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“KAWS: WHAT PARTY” OPENS AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

KAWS: WHAT PARTY The Brooklyn Museum From February 26 - September 5th, 2021 As the first New York Institution to present a survey of contemporary artist KAWS's decades-long career, the Brooklyn Museum is presenting KAWS: WHAT PARTY sponsored by Dior from Feb. 26 to Sept. 5, 2021. Brian Donnelly, professionally known as KAWS, is set…

URBANGLASS PRESENTS AN ALL NEON EXHIBITION WITH “STIRRING GLOWS” ON VIEW THROUGH MARCH 5TH

Stirring Glows UrbanGlass Robert Lehman Gallery From January 20 - March 5th, 2021 Closing night is glimmering upon the horizon for the Stirring Glows exhibit at Brooklyn's UrbanGlass as they prepare to end a nearly six-week-long run. Showing from Jan. 20 to March 5, the exhibit features an array of brightly colored neon artwork created…

MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST ZACH TABORI RELEASES LIVE “PANDEMIC PERFORMANCE’ VIDEO AND DONATES ALL MERCH PROCEEDS TO WORLD CENTRAL KITCHEN

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qfVY60wBBc&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=ZachTabori The COVID-19 vaccine rollout may have gradually (if inconsistently) begun across the world, but that doesn’t mean relief efforts are not still desperately needed. Thankfully, relative newcomer multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and composer Zach Tabori is doing his part to help out. The LA-based artist on Thursday released an energetic, high-octane visual concert video, “Pandemic Performance” on his…

WHAT WILL ART LOOK LIKE IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD?

Taking one step further into the future, Christie's Auction & Private Sales, or simply Christie's, is making history in the art world with a new unique piece. Everydays: The First 5,000 Days, is the first fully digital work of art to be put on sale by a major auction house. As Mickey Rapkin wrote for…

MEET NGOZI OKONJO-IWEALA, THE WTO’S FIRST AFRICAN AND FEMALE LEADER

On March 1, 2021, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala will make history – again. The former Nigerian Finance Minister will become the first woman and first African Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO). The WTO deals with the global rules of trade between nations. Her nomination comes only several months after the Trump administration had opposed her…

GET THE FACTS ABOUT THE COVID-19 VACCINES

After spending almost an entire year in lockdown, Americans have new hope of stopping the spread of Coronavirus. This hope comes in the form of vaccines produced by two companies, Pfizer and Moderna. The record-breaking speed of production has many skeptical about the efficacy and safety of the vaccines. Despite the efforts made by companies…

MASTERING MASTERCLASS: A NEW WAY OF LEARNING FROM PROFESSIONALS

With Zoom sessions replacing face-to-face classes, business meetings, and celebrated holidays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, who’s to say that culinary teachers can’t be replaced by Gordon Ramsey? Or singing coaches can’t be replaced by Christina Aguilera? MasterClass provides just that with online video courses taught by celebrities and other industry professionals, available to anyone…

KOLIDESCOPES BRING THE SOUL INTO DANCE MUSIC WITH NEW SINGLE “ALL FOR YOU” FEATURING GAVIN JAMES

https://www.youtube.com/embed/T9lQFrSGQk8 “We got on like a house on fire, so it made sense for us to collaborate.” That’s what Dan Dare, one half of rising star dance group KOLIDESCOPES, said regarding his collaboration with musical counterpart Johnny Castro. The two musicians come from vastly different ends of the pop music spectrum, and even corners of…

TAYLOR MOMSEN OF THE PRETTY RECKLESS ON HER BATTLE CRY FOR LIFE, “DEATH BY ROCK AND ROLL,” OVERCOMING TRAGEDY, AND HEALING THROUGH MUSIC

"Without this album, I don't know where I would be right now, I don't know if I would still be around. I was that low." Death, tragedy, substance abuse - in the years since her last album for The Pretty Reckless, to say Taylor Momsen has been through a lot would be an understatement. After…

“FRAMING BRITNEY” HIGHLIGHTS THE MOVEMENT TO FREE THE CONTROVERSIAL POP STAR FROM HER CONSERVATORSHIP #FREEBRITNEY

In light of the New York Times’ latest documentary, Framing Britney, released on Feb. 5, 2021, a deepening conversation regarding conservatorship abuse has been reintroduced to the public eye, bringing awareness to pop star Britney Spears’ 13 yearlong conservatorship and a call to end it. Britney Spears rose to fame at a young age, almost…

MASKS ON, 6 FT APART – GETTING READY FOR VALENTINE’S DAY 2021

Stripped down from all the distractions that usually turn Valentine’s Day into one of the most lucrative days of the year, this Feb. 14 might look – and feel – a little different. This Sunday, the masquerade of perfect relationships will likely resume with all the clichés that come with – romantic movies, heart-shaped almost…

REMEMBERING MARY WILSON: REIGNING SUPREME

With a dazzling smile from ear to ear, cheeks rosed from blush and shining silver earrings, Mary Wilson appeared as elegant as ever as she picked up her camera one last time on Feb. 6, 2021. “Well, it is Black History Month! Yes indeed, it is,” Wilson exclaimed smiling at the camera. “And I am…

JOHN LURIE PONDERS THE POINT OF PAINTING IN HBO’S “PAINTING WITH JOHN”

https://youtu.be/BEo0Slg5R-Y “As I get better talking to the camera, I become a worse person,” says John Lurie in one of his frequent comments of reluctant self-awareness and low key self-deprecation. “I crashed seven drones,” he tells us at another point. “Any idiot can fly a drone.” Indeed, doomed drone footage opens each offbeat episode of…

WHAT SHOULD HAVE SCORED 2021 GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS ACCORDING TO GEN-Z AUDIENCES

With the announcement of the 2021 Golden Globes nominations, the largely predictable round of backlash surrounding the Academy’s choices has officially begun. Awards season is all well and good for us pop culture junkies, but over the last couple of years it has become increasingly apparent just how behind the times the committees that select…

SHOULD THE U.S. BE WORRIED ABOUT DOMESTIC TERRORISM?

Only days after President Joe Biden’s inauguration, the Department of Homeland Security used its federal alert system for the first time in a year to warn of potential domestic terrorist threats in the coming weeks. The Acting Secretary of Homeland Security issued a National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) Bulletin on Jan. 27, 2020 due to…

SOPHIE WAS A PIONEER IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD

On Saturday morning, groundbreaking experimental pop artist and producer Sophie Xeon, more known mononymously as SOPHIE tragically died in what her publicist described as a “terrible accident.” According to the official statement, “true to her spirituality, [SOPHIE] had climbed up to watch the full moon and accidentally slipped and fell. She will always be here with…

BIDEN’S STANCE ON ABORTION: WHAT THE NEXT FOUR YEARS WILL BRING

Just over four years ago, on Jan. 21, 2017, women around the world took to the streets to protest the inauguration of Former President Donald Trump and statements he had made that were considered offensive to women. In Washington D.C., waves of pink overflowed the streets as hundreds of thousands of people marched against the…

WHY IS EVERYONE CRYING TO DRIVER’S LICENSE?

As new trends usually start, one morning, it seemed videos of TikTok users from around the world singing their hearts out started flooding social media. Lip-syncing face camera, users turned into performers, crying as they sang the heart-breaking lyrics from Olivia Rodrigo’s “Driver’s License.” “Guess you didn’t mean what you wrote in that song about…

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