The act of creation is frequently described as something that the artist doesn’t want to do, but something they must do. There’s an undeniable pull which the artist much acknowledge or they will be driven to torment. At least, that’s… Read More ›
Director Jenni Gold’s “CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion” examines the complex nature of disabled representation.
Without question, there’s something about storytelling that connects with audiences in a visceral way. A good story, no matter the medium, enables readers, listeners, or viewers to go on journeys of incredible fantasy or to observe moments of historical, even… Read More ›
Competition is thrilling. The initial motivation to jump in, the development, the anticipation on game day all result in one wild ride. If you’re fortunate enough to win that competition, the emotions can be overwhelming. This is where Science Fair… Read More ›
As a young, queer individual, it’s imperative for myself to know the history that has made the queer community so strong today: the culture, the tragedy, the struggle, and in the case of queer New Yorkers in the 1980’s, the… Read More ›
Documentary “A Whale of a Tale” offers an unbiased look at globally scrutinized Japanese village Taiji.
Those that claim art cannot affect change haven’t lived under the scrutiny resulting from a painting, a song, or a story. They are blind to the way a community shifts its stance or approach because of a strongly worded letter…. Read More ›
The DC Black Film Festival returns on Thursday, August 16, 2018, with a kick-off event at the Capitol Hill Hotel before the film screenings begin at The Miracle Theatre. Over the course of its three-day run, the DC BFF will… Read More ›
Blacktop ball, pro ball, trick ball. A&R rep, radio host, world-renowned DJ. Freelance sneakerhead, sneaker designer, founder of a cultural movement. Businessman, author, filmmaker. Entrepreneur, activist, globalist. These disparate concepts are connected by one legendary man whose influence stretches through… Read More ›