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Vin Keatin Releases Debut Ep Certified

Emerging R&B singer Vin Keatin is a break from the habitual hip-thrusting, pop-like music that passes for rhythm and blues today.
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A Night Of Papa At Manhattan Movement & Art Center

Former principal Dancer with American Ballet Theatre, Stars of American Ballet, and Danish Royal Ballet, Phyllis Papa presents a night of four extraordinary works....
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Philharmonic Plays 5th-Grader's Work

Ten-year-old Nuha Dolby is heading to Lincoln Center for a performance by the New York Philharmonic of "Voices of Darkness" — her very own composition....
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A Hard Hitting Show About The Injustice In The American Justice System

A Bronx theater company mounts hard hitting show that explores the injustice in the American Justice System. Center Stage Community Playhouse continues its’ 42st season in February with Jessica Blank’s and Erik Jensen’s award winning play The Exonerated, directed by Holland Renton....
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Hip Hop Founder In Bad Health

Kool DJ Herc, the deejay many credit with founding hip hop music is very ill without health insurance to help him pay his medical bills. ...
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John Patrick Shanley Hits Provincetown

Playwright John Patrick Shanley, who won a Pulitzer Prize for “Doubt” and an Oscar for his screenplay for “Moonstruck,” was born in the Bronx, the setting for “Five Corners” (1987), which is being screened on Tuesday, February 1, 2011....
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Bronx Opera Company Returns

The 44-year-old Bronx Opera Company will be bringing their production of Auber's Fra Diavolo to Hunter College's Kaye playhouse in Manhattan tonight. After last weekend's performances at Lehman college the show has travelled to the island of Manhattan. ...
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American Idol Hopeful Slams Bronx

Borough President Ruben Diaz blasted “American Idol” for the portrayal of the Bronx as a drug-infested kill zone of gang violence when showing a video of contestant Travis Orlando. Is Idol’s portrayal accurate or overblown? Check out the video for yourself. ...
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The Ricanciliation

The Homeless Focus! Reel Players and Poets Club, Inc. presents "The Ricanciliation"....
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Bronx Resident Stars In Buffalo State College Theater Production

Bronx resident, Jamaican native and Buffalo State College student Daigi-Ann Thompson will be starring as a lead role in The Children's Hour, written by Lillian Hellman and presented by Buffalo State College and Casting Hall Productions November 10-20, 2010. ...
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Jay-Z & Eminem Turn Yankee Stadium Upside Dow

On September 13 & 14, hip hop legends Jay-Z and Eminem hit the stage performing the first ever concerts at the new Yankee Stadium as part of their Home and Home tour. The rappers sold out Yankee Stadium for both nights, playing to crowds of around 80,000 fans....
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Shooting Wraps On 'Gun Hill Road'

Shooting has successfully wrapped in New York's Bronx borough on Rashaad Ernesto Green's first feature-length film, "Gun Hill Road," its producers said....
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The Kora Player From The Bronx

Salieu Suso is one of the inconspicuous residents of the Bronx. His apartment on Hoe Avenue is nondescript as is his appearance. However, he is probably one of the residents who has made the Bronx very proud....
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Mike DeStefano - NBC's Last Comic Standing Finalist

Born in the Bronx, Mike’s fascinating life of crime and addiction is the template for his hilarious act, taking all the stories from his past and morphing them into a stand-up show that leaves no one safe from laughter. ...
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A Tomato Can’t Grow In The Bronx

Novelist, playwright and radio host Gary Morgenstein’s powerful new play, A Tomato Can’t Grow in the Bronx, will have its world premiere on Wednesday, September 22 through Sunday, September 26, at The Producers Club in New York City....
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Biopic About Linda Lovelace

Rumors that Lindsay Lohan has been fired from Inferno, the new movie biopic about Linda Lovelace, have been squelched by the producers. ...
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Bronx's Own Sweet Cyanide

New York City’s favorite bastard sons gear up to hit the road to open for Hinder, Daughtry, and 3 Doors Down at this years Rock N Rev Festival. A festival that has been running in conjunction with notorious Sturgis Bike Week, now in it’s 70th year. ...
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Bervin Harris & Music With A Message

The band is comprised of 21 multi-talented kids ranging from the age of 7 to 21 years old. They recently performed at Madison Square Garden, Bronx Week, and last year’s U.S. Open....
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Lysistrata At Van Cortlandt Park

No.11 Productions presents Lysistrata at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. This sharp, witty and timely adaptation is accessible to theatergoers of all ages....
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The Story Of The New York Accent

From Atlantic Avenue to Zerega Avenue, word on the street is the New York accent is disappearing — a casualty of a city that has evolved into a vast expanse of banks, H&Ms and glass-blown high-rises. ...
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