NYC GETS READY TO RISE AND SHINE. THE FIRST ANNUAL RISE & SHINE BREAKFAST PARTY! After all the New Year fun night! All roads lead to @dorsettbk @shay____marie @sydkash @tatto33 @rickyg564 @ant1_the.grill.master @chef_k_catering @angelasbedstuy @djtommy2006 @themandingoking @dorsettbk1 @iturnup4u @superior_daichi
@keita_superior for your breakfast $20 for ticket and Eventbrite.com BREAKFAST INCLUDES 2 hours 6am - 8am UNLIMITED SORREL MIMOSAS
BREAKFAST BUFFET catered by mmm....flavor! CHEF K
"Sometimes I sits and thinks, and sometimes I just sits" --- Mexica (Aztec) Life-Death Figure, 1200-1521, volcanic stone, purchased with funds given by The Henfield Foundation, 64.50. "The face on this small yet powerful sculpture exemplifies the dualism of ancient Mesoamerican religion with respect to life and death by combining a skull with lifelike features. Previous interpretations, based on the two-horned headdress and jeweled headband, identified the figure as Xiuhtecuhtli (Lord of Fire) or Tonacatecuhtli (Lord of Sustenance). More recent scholarship suggests that the two horns or tufts may refer to the two temples crowning the Templo Mayor, the Mexica (Aztec) ceremonial center that dominated the capital of Tenochtitlán, in present-day Mexico City. The temples were dedicated to Huitzilopochtli (Lord of Warfare) and to Tlaloc (Lord of Rain and Fertility)." #brooklynmuseum#bkmartsofamericas#volcanicstone#xiuhtecuhtli#tonacatecuhtli#lifedeathandtransformationintheamericas @brooklynmuseum
A group of our Scholars took a trip to #brooklynmuseum @brooklynmuseum to explore the exhibits, in particular, the one on famed artist Jean Michele Basquiat. Our Scholars were able to take in some #culture#art and #blackbrilliance
They loved it. (Of course they did.) Empower. Develop. Grow. Educate.
Helping our boys get an EDGE.