Gil Noble ( February 22, 1932- April 5, 2012) was an American television reporter and interviewer born in Harlem, NY. Continue reading
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We did not know Danny Glover, Harlem resident, activist, actor (Color Purple, Lethal Weapon), Board of Directors member of the The Jazz Foundation, and hosts of the annual benefit A Great Night in Harlem could cook. It came to our attention after reading his recipe for Seafood Gumbo on food diva B. Smith’s website. No, we don’t know if he’s in the kitchen with Mel “Mad Max” Gibson. Continue reading
When the greatest jazz bass player of all-time takes the stage on Thursday night, May 20th it will part of an All Star jazz concert at Harlem’s world famous Apollo Theater. It’s called “A Great Night In Harlem” and that’s certain to be an understatement.
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Norah Jones & Dave Brubeck With Over 50 Legends Of Jazz And Blues… Continue reading