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Street Art in Williamsburg

Street Art in Williamsburg

The Brooklyn neighborhood has buildings, billboards, and even doorways covered in street art and murals.

South Bronx Farmers Market

South Bronx Farmers Market

The market’s mission is to combat obesity, diabetes, and heart conditions facing Bronxites.

Chihuly at the NYBG

Chihuly at the NYBG

The exhibit features intricate swirls, flowing tubes, brilliant spheres and neon-lit glass stretching 35 feet long.

The Bronx Meets East Africa

The Bronx Meets East Africa

Young Ugandan artists depict life in their native land compared to life in a densely populated Bronx.

Color Blind at NYFW

Color Blind at NYFW

An athletic clothing line that celebrates diversity made an appearance at New York Fashion Week.

FIXATE

FIXATE

RAW is an independent platform for new, underrated, upcoming artists to showcase their work.

Indie Filmmaking: The Uphill Battle

Indie Filmmaking: The Uphill Battle

Fundraising and distribution are just two challenges indie filmmakers face.

Remember the Children: Daniel’s Story

Remember the Children: Daniel’s Story

An exhibit depicts a little boy’s experience of the Holocaust and what he endured with his family.

The Natural Hair Movement

The Natural Hair Movement

A growing number of minority women are embracing their natural hair textures, but the professional world is not as accepting.