Is Michael B. Jordan’s character, N’Jadaka, really such a bad guy?
The group formed by an English woman, two Mexicans and a Spaniard, celebrate their 10th anniversary with performances in two continents.
When you’re famous for being famous, and rich because of it, you’ll do anything to stay in the spotlight.
“Our vision is to impress a larger mandate for culture across New York, our country, and the world, one that is inclusive and based on mutual respect,” Chris Massimine
“It’s our responsibility as artists, not just respond artistically, but to also provide a measure of inspiration to the act of resistance.”