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Every night, a NYC VIBE video team is on the red carpet, backstage, behind the scenes and interviewing stars, celebs, directors, producers, singers, dancers and legends.

Operating as usual

12/30/2020

NYC VIBE was in a quite subdued and empty Times Square today watching the final preps on the 12-foot Waterford Crystal and LED Ball that will count down the end to a nightmare of a year. The two stages were being completed that will host livestreams and live TV programs but no revelers and people in attendance other than the lucky 40 COVID-19 front liners that won a lottery to be on hand.

We asked the New Yorkers that stopped by Times Square today what they wished for in the new year.

12/29/2020

NYC VIBE was saddened to learn of the passing of our dear friend Shirley Young who we first met many years ago when she was the Vice President for China Strategic Development at General Motors China - as a key driver in General Motors’ landmark investment in China’s auto industry

As a co-founder of the Committee of 200, Shirley always invited NYC VIBE to cover their many exciting and newsworthy events here in NYC as well as in Beijing.

We often spoke about her passion for arts and cultural exchange between the U.S. and China will long be remembered, and her legacy on Chinese American issues will continue to guide the work at Committee of 100.

We miss you already Shirley!

11/10/2020

#bidenharris2020 #joebiden2020 #kamalaharris2020 #onenation #newnation #celebration #newbeginningsahead #election2020🇺🇸 #tuesdaymood #trumplost #trumploses #justice #newera #democracy #democracyinaction #votehimout #voteforchange #voteready #nycvotes #nyccelebration #2021

09/09/2020
ALL ARTS

"#BeingBlack in #Sweden is very different to being black in the United States" says artist Jason “Timbuktu”Diakité at the launch party of his memoir #ADropofMidnight, part of which he wrote at the house of #RedRooster chef Marcus Samuelsson

📚 The creators of the forthcoming stage adaptation of "A Drop of Midnight" by hip-hop artist Jason 'Timbuktu' Diakité, commissioned by Harlem Stage, talk about its development at the release of the new book!

09/01/2020

NY State Lt Governor @kathyhochulny demands Trump rescind
Susan B. Anthony pardon: 'She did nothing wrong'

Susan B. Anthony didn't want to be pardoned, and New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul feels President Donald Trump should respect her wishes.
Trump marked the centennial of women winning the right to vote by making a surprise announcement - pardoning Anthony, a women's rights activist who was a key figure in the suffragist movement.
But Hochul strongly believes that's the wrong decision. NYC VIBE caught up with the fired up Lt Governor at the Monumental Women’s statue unveiling event in New York's Central Park.
Hochul claims that Trump "treated (Anthony) like a criminal" by issuing the pardon. Trump has pardoned 26 people and commuted sentences for 11 others during his presidency. Many of the people granted clemency have personal or political connections to Trump.

#tuesdaythoughts #tuesdaymood #womensrighttovote #womensrightsarehumanrights #womensrightsmovement #womensrightsmatter #womensrightsactivist #ltgovernor #nycactivism #susanbanthony #pardon

08/29/2020

#monumentalwomen #inspirationalwomen #fridayvibes #fridaymood #fridaymotivation #womenempowerment #womenvoters #centralparkstatue #sojournertruth #susanbanthony #elizabethcadystanton #womensrights #womensrightsarehumanrights #womensrightsmovement #womensrightsmatter #womensrightsactivist #sufferagemovement #womenvoters #vote #vote2020 #centennial #hillaryclinton #centralparknyc #literarywalk #moveforward #equalityforall

#monumentalwomen #inspirationalwomen #wcw❤️ #womancrushwednesday #centralparkstatue #sojournertruth #susanbanthony #eliz...
08/26/2020

#monumentalwomen #inspirationalwomen #wcw❤️ #womancrushwednesday #centralparkstatue #sojournertruth #susanbanthony #elizabethcadystanton #womensrights #womensrightsarehumanrights #womensrightsmovement #womensrightsmatter #womensrightsactivist #sufferagemovement #womenvoters #vote #vote2020 #centennial #hillaryclinton #centralparknyc #literarywalk #moveforward #equalityforall @ Literary Walk in Central Park

08/16/2020

#roberttrump #blainetrump #godslovewedeliver #godslovewedelivernyc #charity #trump #trumpfamily #lyndacarter #lyndacarterwonderwoman #wonderwoman #wonderwoman1984 #wonderwomanedit

08/07/2020

Sean Diddy Combs’ son Christian “King” Combs was driving his new Ferrari in Beverly Hills, CA late Tuesday night when an alleged drunk driver speeding in a Tesla smashed into him on Sunset Blvd.

