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Celebrating African American History Month at Minton’s in NYC

Celebrating African American History Month at Minton’s in NYC

“Our Music, Our History” will be a two-day event on Monday, February 24th and Tuesday, February 25th and will feature two sets each evening at 7:30pm and 10pm.

Healing through cultural fashion and beauty, pioneer Isis Brantley

Healing through cultural fashion and beauty, pioneer Isis Brantley

Isis Brantley of Dallas, Texas is a style influencer and the recent recipient of the “Nzuri 100 Carat Diamond Award” for pioneering natural hair care; and being a trailblazer for over 20 years in the natural hair care industry.

An album lost in the Amazon: Juaneco y su Combo’s early jungle psychedelia music revived

An album lost in the Amazon: Juaneco y su Combo’s early jungle psychedelia music revived

In the early 1970s, a small and largely unknown city called Pucallpa, nestled in the heart of the Amazon jungle on the far side of the Peruvian Andes, was the birthplace of a genre of music that would become a regional phenomenon and a white whale for Latin music collectors many years later.

Brooklyn Film Festival tickets on sale now, opening night this Friday, through June 9

Brooklyn Film Festival tickets on sale now, opening night this Friday, through June 9

Festival to Hold a Variety of Special Events Including 9th annual kidsfilmfest on June 1 and BFF Exchange & Brooklyn Meets Spain on June 8

THE ACADEMY ANNOUNCES 2013 OSCARS® OUTDOORS SUMMER LINEUP

THE ACADEMY ANNOUNCES 2013 OSCARS® OUTDOORS SUMMER LINEUP

The Oscars Outdoors summer lineup, which runs through August 24, will also include such classics as “Big,” “Rushmore” and “Cinema Paradiso.” Screenings will take place at the Academy’s open-air theater in Hollywood.

Soul Soother: Rural Jamaican Bluesman Brushy Puts the World Together with a One-Stringed Guitar

Soul Soother: Rural Jamaican Bluesman Brushy Puts the World Together with a One-Stringed Guitar

When filmmaker Luciano Blotta walked out of a rural Jamaican recording studio, way off the beaten path of tourists and music hounds, he saw something wildly unusual: a man with an instrument. Even more surprising, the instrument in question—a battered but resonant acoustic guitar—had only one string…

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