Mo’Nique Calls Out Tyler Perry, Oprah Winfrey And Lee Daniels At The Apollo

Essence Magazine reports that Harlem fave Mo’Nique has something to get off her chest and she’s coming for your faves.

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Alec Baldwin Comedy Tribute Special Set On Spike At The Apollo Theater In Harlem

Alec Baldwin, hot off SNL, will be honored in a night of comedic tributes from his closest friends and co-stars in Spike TV’s original special, One Night Only: Alec Baldwin. Continue Reading →

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A Week With Conan O’Brian At The Apollo With Alvin Ailey Dancers

alvin-aley-in-harlemOn Tuesday, November 1st, 2016, though Conan Obrian was guided by Ailey Dance co-director of The Ailey School Tracy Inmin, he did his own thing as he slips into some leggings and learns how to move from the masters of dance the Alvin Ailey Dancers.
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HW Pick: Get Wild With Nick Cannon In Queens

NickWNO in queeensThe fans have asked and Nick Cannon is answering. Nick Cannon and the Wild ‘N Out crew are heading out on a tour across the United States to bring their hilarity and antics to fans everywhere. Continue Reading →

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HW Pick: The Legendary Paul Mooney and Dick Gregory One Night Only Performance

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A once in lifetime one night only performance with two legendary comedians Paul Mooney and Dick Gregory at B. B. Kings in New York City. Continue Reading →

“Burlesque In Harlem,” Film In New York, 1949 (full video)

4610340_l3Burlesque in Harlem (also released as Rock & Roll Burlesque and A French Peep Show) is a 1949 revue film directed by William D. Alexander (also producer of Ingagi and Souls of Sin) that features a cast of singers, dancers and comedians who were prominent on the so-called “chitlin’ circuit” of vaudeville theaters and nightclubs that exclusively presented African American talent. Continue Reading →

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Rains Pryor’s One Woman Show At The National Black Theater In Harlem

Rain PryorRain Pryor’s one-woman autobiographical play will have its World Premiere at Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre (NBT) in Harlem, running Tuesday, June 2, through Sunday, June 28. Continue Reading →

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