The 22 year old rapper suffered minor injuries and was treated at the scene.

NYC VIBE has interviewed the charismatic and talented oldest son of Diddy many times over the past years - meeting up at the VMAs in NYC and on fashion red carpets.

We are glad he is okay! The car can be replaced!

#christiancombs #carcrash #ferrari #beverlyhills #safetyfirst #fridayfeeling #nycvibe

07/29/2020

The #WomenSupportingWomenChallenge, started by Turkish women to bring awareness to the inordinately high rate of #femicide in #Turkey has taken Instagram by storm. Women and celebrities worldwide have posted #blackandwhite selfies to their feed to represent the monochrome images often plastered across news outlets to memorialise recent victims.

#womenempowerment #turkishwomen #womensupportingwomen #womensupportingwomen❤️ #womensupportwomen #challengeaccepted #womeninspiringwomen #wednesdaywisdom #wednesdaymotivation #womencrushwednesday #womancrushwednesday #womancrushwednesdays #jenniferlopez #jlo #katehudson #naomicampbell #kerrywashington #rachelbrosnahan #caradelevingne #halleberry

07/25/2020
THE 2020 CFDA FASHION AWARDS NOMINEES ARE UNVEILED

THE 2020 CFDA FASHION AWARDS NOMINEES ARE UNVEILED

The 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards were originally set for last month at the NY Public Library, but the glamorous event was indefinitely postponed.

The leadership wants to acknowledge and honor American fashion’s great creatives, so they just released the nominees for the 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards.

NYC VIBE has been on site on the red carpet and in the winners interview-photo op backstage area for years now and takes a closer look at those up for the prestigious honor and what representing American fashion to the world means to them.

#cfda #cfdaawards #cfdanyfw #cfdagang #cfdamember #cfdafamily #americanfashion #americanfashiondesigner #brandonmaxwell #marcjacobs #marykateandashleyolsen #therow #telfarclemens #swaelee #tomford #thombrowne #virgilabloh #rickowens #emilyadamsbode #bode #designeroftheyear #womenswearstyle #menswearstyle #emergingdesigner #emergingbrand #emergingdesigners
#globalfashion #globalfashionagenda

The 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards were originally set for last month at the NY Public Library, but the glamorous event was indefinitely postponed. The leadership ...

07/23/2020

NYC VIBE has caught up with Kim and Kanye many times in the past years at New York City fashion and music events and shares our concerns that Kim wrote on her Instagram that she feels “powerless” to help her husband in his “painful” battle with bipolar disorder. Kim called Kanye West a “brilliant but complicated person” and asked for compassion and understanding from their fan base.

NYC VIBE is working with the new Mental Health Coalition with designer Kenneth Cole - a potentially life-changing movement to destigmatize all mental health conditions and support the emotional well-being in all communities.

Now is the time to reach out to the Coalition which can provide resources, guidance, treatment, education, and inspiration to everyone in need.

#nycvibe #nycvibes #kimkardashian #kim #kimye #kimandkanye #mentalhealthquotes #mentalhealthmatters💚 #mentalhealthcoalition #kennethcole #mentalhealthawarness #howareyoudoing #howareyoufeeling #howareyoureally #howareyoureallychallenge #kanyewestsundayservice #kanyewestquotes #kanyesundayservice #keepingupwiththekardashians

07/10/2020

Civil Rights activist Reverend Al Sharpton @Real_Sharpton joins @NYCMayor Bill de Blasio in celebrating the just completed Black Lives Matter street mural on Fifth Avenue.

#BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatterNYC #ICantBreathe #BLMMural #fridaymotivation #NYCArt

07/09/2020

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio helps paint Black Lives Matter street mural outside of Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue

Thursday, July 9, 2020: Mayor de Blasio was joined by his wife, Chirlane McCray, Rev. Al Sharpton, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, and dozens of volunteers in roller painting the yellow letters onto the temporarily closed off street. Work on the mural comes after last month’s announcement of de Blasio’s plan to have several NYC streets painted with the Black Lives Matter rallying cry.

NYC VIBE was on the scene all morning and here is a preview of a complete story our news team is working on now.

#BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatterNYC #ICantBreathe #BLMMural #ThursdayThoughts #nycart #nycartscene #politicalart #blacklivesmattermural #trumptower #trumptowermural #nycvibe

06/25/2020

NYC based Artist @CavierArt found himself down on his luck at the start of the Coronavirus shutdown, due to art gallery closures and no place to perform rap on stage given the unprecedented circumstances. Until Puma called - giving him the opportunity to decorate their boarded-up shuttered flagship Fifth Avenue storefront.
In the wake of citywide shutdowns followed by weeks of ongoing protests, street art has played a pivotal role in unifying New York. Businesses like @Puma have discovered the important use of art to spread messages of hope and solidarity during these turbulent times, offering their closed storefronts as canvasses for artists like Cavier Coleman to promote “unity, color, and happiness” in an effort to “make it feel like New York once again.” #cavierart #pumaart #pumastyle #pumastore #blacklivesmatter #blacklivesmattermural #isanyonelistening #visionaryart #muralartist #artforthepeople #artforart #artforartssake #paintersoninstagram #color #unity #unityindiversity #artinspirations #covidartmuseum #artduringcovid19 #covidart #artforchange #5thavenue #manhattanart #nycgraffiti #graffitigram #graffiti

06/23/2020
NYC Artists use Street Art to Spread Messages of Support for Black Lives Matter

NYC Artists use Street Art to Spread Messages of Support for Black Lives Matter

June 2020 - New York City: The killing of George Floyd marked a turning point in the Black Lives Matter movement, prompting worldwide activism against systemic racism and police brutality. Many have met this call to action by protesting in the streets, signing petitions, contacting government officials, and making donations and rallying friends and family to do the same. NYC artists Daniel Bonilla, Denis Ouch, along with Japan’s Satoshi Fujita turned to art- using a boarded-up NYC as their public canvass to spread messages of solidarity and hope.

Daniel Bonilla, artist and longtime Inwood resident, felt the need to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement in his community. With the help of Susana Osorio, the owner of MamaSushi on Dyckman Street, he began the process of painting a mural of George Floyd on the boarded-up restaurant storefront. Osorio donated the paint to Bonilla and other community artists, and spoke to fellow business owners on the street to convince them to allow art on their storefronts as well. Dyckman Street was soon lined with artwork by Bonilla and other community artists, baring support for the movement and paying tribute to Floyd. Bonilla hopes the artwork succeeds in echoing awareness throughout his “melting pot” community of Inwood, and that it ultimately spreads a “positive message out of something negative.”

Brooklyn-based artist Denis Ouch felt a similar urgency to show support for the movement through street art. Ouch began tagging various boarded-up buildings throughout the city with the same African-American Superman rendering. Ouch, who grew up in Moscow, explains that he chose Superman because he symbolizes “strength and indestructibility,” and represents “justice.” He felt compelled to spread this image in the hopes that people would notice it and get inspired to fight for the right cause.

Japanese artist Satoshi Fujita, who works under the moniker Dragon76, felt a similar call to action. Fujita created a giant mural in tribute to Floyd on the Lower East Side, and hopes that it will inspire people to take action in response to the problem of racism. As a Japanese artist, Fujita notes an overall “Coexist” theme is present in most of his work, and hopes that this tribute to Floyd serves as a visual reinforcement of the need for justice in the wake of systemic prejudice.

Black Lives Matter artwork has popped up in cities all over the world in the wake of Floyd’s murder. Murals and emblazoned streets serve as backdrops to protests that continue to consume cities and towns across the globe, as the fight for justice continues on.

#NYCStreetArt #Graffiti #ProtestWithPaint Graffiti Art and Street Art Around the Globe Street Art United States Banksy Street Art STREET-ART-WORLD-WIDE Street Art Magic

June 2020 - New York City: The killing of George Floyd marked a turning point in the Black Lives Matter movement, prompting worldwide activism against system...

06/08/2020

Today would have been the 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards at the NY Public Library - Last year the fashion world honored Jennifer Lopez
#nycvibe #cfdafashionawards #cfda #cfdanyfw #cfdagang #mondaymood #fashionmonday #fashionawards #2020fashion #2020fashiontrends #americanfashion #ootdinspiration #jlochallenge #jlotiktokchallenge #fashionicon

06/05/2020
NYC VIBE: Protests and civil unrest continue in NYC as Black Lives Matter protesters push for reform

Protests and civil unrest continue in NYC as the Black Lives Matter movement pushes for systemic reform (Too many words for YouTube)

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Thursday morning, June 4, 2020 - New York City - The Black Lives Matter movement continues to gain momentum across the globe, as protesters take to the street to demonstrate outrage in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.

