Category Archives: Multimedia Deadline
Graffiti is one of the most controversial forms of modern “art.” It’s rampant in large cities such as New York. While at one point in time graffiti seemed like a strong indicator that the neighborhood was going down hill, now many don’t seem to mind it at all. Continue reading
For Colored Girls is a heavy film that follows the lives of nine women living in New York City. One fateful afternoon the lives of the women all come together as one experiences a tragic lost. The film has a … Continue reading
Organizer of the New York Ukulele MeetUp Group Makalina speaks about how she found the four strings that now defines her lifelong passion. The group meets every Fridays and Saturdays at the Uke Hut, a little piece of Hawaii located … Continue reading
The Greenlight Bookstore, located in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, is an independent bookstore with a neighborhood focus that offers small time authors the opportunity to launch their books in a more intimate and casual environment. Entrepreneurs and authors Matt Lewis and … Continue reading
The Met and MoMA aren’t the only places in New York City where you can find great art – All you have to do is walk along the sidewalk. The city is home to a vast group of sculptors, painters, … Continue reading
This year’s One of a Kind Show in New York City showcased the work of more than 200 vendors of handmade goods—and while there are certainly hundreds of crafters in the tri-state area, these folks came from far and wide.