Mack Wilds “Love In The 90s” With Teddy Riley… (video)

mack wilds love in the 90 in harlemGrammy Award®-nominated singer, songwriter, performer, actor, and all-around entertainer MACK WILDS returns with his brand new single, “Love In The 90z.” The song is available at all digital retailers today through Louder Than Life/Epic Records. Continue Reading →

Souleo: Artist Uses Brands And Icons To Make A Cultural Statement

Gregory Saint Amand Girl with Barrettes 2015

By Souleo

We see them everywhere—in commercials, on billboards and the clothes we wear. In a media saturated world logos and icons have penetrated every facet of our subconscious. Continue Reading →

It’s Harlem Week 2015’s Last Weekend

seitu greatday12HARLEM WEEK 2015 comes to a close this weekend with a series of events highlighted by the Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run hosted by Harlem RunCelebrating the Journey & Percy Sutton Harlem Walk: Celebrating the Journey, Full STEAM Ahead on Saturday, August 22nd at 135th Street & St. Nicholas Avenue. Continue Reading →

Lady Gaga’s Dog’s Coach Campaign For Dog Owners

lady gagaCoach, goes to the dogs and their owners like Lady Gaga as it reveals its newest advertising campaign that start in July. Titled “Coach Pups,” the new campaign that launches this month from Harlem to Harare with her dog model Miss Asia Kinney, her adorable four-legged companion. Continue Reading →

The Apollo Announces 2015-16 Season In Harlem

apollo panel make your music move (2) Jenella YoungThe Apollo Theater today announced its 2015–2016 season, encompassing world premieres, commissions, and collaborationswith world-class performing arts institutions and international artists working across a range of disciplines and genres— from dance and theater to jazz, soul, and opera. Continue Reading →

The Colored Museum At The Harlem School For The Arts

harems chool for the artsHarlem School of the Arts (HSA) Theatre Department Presents The Colored Museum written by George C. Wolfe directed by Alfred Preisser. The Colored Museum takes the audience on a journey through the Black American experience.  Continue Reading →