VOLUNTEER: Bushwick Sculpture Garden Needs YOU!
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VOLUNTEER: Bushwick Sculpture Garden Needs YOU!

BY Cacy Forgenie

Here's a great way to participate in the arts while giving back to the community: volunteer at the Bushwick Sculpture Garden.  The Bushwhick Sculpture...

REVEALED: Complete Song & Artist Listing For Disclosure’s “Caracal”
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REVEALED: Complete Song & Artist Listing For Disclosure’s “Caracal”

BY Cacy Forgenie

The complete list of songs and performers on Disclosure's sophomore album, Caracal, was published by the band this morning on Instagram. Caracal Tracklsting:...

WATCH: Lauryn Hill Cover Nina Simone on Fallon
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WATCH: Lauryn Hill Cover Nina Simone on Fallon

BY Cacy Forgenie

Eight time Grammy Award winner, songwriter and producer Lauryn Hill has been busy this spring, much to the delight of her fans who've been yearning for new...

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