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New York Indian Film Festival Announces Feature Film Line-Up

New York, NY. The Indo-American Arts Council (IAAC) with its complete line-up of exciting and thought-provoking feature films for the 11th Annual New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) which will take place from May 4 to May 8 in Manhattan. A total of 25 feature films will screen over the five-day period at the oldest […]

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Jimmy Jam Summer Festival to Benefit Autism Community

The whole idea for this grassroots fundraiser literally on the grass, was coordinated by native New Yorker, Craig Elka. Elka’s niece, Katie Krukowski had been diagnosed with autism 18 years ago. Elka and his family have witnessed how the complex developmental disorder has challenged the Krukowski’s on a daily basis, and how an organization such […]

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‘Kuroda Seitaro from Asia Jipang’ Coming to New York City

“Untitled.”   15” x 13” oil by Seitaro Kuroda (1939-present). Permanent collection of the Museum of Haiti, International University of Haiti.   New York, NY. “Kuroda Seitaro from Asia Jipang” by Japanese artist Seitako Kuroda is the artist’s first solo show in New York. It will focus on the body of work that Kuroda made in New […]

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Tenth Annual Indo-American Film Festival in New York Begins

New York, NY. The oldest and most prestigious South Asian film festival in New York City, the  Mahindra Indo-American Arts Council (MIACC) Film Festival, is proud to announce three diverse and powerful films for its opening, centerpiece, and closing nights. Opening Night Film – Wednesday, November 10, 2010: NOISE (Shor), directed by  Raj Nidimoru and  Krishna DK, is […]

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World of Colors: 20 Global Cultures Through Music & Dance

New York, NY. New York’s premier multicultural organization, The World Heritage Cultural Center (WHCC), proudly presents a universal cultural experience with representatives from more than 20 countries showing pride for their culture through music and dance on one stage. Called the World of Colors Concert, the event aims to break barriers among nations through the […]

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Muslims, Non-Muslims Hear about Terrorist Threat & Solutions

Kiran Khalid, Field Producer for CNN New York who covers domestic terrorism.The event, introducing a major new initiative to counter extremist violence focuses on scaling-up proven programs to counter violent extremism, was hosted by Canadian entrepreneur and philanthropist Paul Stevers. Kiran Khalid, field producer for CNN New York Bureau who covers the domestic terrorism beat, […]

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Euro-American Women’s Global Forum Set For Athens in July

New York, N.Y.  “Women Lead the Way on Green Energy and Environment: Making their Impact on the Economy and Culture” is the theme of the 14th annual awards program to be held by the Euro-American Women’s Council (EAWC) July 6- 14 in Greece. The Forum will be followed by the EAWC’s “Goddess Artemis Award” Ceremony. […]

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Harmony for Peace Benefit Concert Comes to Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall


The concert is being organized by the not-for-profit group Harmony for Peace Foundation under the auspices of the Consulate General of Japan in New York and the Permanent Mission of Japan to the U.N. It will feature world-class artists from Japan and each of the nuclear weapon states under the 1970 NPT. “We are extremely […]

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