Dining With Miss Lil: The 1st Annual Harlem Eat Up Festival
Harlem’s Gene Anthony Ray, 1962-2003
Zenaida Mendez New Director Of The MNN In Harlem
Souleo: Singer Maysa Reflects On Music’s Role Amid Turmoil In Baltimore
Harlem Wellness Challenge:  Join Monifa Maat Bed Aerobics Fitness Flow
Deborah Cox’s New Video Hits And Readies Lead in “The Bodyguard”

Celebrate The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene’s 100 Anniversary

kulturefest 2015To rephrase the great humorist and philosopher Mark Twain: reports of the death of Yiddish are greatly exaggerated. Yiddish culture was alive in Harlem at the turn of the century (the Gershwin‘s, Morris Harris Designer Of The Flag Of Israel, etc.,), today it is alive and flourishing throughout the world, and it will be on vivid display for a full week in New York this summer. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s A$AP Rocky Talks Acid, Orgies, Dope And Music (video)

asap-rockyFor A$AP Rocky, keeping it real is distinctly overrated. The Harlem-born rapper is not shy about the hedonistic life that musical success has earned him. Continue Reading →

Damon Kyle Wayans Born In Harlem

081711-Topic-Pages-Damon-WaynesDamon Kyle Wayans, Sr. (born September 4, 1960) is an American actor, comedian, writer and producer, and a member of the Wayans family of entertainers. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Got Talent And AARP Partner For Harlem Mothers and Fathers

harlem got talent and aarpHarlem Got Talent was invited to perform at the 4th Annual Mothers and Fathers Luncheon given by the Frederick E Samuel 123 Resident Association and AARP Chapter 5393 on 140th Street on May 23rd, 2015 in Harlem, NY.

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The Harlem World Magazine Needs Your Support

HWMWe are asking you to help with a contribution to help Harlem World Magazine promote news and events related to the Harlem’s history, foster a shared mission among the Harlem community, and provide announcements for upcoming free events, fees for writers and photographers and online resources – and so much more. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Gene Anthony Ray, 1962-2003

Fame-Tv-Series GeneGene Anthony Ray (May 24, 1962 – November 14, 2003) was an American actor, dancer, and choreographer. He was known for his portrayal of dancer Leroy Johnson in both the 1980 film Fame and the 1982–1987 Fame television series based upon the film. Continue Reading →