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Worth Seeing: Rashaad Newsome’s 21st Century Heraldry


Even though his NYC gallery exhibit closes this week, Rashaad Newsome is a name you’ll want to remember.

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LIVE @ NYPL: Doing A Lemonade With Gilberto Gil

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Natalie Peart sits in on a conversation with the co-creator of tropicalia.

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REVIEW: Colin Grant's "The Natural Mystics: Marley, Tosh and Wailer"


A new, triple biography illuminates the early lives and influences of Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer

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REVIEW: "Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest"


Michael Rapaport’s doc does a solid job of contextualizing ATCQ, the moment they came on the scene, and their impact on hip hop

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Divided, we fail.

West Fest always drew the masses.

Sounding the claxon for a more united black alt scene in Texas.

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REVIEW: TV On The Radio — "Nine Types of Light"


TV On The Radio at its most sparse and hauntingly beautiful.

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REVIEW: Lynn Nottage's "By The Way, Meet Vera Stark"


From 1930s domestic worker to flamboyant trailblazing diva, Sanaa Lathan deserves every kudo she gets in Lynn Nottage’s new play

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REVIEW: Umair Haque – “The New Capitalist Manifesto” (Harvard Business Review Press)


A look at 21st century capitalism–and its implications for 21st century culture

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REVIEW: Sonnyboy — "BarFly Theory"

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Sonnyboy captures the modern day juke joint experience

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