A great piece during the Harlem African American Day Parade on September 16, 2012, shot as the parade moved north uptown along Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., (aka 7th Avenue) and the corner of at 120th Street. Continue reading
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Former NY Knick’s guard John Starks and Harlemite Clyde Frazier, Sr., was hanging out at the 43rd Annual African American Parade Breakfast Sunday, September 12, 2012 in Harlem. Continue reading
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African Americans celebrated their culture Sunday during a parade through Harlem.
Dignitaries, entertainers and about 20 floats took part in the 43rd annual African American Day Parade, which ran along Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard from 111th Street to 136th Street. Continue reading
The Garden faithful had watched this scene unfold too many times, especially at the hands of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls.
The clock showed 1:26 remaining and the Knicks had already blown a 14-point third quarter lead when John Starks instantly became a part of New York sports lore. Continue reading
Dr J and Wendell Haskins on Sunday, June 24 Wendell Haskins, entrepreneur and founder/president of the Original Tee Golf Class (OTGC) was joined by a host of celebrities, VIPs and high profile golf enthusiasts in presenting its prestigious Dr. Charles Sifford True Original Award… Continue reading
Harlem rapper Jim Jones has found himself in yet another battle but this time he’s fighting for education. Jones, along with MTV’s Sway Calloway and former New York Knick, John Starks, have all been added to the non-profit organization, Entertainers 4 Education Alliance’s (E4EA) board of directors. Continue reading