On Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 at 2 pm Harlemite and fashion designer Barron Wise talked about his new designs for 2013, life and living in Harlem. Also, director and comedian Mark Blackman discuss his award-winning film Welcome to Harlem on the HW Radio Podcast with Danny Tisdale – listen here. Continue reading
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Join Danny Tisdale as he talks with Mark Blackman Director of the movie Welcome To Harlem and HW writer Yolande Brener as they discuss the film and her article Welcome to Harlem, A Movie Musical Comedy.
Also, Danny speaks to fashion designer Barron Wise (pictured) about living and designing in Harlem.
Listen here at 2 pm, Tuesday, December 4th, 2012.
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By Yolande Brener
“Welcome to Harlem is a goofy, spoofy musical comedy created completely by artists currently living in Harlem. Continue reading
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Harlem filmmaker Mark Blackman talks about his new indie musical which is a feature length musical comedy about the greatest village in the world, Welcome To Harlem. Continue reading
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Not every child gets to experience the awe-inspiring sights and sounds of the theatre. Thanks to a partnership between Enterprise Rent-A-Car and ArtsPower National Touring Theatre more than 650 students in Harlem experienced an inspirational performance of the show, My Heart In A Suitcase, on Thursday, May 26th at The Schomburg Center. Continue reading