick and mortar galleries.

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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 […]

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“Homeless” ballet builds awareness and stirs emotion

The performance revealed the uncensored side of homelessness,

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NY People: Tafa the artist

Born in Ghana, international artist, Tafa, opens his Harlem studio and shares his inspirations.

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New work at Morgan Library & Museum reflects on passing time

From Rousseau’s relaxing oil-painting landscapes to Twombly’s charcoal lines to McGuire’s modernistic graphical boards and comic strips, the exhibitions wouldn’t have been possible without generous donations.