The Manhattan Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) will celebrate 50 years providing critical academic and vocational services to underserved residents of Harlem and throughout New York City with an elegant evening of community building and entertainment. Continue Reading →
Longtime CBS News correspondent Bill Whitaker said journalists must remain free to “hear the dispossessed, free to challenge the status quo,” and “free to present truth to the powerful.” Continue Reading →
It’s not fair (and neither is life), because of the all the glamorous and fabulous celebs at the Oscars tonight, but we curated the best of what was on the red carpet who had fantastic sexy, timeless and attitude – that is Harlem style.
On a day where the music industry’s biggest and brightest shine, Toyota and multiple award-winning producer, Bryan-Michael Cox, are joining forces for the second year in a row to honor those making moves behind the scenes. Continue Reading →
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and TV One, today announced that the 48th NAACP Image Awards will be nationally telecast live on TV One on Saturday, February 11, 2017. Continue Reading →
The Athena Film Festival (AFF) announced today its 2017 awardees, celebrating female leaders in the entertainment industry and those who support them. Continue Reading →
On Wednesday, November 30, 2016, journalist, content creator and LGBT activist Emil Wilbekin will host the inaugural Native Son Awards honoring Tony Award-winning director and playwright, George C. Wolfe; journalist and CNN Tonight Host and Harlem resident, Don Lemon; and others at New York City’s Cadillac House. Continue Reading →