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Arts and Entertainment: The F-Word Documentary Premiere

Meganda Films LLC, a women-led grassroots production company founded by filmmaker Megan Segarra, will screen it’s first feature length documentary “The F-Word” on October 18 at Joe’s Pub. The documentary pushes […]

Arts and Entertainment Review: Forgetting the Details, a one-woman show

Forgetting the Details,  a one woman show created and performed by Nicole Maxali, was part of this year’s Annual New York Fringe Festival. The story is equal parts heartwarming, hilarious, […]

Arts and Entertainment: “Forgetting the Details”, A One-Woman Show by Nicole Maxali

Things aren’t right at home. Nicole’s lola (Tagalog for grandmother) is starting to forget more and more details. But now it’s more than misplaced keys. In a span of three months, […]

Arts and Entertainment: An Interview with Nomi from Power Struggle

With the release of his new album, “In Your Hands“, Nomi from the hip hop group, Power Struggle sits down with PRT to talk about music, organizing, identity and stealing […]

Bed Stuy Story Exhibit at Warehouse Gallery

Last Friday evening, PRT attended the closing reception of Warehouse Gallery’s exhibit, Bed Stuy Story. In addition to experiencing the love and joy of the Bed Stuy community, we got […]

Black Women in Comics: A panel discussion at NYC’s annual Black Comic Festival

During the Q&A portion of the panel discussion Black Women in Comics, an elderly man who was looking for a super hero character that his grand daughter could follow asked, […]

PRT Reviews 12 Years a Slave

The PRT panel returns to review McQueen’s latest film and looks at how he tackles the dominant narrative of slavery in America. Contributors: Conchita Campos, Jacques Dupoux, Mtume Gant

Arts and Entertainment: A Review of American Promise

A review of American Promise: a documentary about 2 black youths and their journey in US education. To be followed around with a camera for 13 years, from the age […]

PRT takes on The Butler

PRT looks at The Butler in the context of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.  

Arts and Entertainment: An Interview with Professor Brian Oblivion

Professor Brian Oblivion is a producer, DJ and entrepreneur from the San Francisco Bay Area. His 2011 debut release, “The Dark Realities of the Moment,” was given glowing reviews at […]