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Danny Aiello, Bruce Willis and Mayor David Dinkins attend the Crystal Apple Awards at Photo

Danny Aiello, Bruce Willis and Mayor David Dinkins attend the Crystal Apple Awards at Gracie Mansion on June 11, 1997 in New York City.

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12/26/2019
Tony and Emmy Award winner Andr  De Shields with Former Mayor David Dinkins Photo

Tony and Emmy Award winner Andr De Shields with Former Mayor David Dinkins

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07/20/2019
Former Mayor, Friar David Dinkins & Rinaldo Nistico Photo

Former Mayor, Friar David Dinkins & Rinaldo Nistico

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12/02/2017
 





David Dinkins News

Industry Pro Newsletter: New CEO of Second City, New Leadership Across the Country Photo Industry Pro Newsletter: New CEO of Second City, New Leadership Across the Country
by Alex Freeman - Sep 19, 2022

With the announced closing of Broadway’s longest running show, questions have risen about tourism (the numbers in New York actually look much stronger than a hot take on Phantom might suggest), about the resiliency of brands (also highlighted by what the future might hold for Second City), and what gets audiences excited to come out to the theater.

Composer Matthew Head Talks PBS' THE BLACK CHURCH On Tom Needham's SOUNDS OF FILM Photo Composer Matthew Head Talks PBS' THE BLACK CHURCH On Tom Needham's SOUNDS OF FILM
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 16, 2021

THE BLACK CHURCH's composer Matthew Head joins Tom Needham on the next SOUNDS OF FILM. Emmy-winning composer Matthew Head (P-Valley) scored PBS and WETA's upcoming 'The Black Church: This is Our Story, This is Our Song.' His inspiration for creating the score and brand new gospel songs comes from his own childhood experiences in the Black church.

How Theatres Everywhere Are Celebrating Black History Month Photo How Theatres Everywhere Are Celebrating Black History Month
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 9, 2021

This February, BroadwayWorld is committed to celebrating the outstanding contributions that Black artists have made to the American theatre. How can you tune in for Black History month programming? We've rounded up just a few events that highlight that legacy.

VIDEO: HBO Shares Trailer for YUSUF HAWKINS: STORM OVER BROOKLYN Photo VIDEO: HBO Shares Trailer for YUSUF HAWKINS: STORM OVER BROOKLYN
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 15, 2020

YUSUF HAWKINS: STORM OVER BROOKLYN, directed by Muta'Ali Muhammad (‚ÄúLife's Essentials with Ruby Dee‚ÄĚ) and debuting¬†WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12¬†(9:00-10:40 p.m. ET/PT), tells the story of Yusuf Hawkins, a black teenager who was murdered in 1989 by a group of young white men in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn.

Chris Hedges, Jesse Ventura And CORPORATE COUP D'ETAT Director Join Tom Needham On Th Photo Chris Hedges, Jesse Ventura And CORPORATE COUP D'ETAT Director Join Tom Needham On The Next SOUNDS OF FILM
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 22, 2020

Tom Needham will be interviewing Fred Peabody, the director of CORPORATE COUP D'ETAT, writer Chris Hedges, and TV Host Jesse Ventura this Thursday on WUSB's SOUNDS OF FILM.

Photo Coverage: Remembering Veteran Actor Danny Aiello Photo Photo Coverage: Remembering Veteran Actor Danny Aiello
by Walter McBride - Dec 26, 2019

Take a look back on the life and career of Danny Aiello with a collection of photos we've snapped over the years. 

BWW Review: A CITY OF REFUGE Offers Communion Amidst Crisis at The Center At West Par Photo BWW Review: A CITY OF REFUGE Offers Communion Amidst Crisis at The Center At West Park
by Derek McCracken - Dec 20, 2019

Inspired by true events, A City of Refuge from Primitive Grace Theatre Ensemble brings the audience squarely to church, a haven-as-melting-pot that reaches its boiling point and beyond. As a motley crew of community members collectively tries to absorb the shockwaves of what's happening outside (the Washington Heights riots), they must individually bear witness to each other, as well as to their own fears, biases, and the need for personal strength amidst relentless violence, shared vulnerability, and dwindling resources.

BWW Review: Michael Benjamin Washington Portrays Members Of A Divided Community in Cr Photo BWW Review: Michael Benjamin Washington Portrays Members Of A Divided Community in Crisis in Anna Deavere Smith's FIRES IN THE MIRROR
by Michael Dale - Nov 13, 2019

It's been a long-time point of pride among New Yorkers to be living in the most culturally and ethnically diverse spot on the planet, and given the history of the planet you can say that, comparatively, the city has done pretty well in encouraging a society of integration and acceptance.

Photo Flash: Andre De Shields Receives Certificate Of Recognition From The New York C Photo Photo Flash: Andre De Shields Receives Certificate Of Recognition From The New York City Mayor's Office and Harlem Week Pride 50 Award
by Stephi Wild - Jul 20, 2019

Prior to Thursday night's performance of Anais Mitchell's Hadestown, Tony and Emmy Award winner André De Shields was being honored at the annual Harlem Week kick-off reception at Gracie Mansion in New York.

48 LAWS OF POWER's Robert Greene and Composer Ilan Eshkeri To Be Guests On Tom Needha Photo 48 LAWS OF POWER's Robert Greene and Composer Ilan Eshkeri To Be Guests On Tom Needham's SOUNDS OF FILM
by Stephi Wild - May 5, 2019

THE LAWS OF HUMAN NATURE Author, Robert Greene, and UK-based composer Ilan Eshkeri are Tom Needham's special guests this Thursday at 6 pm on WUSB's THE SOUNDS OF FILM.

David Dinkins Videos

VIDEO: Sneak Peek - Raul Esparza Stars on NBC's LAW & ORDER: SVU
by Caryn Robbins - Nov 14, 2014

On the next episode of NBC's LAW & ORDER: SVU titled 'Spousal Privilege,' Detective Tutuola (Ice-T) comes across leaked security footage of a violent domestic dispute in a parking garage