Dillard Boone, II, well known entertainment and arts producer and public servant in NYC and Westchester County, passed away, Thursday, January 10, 2013 after a brief illness. Continue reading
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The Harlem Edge: Cultivating Connections, on view at the Center for Architecture from July 12 through October 31, presents entries to the latest ideas competition developed by the Emerging New York Architects (ENYA) Committee.
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Tagged Architecture, Center for Architecture, Emerging New York Architects (ENYA), Groen Hoek, Harlem, Harlem River, HLW Gallery, New York City, Roosevelt Island, South Street Seaport, The Harlem Edge: Cultivating Connections
HW photographer Derrick Salters was on the scene on a beautiful Tuesday evening at the Skippers Pierside Café, at the South Street Seaport, JRG Entertainment held its Press Launch Party for the upcoming Bikini Under The Bridge fashion show. Continue reading