Posts Tagged ‘Dominican Pie’

Uptown Today: Speak Up @ Ganesha Outdoor Room

Uptown Today: Speak Up @ Ganesha Outdoor Room

This is a powerful event folks. Women from all walks of life and professions will gather to inspire, empower and enlighten. Our wellness contributor and breast cancer surivivor, Eileen Z. Fuentes, is one of the guest speakers. Along side Beck Hickey, Dominican Pie, Qiana and Steph La Callejera. Did we mention that powerhouse Tess will […]


The Poet of Rap: 7 Questions With Oveous Maximus

The Poet of Rap: 7 Questions With Oveous Maximus

BY Dominican Pie (@DominicanPie) Oveous Maximus is a Dominican rapper, music producer, and a popular poet who spent a great deal of his childhood in Washington Heights. His father still resides in the neighborhood, and he himself, can be found at the various events taking place throughout Washington Heights and Inwood. You may have seen […]


Painting Beauty in the Everyday: 7 Questions With Natalie del Villar

Painting Beauty in the Everyday: 7 Questions With Natalie del Villar

BY Dominican Pie (@DominicanPie) “Painting is just another way of keeping a diary.”—Pablo Picasso Q. When did you begin painting? A. I did my first oil painting when I was 13, but I really got into it after graduating high school. Q. What are your favorite tools? Do you prefer oil, pencil, charcoal? Painting on […]


The People’s Theatre Project Presents Inspired By…

The People's Theatre Project Presents Inspired By...

People’s Theatre Project in association with the Morris-Jumel Mansion presents INSPIRED BY… A festival of new plays out of Washington Heights June 21-24 the Morris-Jumel Mansion 65 Jumel Terrace Part of the Uptown Arts Stroll, this festival of staged readings is a celebration of People’s Theatre Project’s 2011-2012 Resident Playwrights Unit. The writers have worked […]


A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words: 7 Questions With Ben Ferrari

A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words: 7 Questions With Ben Ferrari

BY Dominican Pie (@DominicanPie) “I always thought good photos were like good jokes. If you have to explain it, it just isn’t that good.”– Anonymous The camera is one of the true ingenuities of mankind, its right up there with the printing press. The camera and its operator, the photographer, have allowed generations of people to […]


Shopping With a Personal Touch: 7 Questions With Jean Chung

Shopping With a Personal Touch: 7 Questions With Jean Chung

BY Dominican Pie (@DominicanPie) “Diversity is the spice of life”, while its been said quite often, for me it has always rang true. It’s what I love about New York City is that people from all walks of life, from all the corners of the earth, are constantly descending and renewing these five boroughs. Each […]


Letters to Uptown: Dominican Pie

Letters to Uptown: Dominican Pie

Dear Uptown, This letter is dedicated to thee, I must write it now for I fear that we will no longer be as we you use to be. See you have changed, I think that’s plain to see, the facelifts, new fixtures, the re-upholstery. You’re not who you use to be. You have been bleached […]


Uptown Collective Holiday Party Shout: Led Black

Check out: Uptown Collective Holiday Party Shout: 40 Oz Van Uptown Collective Holiday Party Shout: 55 Uptown Collective Holiday Party Shout: Dominican Pie Uptown Collective Holiday Party Shout: Frankie P BTW, Eva Hernandez of the Toy Box Project will be at the event to collect any new toys as part of their first annual toy […]


Uptown Collective Holiday Party Shout: Frankie P

Check out: Uptown Collective Holiday Party Shout: 40 Oz Van Uptown Collective Holiday Party Shout: 55 Uptown Collective Holiday Party Shout: Dominican Pie BTW, Eva Hernandez of the Toy Box Project will be at the event to collect any new toys as part of their first annual toy drive. We invite you to like our […]


Uptown Collective Holiday Party Shout: Dominican Pie

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Finding Laughter In Heartbreak: 7 Questions with Sujeiry Gonzalez

Finding Laughter In Heartbreak: 7 Questions with Sujeiry Gonzalez

BY Dominican Pie (@DominicanPie) A couple of days ago, a friend and I, a Dominican man in his late thirties, got into a conversation about men and women, that was in many ways, very clichéd. At least it was until my friend pointed out that he doesn’t really see people from younger generations, like mine, […]


Make Room On Your Plate For FREE LUNCH: 7 Questions with Circa 95

Make Room On Your Plate For FREE LUNCH: 7 Questions with Circa 95

BY Dominican Pie (@DominicanPie) Music is one of those human inventions that touches everyone who hears it; whether its Classical, Jazz, Blues, Merengue, Salsa, Country, Rock, or Hip-Hop, their is bound to be one or more genres of music that you like, that speak to you and your condition, or lift your spirits and help […]


The Art of the Remake: 7 Questions with Juan Bago and O

The Art of the Remake: 7 Questions with Juan Bago and O

BY Dominican Pie (@DominicanPie) From the team that brought the world “Pan Con Queso” the Dominican remake of Wiz Khalifah’s “Black and Yellow” now bring us “Dominis in the Heights” a music video spoof of Jay-Z and Kanye’s hit “Niggas in Paris.” The second hit off the popular hip-hop collaborative album “Watch the Throne” is […]

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