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Graffiti artists leave their mark on NYC culture

Graffiti has become a stable of New York City since the early 70s and 80s, making its way from Philly to the Big Apple. From the Boogie Down Bronx all the way to Brooklyn, graffiti was making its mark everywhere from the trains to the walls of every shop.

Getting Empowered with Pop Culture Witches at Comic-Con

When the moderator of an SDCC panel closes his intro with “I invited all of these amazing women on to this panel so I can step back and let them handle it,” you know you're in for a magical time. And that was particularly apt at Pop Culture Witches, a ...

SDCC' 18 – Black Lightning's TV Cast and Creators Talk Culture

Right off the bat, co-creator Mara Brock-Akil comments on how she sought to depict black reality within the fictional universe: “Celebrating our culture is important to remind us that we are also part of the fabric of the American culture. In a lot of ...and more »

Six Pop Culture Icons Associated with Monmouth Park

The Haskell Invitational Stakes is July 29 at Monmouth Park, offering its winner a spot in the $6 million Breeders' Cup Classic on Nov. 3. The “War at the Shore” (as the Haskell is affectionately known) has garnered legions of loyal fans ...and more »

Culture and community collide at St. John's Fest

Anastasia mentioned how the festival has changed a lot sense it's conception, but that it has been doing a “good job” preserving the Italian cultures that are intertwined in the neighborhood of North Olean. He also mentioned his joy that the event now ...