Wicca is a nature-based pagan faith. Though rituals and practices range amongst individuals who become aware of Wiccan, maximum observations consist of the competition celebrations of solstices and equinoxes, the honoring of a God and Goddess, and the incorporation of herbalism and different herbal gadgets into rituals. Wiccans exercise their faith in line with a […]
In addition to adult-use cannabis, residents of New York are also welcoming the end of cannabis drug screenings. In March 2021, adult-use cannabis became legal in New York when lawmakers passed the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA). While this law covered the production, distribution, and use of cannabis, it did not directly address workplace […]
New York: 5 Art Gallery Exhibitions Explore Works by McArthur Binion, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Michaela Yearwood-Dan, Leonardo Drew, and Matthew Angela Harrison by CURRENTLY ON VIEW in New York, galleries are presenting solo exhibitions of artists Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Michaela Yearwood-Dan, McArthur Binion, Leonardo Drew, and Matthew Angela Harrison. The shows feature all new paintings […]
The upcoming event by Fashion 4 Development & C.L.A.S.S. Eco Hub will feature a discussion panel, launch of ReCLothe platform, LINEAPELLE’s presentation “A NEW POINT OF MATERIALS” with a selection of materials that represent responsible innovation. New York, NY, USA – Fashion 4 Development & C.L.A.S.S. Eco Hub are pleased to announce the launch of […]
How exactly do high-quality New York City break room solutions like gourmet coffee and teas improve workplace culture? When it comes to creating a positive workplace environment, it’s the little things that go a long way. Of course, employees love having great benefits. However, it’s the less obvious daily perks like a gourmet office coffee […]
Latest News in Black Art: Ghanaian Artist Atta Kwami Has Died, Julie Mehretu Joins Whitney Museum Board, Bisa Butler Portrait of Questlove Covers New York Times Magazine & More by Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture Atta Kwami, 2019. | Photo: Modern Painters, […]
From galleries to performance venues, New York City and South Florida offer no shortage of options for Hispanic art and culture. This content was originally published here.
Scoff all you want at sensitivity trainings and admonitions to consider whether you’d want to see something published in The New York Times before pressing send. But it’s when those standards fail that the court of public opinion looms. Gruden is out. But the N.F.L. can still work to save itself. Curbing OK Culture isn’t […]