September 2015


The above event  has been rescheduled, due to the expected storm this weekend.  Please adjust your schedules accordingly. West Harlem/Brooklyn, NYC… The West Harlem Art Fund, under the direction of Savona Bailey-McClain in collaboration with Pratt’s Digital Media Arts and… Continue Reading →

My hopes, dreams, fears for my future black son |

Source: My hopes, dreams, fears for my future black son |

Floorplans we love: 106 W 116th St APT 6A, New York, NY 10026 

Zillow has 187 homes for sale in Harlem New York. View listing photos, review sales history, and use our detailed real estate filters to find the perfect place. Simple layout.  Large rooms.  Many closets.  W/D Ready. Source: 106 W 116th St… Continue Reading →

New Beauty Boutique Opens In Harlem

Lawyer-turned-entrepreneur launches harlem’s newest beauty boutique for all hair textures and skin tones. Source: Harlem Opens New Beauty Boutique For All Skin Types |

Pope Francis visits school in Harlem Friday

What a momentous day for Harlem, the nation, and the world. Enjoy our gospel podcast while you review the schedule and learn more about the school. Our podcast link The schedule Source: Pope Francis’ U.S. Visit Schedule – The New… Continue Reading →

J.R.O.B. Inspired by 67 Orange J.R.O.B. is an artist out of Chicago who is making his name known here in NYC.  He’s refreshing –  someone who brings high-level musicality and intelligence to his deeply personal views of the world and his own life experiences…. Continue Reading →

Maysles Cinema to Screen “1971”

Friday, September 25th, 7:00pm 1971 Johanna Hamilton, 2014, 79 min   On March 8th, 1971, eight ordinary citizens broke into an FBI office in Media, PA. Calling themselves the Citizens’ Commission to Investigate the FBI, they removed every file in… Continue Reading →

“Fast Break” Tells Portland Trailblazers’ 1977 Championship Story

  Mazama Productions, Ltd. presents Fast Break, TONIGHT, September 23rd at 7:30 at the Maysles Cinema.   This presentation is curated and presented by Laura Coxson (Producer of Albert Maysles’ Iris).   Evoking a cinema verite feel not found in most sports documentaries, Fast Break… Continue Reading →

Considerations in light of the Pope’s historic visit to Harlem

A great piece on the Catholic Church’s historic treatment of the African-American faithful. Source: Pope Francis Inspires Black Catholics, Despite Complicated Church History On Race : Code Switch : NPR

A’Lelia Walker Who Made A Ritzy Space For Harlem’s Queer Black Artists

Walker’s Hudson River parties played a crucial role in the Harlem Renaissance: They provided a safe, welcoming space for queer black artists at a time when they were often pushed into the shadows. Source: Remembering A’Lelia Walker, Who Made A… Continue Reading →

Nicole Henry Comes to Ginny’s

You must not miss 2013 Soul Train Awards winner Nicole Henry at Ginny’s Supper Club this weekend, September 25th & 26th.  Ms. Henry will light up the room with her pristine, soulful expression, and her always swinging band.  Her rendition… Continue Reading →

Harlem Minister to run for Mayor

Mr. Faulkner, who once played for the New York Jets, criticized Bill de Blasio’s leadership style and management of the city’s Police Department. Source: Michel Faulkner, Harlem Minister, Announces G.O.P. Bid to Unseat Mayor de Blasio – The New York… Continue Reading →

Dinner in Bed with Chéri Harlem

    This Thursday, September 24th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm Chéri Harlem & Leah Poller invite you to DINNER IN BED An Exhibition & Pajama Party featuring 101 Bed Collection sculpture by LEAH POLLER Gift Bags by Down Etc (… Continue Reading →

Last Day of Exhibition of HaitianArt | Harlem Needle Arts

Details: HaitianArt | Harlem Needle Arts

The 5 Biases Pushing Women Out of STEM

A new study looks at race as well as gender. Source: The 5 Biases Pushing Women Out of STEM

Amanda Mobley Miss Harlem Shake 2015

Amanda Mobley is her name, and she’s the 2015 winner of the Miss Harlem Shake competition. One of Harlem’s own, she was born here and mentors children.  She’s an interior designer, event producer and print model.  Ms. Mobley has generously… Continue Reading →

African Film Festival 11th Annual Family Day on Governors Island September 20

Pick Up Free MetroCard on 125th Street With iPhone App Friday

Claim it! lets users win free prizes. They are giving away 150 MetroCards Friday. Source: Pick Up Free MetroCard on 125th Street With iPhone App Friday – Central Harlem – New York

Review: ‘Kongo: Power and Majesty’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art – The New York Times

This tight, idea-filled and troubling show offers a rare view of surviving works from the Kongo civilization on the coast of Central Africa. Source: Review: ‘Kongo: Power and Majesty’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art – The New York Times

NYTimes: Constitutionally, Slavery Is No National Institution

THE Civil War began over a simple question: Did the Constitution of the United States recognize slavery — property in humans — in national law? Southern slaveholders, inspired by Senator John C. Calhoun of South Carolina, charged that it did… Continue Reading →

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