Tameka Raymond, who launched Kile’s World Foundation in honor of her late son Kile Glover this Spring, is hosting the first annual “Give Thanks 5k Run/Walk” in Atlanta.
Houston Arts Alliance presents “Speak,” an exhibition of sculptures by the late Lee Littlefield. A guerilla sculptor in the 90s until developing a relationship with the Texas Department of Transportation, Littlefield made contemporary sculpture in Houston for over 15 years.
R&B singer Trey Songz partnered with Versace to host a private evening of cocktails and shopping at Versace New York to benefit his charity, the Angels with Heart Foundation.
This week a global event called Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR) memorializes those who have been killed as a result of anti-transgender violence. See this massive list of events to attend Nov. 20-26.
Lauryn Hill is preparing to hit the stage at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom with a special Homecoming on Wednesday, November 27 (Thanksgiving Eve).
International Bust Down will commence at Chicago’s Beauty Bar on Friday, November 22nd with guests Pandemic, a hybrid of traditional folk music and contemporary dance music from around the world; Balkan beat king DJ Romasoul, and Chicago percussionist Daniel Crane.
The Weeknd is set to open for Justin Timberlake, beginning Wednesday, November 6th at the Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
Fruitvale Station star Michael B. Jordan was honored at a Vanity Fair event at LA’s Soho House on Monday night.
In support of her new album Matangi, M.I.A.’s mini Fall tour is set to hit Los Angeles on November 11th and 12th.
Chicago’s Tumbao Bar Grill will host the Dia De Los Muertos Dance Party this Wednesday, featuring Latin world music from DJs Soulphonetics and reggae tunes from Papa G.
The lovely vixens of New York City’s Brown Girls Burlesque are bringing “a showgirl showdown” to D.C.’s Black Cat DC.
Now that the summer season is closing, Ibiza Rocks is launching a brand new music festival to keep you entertained over the cold winter months. “Ibiza Rocks the Snow” is bringing the warm vibes of the Balearic Islands to the ice cold Alps this winter.
BRIC Art’s first second-Saturday House Party celebrates the creative and cultural diversity of the wonderful borough of Brooklyn.
An all female collective will take over London’s Shinobare Studios October 7th – 17th to showcase ‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ — movement, visual arts, and poetry centered on black women’s bodies, gender, and sexual expression through the lens of the Yorùbá deity.
On Saturday, Global Citizen Festival 2013 brought 75,000 people together to enjoy stellar musical performances by Stevie Wonder, Kings of Leon, Alicia Keys, and John Mayer, and to push us toward the audacious but achievable goal of eradicating poverty by 2013.
Tonight, Soulphonetics’ Dance Syndrome, Chicago’s longest running, monthly electro/global-bass dance party, returns to Taxim with electro-tropical DJ/producer Dario X.
In support of her 26th studio album, ‘Closer to the Truth,’ Cher has announced ‘The Dressed To Kill Tour’ for 2014.
Latino Heritage Month (September 15th – October 15th) is underway and the AfroLatin@ Project has partnered with Geko Jones and his Que Bajo?! record label to present the Afrolatinidad Series — three free nights of film, art, and music from 7pm to 10pm.
On Saturday, October 5th, MC Zulu and Chicago’s SubT Lounge host a night of global roots, transnational bass, and nu whirled goodness featuring Uproot Andy, of NYC’s Que Bajo?!
Que Bajo?! and Mixpak crews are joining forces for an electro-caribe Labor Day weekend celebration at New York City’s Libation on Saturday, August 31st.