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Jazzin’ at the Vanity pays homage to the music, people and history of East Jefferson corridor on the city’s eastside.
A traveling installation highlights the past, present and future of American Muslims and their culture. Razi Jafri, curator, speaks on its origins.
A new museum exhibit called “American Visionary: John F. Kennedy Life and Times” is on display at the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum in Saginaw through June 29th.
The demolition of ‘the Joe’ is approaching, and it’s tugging at our heart strings.
Detroit poet jessica Care moore is staging the new production at the Wright Museum in Detroit.
The Skillman Foundation's 2017 Annual Report features stories and artwork by inspiring Detroit youth as well as adult contributors who came up through the city’s public schools.
The publication also highlights community members who live day in and day out for Detroit kids and provides information about the Foundation’s grantmaking and changemaking efforts.
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Storytelling in the visual arts context has the ability to shock and impose layers of juxtaposition that correlate with roots of history while embracing revival through subject, space and lighting choice.
In this interview, artist Shawn "xST" Theodore speaks in depth about his concept, artistic connection to the Black community and its neighborhoods, in addition to the role Philadelphia plays in formulating and understanding his artistic eye.
The depth of Brittani “Brittsense” Sensabaugh’s photography extends beyond setting up beautiful compositions. With each click, she aims to document the radiance of Black and brown skin and the love among us—regardless of whether it’s evident to others.
Read more on how she uses her camera to not only analyze neglected neighborhoods but to also uncover the reasons they’ve been allowed to fall apart.
Legendary and highly influential hip-hop group, Main Source, celebrated the 25th anniversary of their debut album, “Breaking Atoms” with an exclusive vinyl reissue via Vinyl Me, Please, and the band’s first live performance in over a decade!
Anxiety and depression – two topics rarely discussed in the Black community and among young, Black girls. So, let's talk...
VIBE's Editor-in-Chief, Datwon Thomas talks shop about his journey as a staple in hip-hop journalism, the allure of magazines and what’s lacking in today’s coverage and conversation. Plus, find out a few lessons he learned from Sean “Puffy” Combs.