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Have you ever looked at a homeless person, and pondered how they got into that situation? Have you ever asked yourself why don’t they just go to a homeless shelter?
DJ, House Shoes sent all of his producer friends around the globe some Biggie Smalls Acapellas for them to remix.
Pharrell Williams and StereoTypes host Ryan Hall speak to men and women on the street about what a woman’s role is in today’s society.
By snapping photographs of each license plate they encounter—up to three thousand per minute—and retaining records of who was where when, license plate readers are fundamentally.
StereoTypes” tests assumptions about musical tastes based on physical appearance.
The folks at ET3 want to make what they call “Evacuated Tube Transport” a reality.
Nas is back in grind mode for his upcoming album Life is Good.
Brooklyn Boheme is a love letter to a vibrant African American artistic community who resided in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill Brooklyn during the 80′s and 90′s.
It’s a damn shame that many people were introduced to Etta James in the years before her death last week.
Upcoming Singer / Songwriter Elle King who reigns out of Brooklyn, New York put on a spectacular performance at the ACL stage!
It’s been 8 years since Ol’ Dirty Bastards death, and his music still lives on today.
Intimate theater relies on tight spaces and unconventional stages to collapse the distance between performer and viewer.
First Russel Simmons with Kanye West, and now MTV with a reality show on Occupy Wall-Street??!!??
New York – New York – New York. The place where artist, entrepreneur’s and activist migrate to pursue their passion to the fullest
Motion Capture is a recording process that registers the physical movements of the performer absent the image of the performer.
It is a strange tale of oral sex, a knife fight and the most unlikely of pregnancies recently brought to light by the blogosphere has doctors touting the triumphant persistence of sperm.
The book comprises more than 100 pictures taken by Davidson while riding the subway in New York in the first half of the 80s.
Going to the Laundromat can be a tedious chore, but in Manhattan it is also a chance to learn some English
This Hip-Hop / Pop / Soul duo has single handedly made it from the underground to the mainstream through hard-work, diligence and longevity.