Harlem World Magazine’s Danny Tisdale talks Harlem’s history, tourism and more. With the precious commodity of Harlem’s history we seem to take it for granted and not treat it as the jewel it is, Continue Reading →
Harlem mother Jean Corbett-Parker shares the story of her son’s death and her fight to prevent violence on the very streets in Harlem that her son warned others about. Continue Reading →
Billie Holiday’s name has been in the news lately for some reasons that remind us of the tragedies she sang about and those she endured. First, there was the story of the rather appallingly tone-deaf PR firm who thought one of Holiday’s most well-known recordings, “Strange Fruit”—a song about lynching—would make a great name for their brand. Continue Reading →
Harlem World Magazine ‘s Danny Tisdale talks about the Harlem EatUp, Books by Congressman Rangel and Marcus Samuelsson, and much more in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Love is always in the air in Harlem, especially as Spring slowly makes its appearance, and we love Harlemite and award winning vocalist Allan Harris who just had a birthday.
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R&B Diva Monifa raised in East Harlem released her new music single video today “One Moment”, from her upcoming 2015 independent album “Invincible”. Continue Reading →