Harlem Fave Richard Parsons Chair Of Rockefeller Foundation

Richard-ParsonsRichard Parsons, the former board leader of Citigroup Inc. and Time Warner Inc., was named chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation, the century-old philanthropy that’s funded Nobel Prize-winning researchers, helped stave off pandemics and assisted communities ravaged by natural disasters. Continue Reading →

Chef McCargo, Jr., Rev Run And Justine Simmons At Midnight Jazz Breakfast In Harlem

Bold Rhymes Meets Bold Flavor1The event hosts Rev Run and Justine Simmons with Chef Aaron McCargo, Jr., served up Smithfield late-night bites at the inaugural Midnight Jazz Breakfast at The Cecil and adjoining iconic 1940s jazz club, Minton’s in Harlem USA. Continue Reading →

Joseph “JJ” Johnson Named Exec Chef At Minton’s In Harlem

chef-jj-johnsonChef Joseph “JJ” Johnson has been named Executive Chef of Alexander Smalls and Dick Parsons Minton’s and The Cecil, 206 West 118th Street, in Harlem USA. Continue Reading →

The Cecil / Minton’s Host Harlem Film Festival’s 10th

harlem film festival in harlem1This year marks the 10th Anniversary of The Harlem International Film Festival. To celebrate this momentous occasion The Cecil, NYC’s first Afro-Asian-American Brasserie, and Minton’s, Harlem’s sexy jazz supper club, will be hosting various events throughout the week.

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Minton’s Jazz Performances For August In Harlem

harlem_world cover  with camille 2009Need something to do Harlem this month? Check out  this August jazz performance schedule at the super sexy supper club at Minton’s, 206 West 118th Street, New York, NY.

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Classical Theatre of Harlem to Present The Tempest

the tempest in harlemThe 15th anniversary season of The Classical Theatre of Harlem (CTH) (Ty Jones, Producing Artistic Director; David Roberts, Managing Director) continues with CTH’s free, summer, uptown production of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, presented in partnership with City Parks Foundation’s SummerStage festival. Continue Reading →