Rapper Gorilla Nems, known for the TikTok sensation "Bing Bong," is revitalizing the Coney Island neighborhood where he grew up. He's starting with his flagship FYL retail store, then beautifying one block at a time with unique murals and artwork.
Brooklyn welcomes The Bamboo Cafe, the borough's first cannabis-friendly lounge, as its grand opening in Williamsburg brings soothing tunes and a joyful elevated experience with the new Bamboo brand.
When stepping inside Samantha Keely Smith’s Brooklyn studio, it is impossible to miss the massive, surrealist paintings decking the room. There is an abundance of detail to examine in all of them: miniscule trickling veins of paint, hidden opaque layers upon layers, scraped away and repainted clouds. Some pieces are serene, while others are...
It’s a hot, sunny, summer, afternoon on July 9, 2019; about 88 degrees. On this day, Vaughn Jefferson, AKA The Cure Rater, unveils an original mural honoring the late Dr. Frank Mickens [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Mickens], a Bedford-Stuyvesant community icon, to a large crowd outside the Ideal Food Basket grocery store...
Since 2015 NYCCFF has annually screened shorts, features, and documentaries that explore all facets of cannabis culture, from medical and scientific revelations to artistic fantasies.
Last weekend, dedicated to empowering women through entertaining online content, personal interviews, and outreach events, Hellotittie provided a platform for a group of twelve female artists to showcase their talent.
n a world increasingly inundated by advertisements where everything—including people—is for sale, the non-profit initiative #SAVEARTSPACE is taking back billboards across America and transforming them into spaces for bold, creative dreamers.
Alison Clancy is one talented lass. A singer, dancer, overall performer, we fell in love with her from previous videos and performances as well as her new one, 'Wasted Love,' a collaboration for the theatrical Street Ballet NINE BY SEVEN.