Venezuelan Folkloric Dance & Music Will Come Alive at Folkmoot 2018

Folkmoot 2018 will be Viva Venezeula when North Carolina’s official international folk festival convenes in July for its 35th annual celebration of the world dance! Continue reading Venezuelan Folkloric Dance & Music Will Come Alive at Folkmoot 2018

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New York’s Metropolitan Museum Of Art To Host First Major Exhibition On Armenia

New York’s The Metropolitan Museum of Art, aka The Met, will soon unveil “Armenia!,” which explores Armenian arts and culture through its history, according to the esteemed museum’s website. Continue reading New York’s Metropolitan Museum Of Art To Host First Major Exhibition On Armenia

Axelrod PAC Presents Ninth Annual Israeli Film Festival

The ninth annual Israeli Film Festival runs Sunday, July 8 through Sunday, July 18 at the Axelrod Performing Arts Center in Deal Park, NJ. This year’s festival features eight award-winning films from Israel and the United States, covering topics as diverse as espionage, love, family, hidden secrets, the founding of Israel, and the Holocaust. Continue reading Axelrod PAC Presents Ninth Annual Israeli Film Festival

How New York Dominicans Helped Launch the Latin Trap Explosion

If you’re reading this, you likely already know that Latin trap is the new wave. Bad Bunny, Arcángel, Ozuna, Farruko, Anuel AA, and De La Ghetto — these are some of the biggest names in Spanish-language music, and they’re all making songs with sonic roots in the strip clubs of Atlanta. But if you haven’t noticed, most of the artists getting all the shine are Puerto Rican. And while the star-studded posse cut “La Ocasión” is generally considered to be the track that took trap en español worldwide, in part, the Latin trap tsunami started as a small earthquake in New York City clubs, set off by U.S.-born artists of Dominican descent. Continue reading How New York Dominicans Helped Launch the Latin Trap Explosion

New Film Festival To Celebrate Navajo Language And Culture

A new film festival in the Four Corners region is celebrating the Navajo language as the inaugural Navajo Film Festival is set to be held Saturday in Farmington.

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DURKL “Made in USA” Collection Jersey’s

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For Durkl’s Made in USA collection, they set out to highlight all things American. First to be released are a collection of vintage-styled sports jerseys to highlight the country’s culture. Three different styled jerseys come in matching colorways of Navy/Yellow and Burgundy/White with a “Made in USA” tag to acknowledge the collection are designed after vintage football and baseball sportswear. Continue reading DURKL “Made in USA” Collection Jersey’s