Friday, 25 July 2014
Traditional music and dance marked the festivities.
The singer, who revolutionized Brazilian music in the 1970s, found religion and freed her style.
Home Reporter writes about celebrants honoring the memory of St. Paulinus with the Italian Giglio Feast in Brooklyn.
In the first museum-wide exhibit of art from the Arab World, the works of 45 contemporary artists are being displayed on the Lower East Side, The Lo-Down reports.
An exhibit on display in Times Square by Arlés del Río features fence-like sculptures that symbolize the barriers people build around themselves, reports Diario de Mexico.
French citizens, francophiles and francophones gather to mark Bastille Day in this video.
A Brooklyn Daily Eagle reporter discovers artwork by chance in Red Hook, from "beauteous bovines" to a sort of literary "Stairway to Heaven."
Before the fireworks, New Yorkers took to the salsa dance floor in this video.
Environmentalists and Hindu leaders in South Queens met recently to discuss ameliorating the impact of ritual offerings made in Jamaica Bay, Queens Chronicle reports.
Iranian art student Nazanin Noroozi wants her work to have universal appeal, she says in this video.
SinoVision stops by the recently opened tea room to get familiar with one aspect of authentic Chinese culture.
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