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Harlem Wellness Challenge:  Join Monifa Maat Bed Aerobics Fitness Flow

Harlem Wellness Challenge: Join Monifa Maat Bed Aerobics Fitness Flow

Emerging faith-based fitness & health expert Monifa Maat known as “The Healthy Motivator” introduces “No Excuses” Therapeutic Fitness System that is transforming lives. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Chukwudi Iwuji Premieres IRA, First African-American Actor On London Stage

Ira_AldridgebyNorthcoteShrunken Shakespeare Company (Yvonne Cone and Jennifer Martina, Co-Producing Artistic Directors) and Creative Producer Adam Shulman (Dukes of Hazard: The Beginning, Song One starring Anne Hathaway) to host SSC’s Annual Benefit Gala and Staged Reading of Chukwudi Iwuji’s masterpiece screenplay Ira. Continue Reading →

Raymour & Flanigan Signs Lease At Harlem Development

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The Commercial Observer reports that Raymour & Flanigan, the American furniture store that began in 1947 in Syracuse, N.Y., has signed a lease at Jeff Sutton’s Wharton Properties’ six-story retail development on West 125th Street in Harlem. Continue Reading →

The Hotness: Black Power Without Black Women Is Weak

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By Nicole Moore

When most people think about Malcolm X they immediately think of Black manhood leading to associations of Black power tied exclusively to the work of Black men. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. Bankers Breakfast

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On Friday, May 8, 2015, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. and the Business Initiative Corporation of New York will host the 17th Annual Bronx Bankers Breakfast at the Villa Barone Manor.

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Seitu’s World: NYC Comptroller Stringer’s Asian American & Pacific Islander Month Celebration

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By Seitu Oronde

Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month at the Surrogates Courthouse, 31 Chambers Street, New York, New York. Continue Reading →

Souleo: Singer Maysa Reflects On Music’s Role Amid Turmoil In Baltimore

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By Souleo

Veteran recording artist, Maysa doesn’t usually hesitate to sing about what’s on her mind. But the recent Baltimore unrest following the death of Freddie Gray, led her to question the inclusion of the song “Tear it Up, Tear it Down,” on her new album Back 2 Love.

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