HW Pick: Two Girls Become Gaming Moguls On Game Shakers

Picture (Device Independent Bitmap) 2Harlem kids are allot of things and being super gamers is one of them. They are a part of the 270 million unit sold at $10.5 billion revue in 2009! That’s why we think Harlem kids will love Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Al B. Sure Headlines “Arts On Third” Festival In Mount Vernon

al b sureSunday,  September  6th,  1pm-7pm,  Mount  Vernon’s Mayor, The Honorable Ernest Davis and the Mount Vernon Arts Council present “ArtsOn Third”…Westchester’s  premier  arts  &  entertainment  festival.   Headlining  this year’s festival is Mount Vernon’s own Al. B. Sure. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: ‘He Named Me Malala’ A New Film (video)

malalaHe Named Me Malala is an intimate portrait of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, who was targeted by the Taliban and severely wounded by a gunshot when returning home on her school bus in Pakistan’s Swat Valley.  Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Bill Withers And Allstars Returns To Carnegie Hall

billwithers342 years after the release of Bill Withers’ seminal ‘Live At Carnegie Hall’ LP, the iconic, yet reclusive soul man will return to the same hallowed venue as part of a special tribute concert on October 1st. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: ‘The Sell’ By Fredrik Eklund

Fredrik-Eklund1Ten years ago, Fredrik Eklund moved to New York City from his native Sweden with nothing but a pair of worn-out sneakers and a dream: to make it big in the city that never sleeps. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Free Outdoor Screening of ‘Mad Hot Ballroom’

MadHotBallroom_Fall2009Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment Commissioner Cynthia López and NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver, FAICP, announce the free screening of the documentary Mad Hot Ballroom to kickoff the City’s ‘Movies under the Stars’ community program. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Where Everybody Looks Like Me By Ron Stodghill

A richly reported account of the forces threatening America's historic black colleges and universitiA richly reported account of the forces threatening America’s historic black colleges and universities—and how diverse leaders nationwide are struggling to keep these institutions and black culture alive for future generations. Continue Reading →