Arts & Culture

Top 3 Haitian Restaurants  & Lounges In NYC
Arts & Culture, Lists

Top 3 Haitian Restaurants & Lounges In NYC

La Caye La Caye, situated conveniently across the street from the Brooklyn Academy of Music, brings the rich flavors and authentic style of Haiti to the heart of Fort Greene. The upbeat and trendy ambiance makes this restaurant a perfect destination for after work drinks or an early dinner. Chloe’s This Canarsie restaurant has a…

Artist Spotlight: Tracy Guiteau
Arts & Culture, Photo Gallery

Artist Spotlight: Tracy Guiteau

There’s a secret known only to a few of the people who purchase Tracy Guiteau’s paintings. Hidden beneath the swirls of paint and colors, are words that express some of her deepest thoughts and feelings. “My artwork is my journal,” Guiteau said. “I write first on the canvas then paint over it. Sometimes if you…

Arts & Culture, New York

HaitianBeatz Kicks Off Labor Day Weekend

To kick off Labor Day weekend, Moses St. Louisof HaitianBeatz hosted the re-Labor Day Fest Unplugged at Vault Cafe on Long Island. The event featured live acoustic performances from rising Haitian musicians like Sherlee Skai and Mercedes and fan favorites such as Emmery from Karizma and legend Alan Cave.

Arts & Culture, New York

Haiti’s Musical Heir Apparent Hits the International Stage with Exclusive New York Listening Party

Fresh off of his international tour, Sandro “T-Micky” Martelly, will bring sounds from his new album “Atache” to New York in a highly-anticipated performance. On July 23, Ayiti Deploge will host an exclusive listening party at S.O.B.’s . T-Micky has been described as the voice of a new generation. His “music speaks to and of young people…

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