National Jazz Museum’s “Uptown In Autumn” Benefit (Photographs)

On Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at the historic Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, The National Jazz Museum in Harlem (NJMH) hosted its Third Annual Fall Benefit Concert, Uptown in Autumn. Continue Reading →

National Jazz Museum In Harlem’s 2017 Annual Benefit Concert (Photographs)

The event on On Wednesday, June 14, 2017, honoring NEA Jazz Master Randy Weston, attorney Arthur H. Barnes and the celebrated jazz presenter Jazzmobile was hosted by WBGO’s Rhonda Hamilton and The National Jazz Museum in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Nat’l Jazz Museum Benefit Honors Harlem’s Charles Rangel, Lloyd Williams And More

On Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College, The National Jazz Museum in Harlem (NJMH) will host its 2017 Annual Benefit Concert honoring three pillars of the jazz community. Continue Reading →

Brewer Invites Cultural Tourism Grant 2017 Applications

gale BrewerManhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer and the NYC & Company Foundation encourage Manhattan cultural institutions to apply for funds through the Manhattan Cultural Tourism Development Grant Program. Continue Reading →

How To Get Free Tickets To See Harlem Fave Harry Connick Jr.’s Talk Show

harry-conick-at-the-apollo-in-harlem2Harry Connick Jr. is a Harlem fave, he has played at the famed Apollo Theatre, The National Jazz Museum in Harlem and of course singing Harlem jazz standards.

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NY Urban League President Arva Rice Comments On New Regents Chancellor Betty Rosa

ArvaPhotoThe New York Urban League congratulates Betty Rosa on her new appointment as the new chancellor of the New York State Board of Regents.NYUL wants to recognize the exemplary work of the entire board in identifying a successor for outgoing chancellor, Merrly Tisch. Continue Reading →

Robert Christgau And Greg Tate Talk in Harlem

45a3b4ec-979b-4119-bdc4-89f581127032A legendary writer and editor, Bob Christgau is considered the Dean of Rock Critics. At the Village Voice he edited some of the top jazz critics of the last generation, from Gary Giddins to Stanley Crouch. Continue Reading →