Reverend Al Sharpton delivered a powerful eulogy for George Floyd at his funeral service in Houston. “God took an ordinary brother from the Third Ward, from the housing projects… and made him the cornerstone of a movement that’s going to change the whole wide world,” Sharpton said. Continue reading
Ballroom icon Hector Xtravaganza passed away on December 30, 2018 in New York City, he was 60 years old. A dancer, activist, and HIV/AIDS advocate Hector used his art of vogue and love of ballroom (combined with his special flair for the “extravagant”) to enhance the lives of countless individuals in the ballroom community for over thirty-five years. His death was officially announced Sunday on the House Of Xtravaganza’s facebook page- the house he loved so much that he adopted Xtravaganza as his legal surname.Continue reading
On the behalf of Out and About NYC Magazine we acknowledge the death of Aubrey Crawford aka Kassandra Ebony. This young man had a flare beyond its limit. Aubrey Crawford was treacherous within the dance world.Continue reading
The Other America, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s address from Stanford University’s Memorial Auditorium on April 14th 1967. Dr. King speaks out about racism, civil rights and inequality in America. Continue reading
Don”t Cry, an excerpt from On The Block (After Bearden) a full evenings one act dance work choreographed by Walter Rutledge and based on the six panel mural The Block by Romare Bearden. In the section a man, who deeply loved his wife, visits her grave. Her spirit returns one last time. The images were derived from the second panel of the Bearden rural.Continue reading
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