Posts Tagged ‘Native Americans’

Serving Looks: Elle Comes To Harlem

Serving Looks: Elle Comes To Harlem

Shout out to Elle for a stellar photo shoot in Harlem recently. Featuring models Amilna Estevão and Alécia Morais and styled by Samira Nasr, Elle really did their homework and represented the eternal capital of cool properly. They hit up such iconic Harlem hotspots as the Apollo Theater, The Malcolm Shabazz Market, Sylvia’s and Red […]


Aserica Comes Uptown…

Aserica Comes Uptown…

Hyper cool and subversive Aserica came to Harlem recently for a slick photo-shoot by Tiffany Mumford featuring Fashion Editor Tamara Raquel Jones and model Olantha. Click below to see the rest of the images. Check out: Aserica Comes Uptown…


Get Focused: En Foco is accepting submissions for its 2017 Photography Fellowship | Manhattan Times

Get Focused: En Foco is accepting submissions for its 2017 Photography Fellowship | Manhattan Times

Find your focus. En Foco, the arts organization serving supporters of photographers of color, is accepting submissions for its 2017 Photography Fellowship. The Fellowship is designed to support photographers of color who demonstrate the highest quality of work as determined by a photography panel of peers and industry professionals. Submission Deadline is Monday, February 6, 2017 at […]


06/12/16: Origin Stories @ The United Palace – Irka Mateo

06/12/16: Origin Stories @ The United Palace – Irka Mateo

Irka Mateo sings and writes “Mestizo Music” songs inspired by the Taino/Afro/European folk traditions of her native Dominican Republic, the Caribbean and Latin America. Her love of the peasant population– bearers of the ancient culture –led her to travel ten years in the rural areas of the Dominican Republic uncovering and documenting over thirteen genres […]


Princess Naomi – Uptown’s Indian Princess | My Inwood

Princess Naomi - Uptown's Indian Princess | My Inwood

By Cole Thompson Author’s note: Published reports and records vary about the spelling of Kennedy’s first name. According to descendants her name was spelled Naomie. Since moving to Inwood I’d heard stories of an almost mythical figure known only as Princess Naomie, who, in the 1930’s, took up residence near the old tulip tree in […]


Evidence of Native American activity uncovered in Isham Park | My Inwood

Evidence of Native American activity uncovered in Isham Park | My Inwood

by Cole Thompson An ongoing improvement project in a city park has uncovered signs of Native American settlement on the northern tip of Manhattan. Workers digging a trench for the installation of water fountains in Isham Park have unearthed a curious concentration of shells. Could the shells be part of a larger shell midden? Could […]


NoMAA Celebrates The NYC Debut of Indigenous Rock Band Sak Tzevul

NoMAA Celebrates The NYC Debut of Indigenous Rock Band Sak Tzevul

Thursday, May 17 7-9pm Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (178 Bennett Ave. @ 189th St. – 1st Fl.) www.nomaanyc.org or 212.568.4396 Admission: $10 (suggestion donation) Please join NoMAA for a program that will showcase the unique musical message from Batz’i Rock Band, Sak Tzevul, and a conversation about spirituality and indigenous traditions in contemporary life. Opening […]


Drums Along the Hudson As Seen By Tony Gonzalez

Photography by Tony Gonzalez (@TonyCreative) [slideshow]


THE NEW INDIAN ROAD PLAYGROUND – TRIBUTE OR TRAVESTY?

BY Chiara Sottile [slideshow] Argus Construction is putting the finishing touches on Inwood’s Indian Road Playground. The renovated playground, named for its location at Indian Road and 214th Street, will have all new equipment and a new theme: Native American natural history. But leaders in the Native American community say designers missed the mark. Chiara […]

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