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The Pyramid Aesthetics, Four Stages of Artistic Development

This essay is meant as a personal history of my own aesthetic narrative, as I would imagine it to be for artists in general. In essence, I will be attempting to explain my experience of developing a creative process through the larger context of what it means to be an artist. 1,181 more words

Essays

Live, at the Apollo

January 26, 1934: The Apollo Theater opens. A theater at 253 West 125th Street was built in 1913-14 and originally called Hurtig & Seamon’s New Burlesque Theater. 680 more words

History

D' Angelo To Headline His First Show At The Apollo Theater

After dropping his latest album as a surprise, D’Angelo will now be headlining his first show since the album’s release at New York City’s Apollo Theater. 114 more words

News

At MLK Event Rangel Warns That Selma March Opponents Have Converted To GOP [VIDEO]

On Sunday the Apollo Theater in Harlem and WNYC partnered for a second year to present WNYC’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration with “Hear Our Voices, Count Our Votes: MLK’s March Continues.” Hear portions of it in the video clip above. 597 more words

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At MLK Event Rangel Warns That Selma March Opponents Have Converted To GOP [VIDEO]

On Sunday the Apollo Theater in Harlem and WNYC partnered for a second year to present WNYC’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration with “Hear Our Voices, Count Our Votes: MLK’s March Continues.” Hear portions of it in the video clip above. 582 more words

National

At MLK Event Rangel Warns That Selma March Opponents Have Converted To GOP [VIDEO]

On Sunday the Apollo Theater in Harlem and WNYC partnered for a second year to present WNYC’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration with “Hear Our Voices, Count Our Votes: MLK’s March Continues.” Hear portions of it in the video clip above. 582 more words

National

At MLK Event Rangel Warns That Selma March Opponents Have Converted To GOP [VIDEO]

On Sunday the Apollo Theater in Harlem and WNYC partnered for a second year to present WNYC’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration with “Hear Our Voices, Count Our Votes: MLK’s March Continues.” Hear portions of it in the video clip above. 582 more words

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