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New York, New Music: 1980 – 1986 presents the city as a hotbed of creativity whose influence would reach beyond city limits and affect the world in culture, art and fashion. The collection is not only thorough, but incredibly vibrant and eclectic which perfectly conveys the scene.
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Sun, June 27th 2021, the LGBTQIA community and their allies partied in the streets of NYC in the first major public celebration since the pandemic hit. 🌈 Get the T on all the NYC Pride events. PART 1: Our review of the NYC Pride March 🏳🌈 (Featuring photos by Richard Scalzo)