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EVERYTHING Album by Brooklyn’s KOTA The Friend Debuts At #1 on iTunes Charts

Independent hip-hop artist and Brooklyn native, KOTA the Friend, released his sophomore album, EVERYTHING at 12am Friday May 22. The album...

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Check Out “Touré Show, Live!” At BRIC On January 10th

“Author, television host, podcaster and Brooklynite Touré conducts in-depth interviews with successful Black people, exploring what...

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It’s Official: Biggie Smalls Gets Street Named After Him in Brooklyn As NYC Council Approves ‘Christopher Wallace Way’

Christopher Wallace aka Biggie Smalls and the Wu-Tang Clan will officially have streets named after them, as voted on by the NYC City...

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Adidas Taps Brooklyn Hip Hop Artist Kota The Friend To Rock Their Newly Released Ultraboost19’s

Brooklyn hip hop artist, Kota The Friend, has been on fire lately, coming off extremely successful tours in South Africa and Europe, and it...

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A Merkin Concert Hall Broadway Close Up Presentation: “Two’s Company: Broadway’s Great Duets” Comes to Brooklyn’s On Stage at Kingsborough

On Stage at Kingsborough Presents 2017 Fall Performing Arts Season Bringing World Class Artists to Brooklyn   A Merkin Concert Hall...

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American Food and Immigration Policy: Past, Present, and Future At The Museum Of Food And Drink On Thursday, July 20th!

About: “Taco Trucks on Every Corner. The Yemeni bodega strike. A Day Without Immigrants. Today, the complex relationships between...

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“We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85” Exhibit At The Brooklyn Museum

About: “Focusing on the work of black women artists, We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 examines the political,...

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Laurie A. Cumbo Will Be Funding A New Dance Studio On April 29th!

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Check Out Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern At The Brooklyn Museum!

About: “Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern takes a new look at how the renowned modernist artist proclaimed her progressive,...

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Check Out “Poetic Justice: Speaking Their Names” At The Brooklyn Museum On Thursday, February 23rd!

About: “The National Coalition of 100 Black Women honors the legacy of Maya Angelou with an evening of social justice–infused...

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