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by BWW News Desk - May 7, 2018

History comes (back) to life in Downtown Raleigh with annual series of plays. Burning Coal Theatre Company partners with the historic Oakwood Cemetery to present another series of plays about the fascinating folks who came before. The 2018 series will run May 18, 19, and 20 at the Oakwood Cemetery, 701 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, NC. Friday and Saturday performances will be at 6:30 pm; Sunday performance begins at 2:00 pm. Tickets ($20/adults, $10/students) will be sold on the day of the performance or are available by phone (919-834-4001). Parking is available inside the cemetery. Additional information can be found at www.burningcoal.org. (more...)

2017 Downtown Urban Arts Festival to Kick Off with LISA LISA at Joe's Pub; Lineup Announced!
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2017

Downtown Urban Arts Festival (DUAF), presented by Creative Ammo Inc., is a renowned multi-disciplinary arts event with cultural offerings in theater, film, music and poetry held annually during the spring at venues in downtown Manhattan, NYC. (more...)

The American Museum of Natural History Continues Its ONE STEP BEYOND Season with DJ Sets Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2015

The American Museum of Natural History continues One Step Beyond's eighth seasonwith DJ sets by Mayer Hawthorne, The Range, and Astro Nautico DJ's. The event will take place in the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Hall of the Universe tonight, March 6. (more...)

The American Museum of Natural History Continues Its ONE STEP BEYOND Season with DJ sets by Mayer Hawthorne, The Range, and Astro Nautico DJ's, 3/6
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2015

The American Museum of Natural History continues One Step Beyond's eighth seasonwith DJ sets by Mayer Hawthorne, The Range, and Astro Nautico DJ's. The event will take place in the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Hall of the Universe on Friday, March 6. (more...)

THE FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER Presents 'Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986'
by Danielle DeSisto - Jan 1, 2001

The Film Society of Lincoln Center will present Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968–1986, a series of key films, starting with William Greaves's seminal Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One and culminating with Spike Lee's first feature, the independently produced She's Gotta Have It which launched a new era of studio filmmaking by black directors. (more...)