19-Year-Old Filmmaker Phillip Youmans Wins Top Honor at Tribeca Film Fest
The New Orleans native is the youngest ever to compete in the festival.
New Exhibit Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Stonewall Uprising
The Brooklyn Museum highlights the work of 22 LGBTQ artists.
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A100 List 2019 Celebrates Influential Asian American Pacific Islanders
Hasan Minhaj, Akwafina and H.E.R. make this year’s list, whose release marks the beginning of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
Twitter Users Defend World Champion Sprinter Caster Semenya
The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled that the South African Olympian must reduce her naturally occurring testosterone levels to compete.
The Temptations Musical Nominated for 12 Tony Awards
“Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations” is up for Best Musical, Screenplay, Director and acting awards.
Halima Aden Makes Sports Illustrated Swimsuit History
The magazine welcomes its first Muslim model to rock a burkini and hijab.
New Exhibit to Center Jean-Michel Basquiat's Identity and Activism
The Guggenheim Museum will mount “Defacement”: The Untold Story, which explores Basquiat’s formative years as an artist and activist in 1980s NYC.
John Singleton Passes Away at 51
Hollywood and others react to the pioneering work and impact of the Oscar-nominated director.