The #PeaceBoxes Art Project. To Whom It May Concern: Download Peace

NEW YORK, NY — Can an empty painted box bring about world peace? Can you become an instant activist for peace right now, and right where you are? In visual artist’s  Franck de las Mercedes’ world, this is a possibility.    For [...]

Teach a Man to Fish

By Ellie Ann America is generous. No doubt about it. Our country gives over $58 billion a year in foreign aid. That’s a lotta Benjamins. In fact, most countries in the world, except for Western Europe, Canada, and Australia, receive aid [...]


AAditi Pictures presents The Newlyweds by Beverly Orozco from February 8 to February 16, 2013. Director Beverly Orozco, brings back the popular highly acclaimed Off-Broadway stage adaptation successfully running since 2006 starring Bad Boys [...]


Celebrate the Mayan doomsday prophecy on 12/21/12 at the Glasslands Gallery in Williamsburg with hundreds of people, great bands (Peter Hadar & Funkbot), a DJ, cheap drinks, and more. Bring all your friends for one last hoorah before the [...]

Non Profit and Start Up Holiday Special

We’ve been inundated with requests for Social In to help start ups and Non Profits this Holiday Season. The Interns at The Annandale Project cannot work day and night for free, so all proceeds from this campaign will go to the Grad Students, [...]

The causes of Parkinson’s disease remain in doubt, but advances in treatment can ease its effects

Dr. Barbara Changizi is co-director  of the Center for Neuromodulation at Mount Sinai. The specialist: As co-director of the Center for Neuromodulation at Mount Sinai, Dr. Barbara  Changizi specializes in treating movement disorders ranging [...]


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