This past weekend of protests that descended into chaos and widespread looting have New York businesses scrambling to protect their property. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and non-essential business closures, businesses have been left more vulnerable than ever given the recent vandalism and theft.

Store fronts have been boarded up and merchandise has been removed and sent back to warehouses.

NYC VIBE witnessed first hand some businesses that have even employed armed guards to keep watch of their properties while Saks Fifth Avenue had their flagship store wrapped in razor wire. While some damage from rioting could be typically covered by insurance, many affected businesses do not have that policy and will have a hard time trying to recover.

NYC has extended the 8 PM curfew through Sunday which leads into Monday, the first phase in returning to work - with hundreds of thousands expected to head to their offices, shops, restaurants and places of business.

https://youtu.be/ObseJ9T1jqE

Thursday morning, June 4, 2020 - New York City - The Black Lives matter movement continues to gain momentum across the globe, as protesters take to the stree...

05/19/2020
A Retrospective Look Back - Derek Jeter’s Annual Celebrity Invitational Golf Tournaments of the Past

#NYCVIBE - A Retrospective Look Back - Derek Jeter's Annual Celebrity Invitational Golf Tournaments of the Past

This is the time of the year that we would have been talking about the exciting action that would have just taken place in Las Vegas for the Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational golf tournament to raise funds and awareness for the Turn 2 Foundation.

We are hoping the tournament and gala can take place later this year - as we feel a void in our lives especially supporting important education and social organizations that do important work, we went back into the NYC VIBE vault to keep the spirit alive.

The annual multi-day #golftournament has celebrities and athletes compete head-to-head on the exclusive Shadow Creek golf course with all proceeds going to Jeter’s Turn 2 Foundation and its signature programs. The Turn 2 Foundation, founded by Derek Jeter in 1996, aims to help and motivate young people to focus on education, community service and leading a healthy lifestyle.

The #Turn2Foundation, founded by Derek Jeter in 1996, aims to help and motivate young people to focus on education, community service and leading a healthy lifestyle.

Celebrities that have attended in the past include @Pitbull Miles Teller, Joey Fatone, T.I. JasonDerulo, Jorge Posada, Ken Griffey Jr., Nancy Lieberman, Frankie Muniz, Benjamin Bratt, Bode Miller, Ahmad Rashad, Jonathan Ogden, Natalie Gulbis, & Blair O'Neal among many others.

#NYCVIBE This is the time of the year that we are talking about the exciting action that would have just taken place in Las Vegas for the Derek Jeter Celebri...

05/19/2020
The Jazz Foundation of America hosts #TheNewGig Live for COVID-19 Emergency Musicians’ Fund #NYCVIBE

The Jazz Foundation of America hosts #TheNewGig Live for COVID-19 Emergency Musicians’ Fund #NYCVIBE

May 2020 - The online concert, hosted by Keegan-Michael Key, featured performances by Elvis Costello, Sheryl Crow, Jon Batiste, Robert Cray, Angelique Kidjo and more. The show included appearances from other celebrities including Bruce Willis, Danny Glover, Rosie Perez, and Jeffrey Wright.

Additionally, the program featured archival footage of performances by Patti Smith, Herbie Hancock, Brittany Howard, and others performing at JFA’s “A Great Night in Harlem” annual fundraiser events over the past ears.

NYC VIBE was at the famed Apollo Theater last year for a great night honoring the legendary Tony Bennett.

All proceeds from the show go to JFA’s Covid-19 Emergency Musicians’ Fund, which was founded to support musicians who have been put out of work due to the pandemic.

NYC VIBE goes into our priceless vault to summarize the great work the organization is doing and look back at this week and last year!

“Support for #TheNewGig and the COVID-19 Musicians’ Emergency Fund offers them direct assistance and creates a sense of solidarity and hope in a time of despair and uncertainty.”

May 2020 - The online concert, hosted by Keegan Michael-Key, featured performances by Elvis Costello, Sheryl Crow, Jon Batiste, Robert Cray, Angelique Kidjo ...

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