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  • blog September 26, 2017

    Photo Essay: Brooklyn’s Caribbean Carnival Week

    You know about Brooklyn’s West Indian Carnival Parade on Labor Day, but that’s not where all of the fun happens. In the days leading up to and lingering past the parade, there’s an untold abundance of concerts, nighttime boat parties … Read more »

  • blog August 29, 2017

    Preview: Brooklyn’s Caribbean Carnival Week

    For New Yorkers, neighbors and lovers of Caribbean fêtes far and wide, you’ve got a lot to look forward to this week. Yes, it’s time again for Brooklyn’s world-famous Labor Day Parade–A.K.A. the West Indian American Carnival Parade–and all of … Read more »

  • blog September 1, 2016

    Photo Essay: King Sunny Adé and Wunmi in Brooklyn

    At the tail end of a redemptive North American tour (after two years of planned tours had been canceled), the king of jùjú music, King Sunny Adé, returned to New York for the third time this summer. This night was a special … Read more »

  • blog July 29, 2016

    King Sunny Adé Returns to Brooklyn!

    Denizens of a recently sweltering New York City have already been blessed twice this summer by the cool sounds of Nigerian juju master and pioneer, King Sunny Adé. The Minister of Enjoyment, as he is sometimes known, has so far moved crowds at … Read more »

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