From Angel Olsen to Solange, the words, sounds, and themes from women in music this year were immensely vulnerable, politically-conscious, and pave the way for musicians of the approaching 2020s to experiment further.
With explosive riffs, soaring vocals and infectious hooks, Irish indie rock quartet, Inhaler brought their raucous anthems to Elsewhere in Bushwick, Brooklyn on Thursday, Nov. 7.
Lead actor Antonio Banderas and director Pedro Almódovar attended the premiere of Pain and Glory at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall on Saturday, Sept. 28.
Lindsay Peoples Wagner, Lauren Wasser and Becca McCharen-Tran spoke about diversity and defying stereotypes in the fashion industry during NYFW.
Actress Francia Raisa talks Ana from “Grown-ish,” reflects on her strong female characters and advises how young marginalized women can speak out against stereotyping.
The host and presenters of the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards imparted messages of self-love and care to their millions of viewers.
The Baltimore-based duo played both rare and new tracks for their Brooklyn performance on Sunday night.
Soccer Mommy performed distorted rock anthems and poignant indie love songs for their NYC crowd on June 1.
In the heart of Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, the pavement between West 13 Street, Fifth Avenue, and University Place was transformed into a runway on Saturday, May 18.
Supermodel, author and entrepreneur, Ashley Graham spoke to college students at The New School in Greenwich Village, Manhattan.