With seemingly endless options each season in and around Harlem, it’s hard not to amass a collection of pumps in a rainbow of colors, or more than 10 pairs of black boots. Continue Reading →
Written and directed by Tyler Perry, “Acrimony” follows a faithful wife (Taraji P. Henson) who is tired of standing by her devious husband (Lyriq Bent) and becomes enraged when it becomes clear she has been betrayed. Continue Reading →
Author’s note: Published reports and records vary about the spelling of Kennedy’s first name. According to descendants her name was spelled Naomie.
Since moving to Inwood I’d heard stories of an almost mythical figure known only as Princess Naomie, who, in the 1930’s, took up residence near the old tulip tree in Inwood Hill Park. Continue Reading →
Isle Of Dogs tells the story of Atari Kobayashi, 12-year-old ward to corrupt Mayor Kobayashi. Continue Reading →
While sitting at home in Harlem, when you Google “1968 Olympics” the first suggestion returned is “1968 Olympics Black Power salute.” Continue Reading →
If you and your partner don’t have a thang planned on Sunday, March 4th, 2018, check out the first annual Oscars Viewing Party at The Lounge where you can chill while sipping some Academy Award-themed goodies with DJ NessDigital (pictured) rockin at The Cecil Steakhouse in fabulous Harlem NY. Continue Reading →
On the heels of a 32-city world tour, Ailey II returns to The Ailey Citigroup Theater from March 14 – 25 for its annual New York season. Continue Reading →
Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic owned food company in the United States presents the Latino Concert Series 2018 Inaugural Concert at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts. Continue Reading →
Want a comedy break from Harlem? Check out New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) presents Trevor Noah, the host of Comedy Central’s Emmy-winning Daily Show, returns by popular demand with an evening of hilarious stand-up! Continue Reading →
What a great article in W Magazine as they report on the supermodel Alek Wek who at the age of 14, fled South Sudan for the U.K., she discovered two things about herself: She had the body of a supermodel (“I’m five-eleven, and my freaking limbs!”), and more importantly, she had a voice.
Alex Belle and Isis Valentino met at a local Atlanta showcase for talent. The ladies knew once they met they were kindred musical spirits. Continue Reading →
As the first black woman to win an Emmy for comedy writing, for the heartbreaking and human “Thanksgiving” episode of “Master of None,” Lena Waithe stops by to talk about her new project, “The Chi.” Continue Reading →
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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is pleased to announce Rue Montorgueil, a joyful short film that sprang to life on a bustling Parisian street when Ailey company members performed with local dancers. Continue Reading →
‘Tis the season for holiday pop-ups and Valentino is opting for innovation, opening sport-themed pop-up shops in New York … Continue Reading →