“We got rhythm, we got pride, we birth kings, we birth tribes,” Beyoncé sings toward the end of the nearly five-minute song.
“Children are at the very center of all that we do, and we created this video to share children’s perspective as they reflect and ask questions about what’s happening in our world today,” said Tony Moore, Gathering Place Executive Director and writer and producer of “What Kind of World.”
Dr. Stevie (Dr. View) Johnson’s latest hip-hop mixtape follows the same Blueprint of Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man but in musical form. (IN)VISIBLE MAN serves as a physical, artistic coping and entertaining device for the culture. I rate the album…
“MilesStyle: The Fashion of Miles Davis” explores a different look at the iconic musician though exclusive observations from his friends, colleagues, admirers and family.
National Poetry Month was established in April of 1996 by the Academy of American Poets and Poets organization, to honor those poets who told the stories, who saw the world through eyes and hearts full of various emotions and whose paths were not created by man but by the moving force of the universe.
Spike Lee still has his courtside seat, though the New York Knicks had to tell their superfan to find another way to get there.
The new gallery will open to the public at 6 p.m. on Friday, March 6, as part of the Tulsa Arts District First Friday Art Crawl. The first installment in The Healing Series will be “Blacklahoma” by Shannon Nicole of Oklahoma City.