Dress up, duckwalk, be fabulous, be yourself, get tested, and get fierce this weekend as Pittsburgh's vibrant ballroom community hosts the 3rd annual Galaxy Ball: Voodoo.
Sean Beauford curates what should be on your must-do list this week including duck walks and death drops, soul music and afrobeat, wine and words, and high art.
Raise your fist this week for Black art at The Met, Black artisans in the Hill District, bi-cultural African women, and a brand new baby girl.
Events happening this week offer opportunities to take a deeper look at our communities, our relationships, and ourselves.
Royal Shakespearean actor Paterson Joseph shares the story behind his one-man show, SANCHO, about the life of Charles Ignatius Sancho, an African, born on a slave ship but never enslaved, and the first Black Briton to cast a vote.
This Week in Pittsburgh: Young Urban Artists Transcending, a Tribute to Rihanna, and a Storytelling SLAM
Youth rising, joyful stories, and newMoves are happening in the city this week.
This Week in Pittsburgh: Black Liberation, Strayhorn Tribute, Oral Storytelling, and a Birthday Bike Ride
Around the city this week, we’re honoring heroes from the world and national stages...and right in our own backyard.
The arts, activism, fitness, recovery, and the best damn chicken and waffles in The 'Burgh--nourishment comes in many different forms this week.
Piano, poetry, letters, and song...so many voices raised this week in the ‘Burgh
Award-winning films exploring the experiences of queer people of color and a party for National Adoption Month are among the events happening in the city this week.
Polaroids in Detroit, Art in Homewood, UpSouth in Brooklyn, and more of what we're checkin' for
Big screen, small screen, and the money to make it happen...here are a few happenings of note this week.
Deep South rap, West African dance, and hip hop’s origins in the Boogie Down...the ‘Burgh is all over the map this week.
Zombies, history, and deliciously disruptive men of leisure are among some of the best happenings in the ‘Burgh this week.
Dancing and social change and calls for black artists...these are a few of our favorite things.
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