Month

March 2016

Silicon Harlem Hosts 2016 Debate

WHEN: Thursday, April 7, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT) – Add to Calendar  WHERE: MIST Harlem – 46 West 116th Street, New York, NY 10026 – View Map THEME:  Technology and Innovation as an Economic Growth Strategy JUST ADDED –… Continue Reading →

Harlem Arts Alliance Honors Dance Icons

  Harlem Arts Alliance DANCE TOWN HALL A Special Harlem Arts Alliance Monthly Meeting MON, APR. 4, 2016 5:00PM – 8:00PM City College Center for the Arts Aaron Davis Hall Marian Anderson Theatre 138 Convent Avenue (Near 135th Street) Harlem,… Continue Reading →

How Do You Tell the Story of Black America in One Museum?

How Do You Tell the Story of Black America in One Museum? WASHINGTON — When the National Museum of African American History and Culture was conceived in 2003, Barack Obama was a state senator in Illinois; the acquittal of George… Continue Reading →

Red Rooster Ready for Easter

Red Rooster is happy to announce that they are officially a part of  the Harlem EatUp! Festival again this year! Tickets will officially be available for purchase here. Easter at Red Rooster There’s no better place to be than uptown with us next weekend on Easter… Continue Reading →

Total Equity Now Continues #RockThoseReads in Harlem & South Bronx

Total Equity Now is partnering with Harlem and South Bronx libraries for a four-month series of #RockThoseReads Street Team community service projects designed to promote library resources and programming, encourage neighbors to sign up for library cards and carry reading… Continue Reading →

Dannis Winston to Perform at The Cecil Harlem

Join international bandleader (the first African-American in the wedding industry), musician and founder of one of New York Magazine’s Top 100 Wedding Bands – Winston’s Crew Collective ,Dannis Winston with his live ensemble at his spring performance at The Cecil Harlem…. Continue Reading →

Q-Tip Inaugural Artistic Director For Hip Hop Culture at Kennedy Center

Congratulations to Q-Tip (A Tribe Called Quest) on his appointment as the inaugural Artistic Director for Hip-Hop Culture at The Kennedy Center. This is an exciting time for hip hop culture to be finally recognized as a national cultural institution…. Continue Reading →

MIST Harlem to Host First Dreamleapers Retreat

WHAT: Lifestyle expert and media professional Harriette Cole has launched a multi-pronged educational initiative, DREAMLEAPERS, which is designed to help people access and activate their dreams. The first DREAMLEAPERS Retreat will occur on Saturday, April 2, 2016. More than 20 industry… Continue Reading →

Shrine Happy Hour All Weekend!

Come Join us for Shrine DAILY HAPPY HOUR  Bringing Harlem Spirit Back from 4-8PM $3 Select Draft Beers. Brooklyn Lager, Guinness, Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken, Anchor Steam, & more. $4 Frozen Margaritas & Pina Coladas $5 Glass of Wine. $2 Tequila. $7… Continue Reading →

Classical Theatre of Harlem Fundraiser to Feature Mykal Kilgore

This event will be intimate and unforgettable.   JOIN US FOR THE CLASSICAL THEATRE OF HARLEM’S 2nd  Annual Spring FundraiserMonday, April 11,  2016 6:30-9:30 PM At the Harlem brownstone of Alexander & Brad Linard $250 donation per person Featuring a… Continue Reading →

Cheri Brings “Beauty” to Harlem

L. “Facelift” Oil on Canvas, Michael Delaney – R. “Painted Shoes”, Will Roberson The two artists featured in “Beauty” at Cheri, Micheal Delaney and Will Roberson, create a unique pairing.  They work in disparate materials but each with a chic sophistication. Michael’s compositions reference the painters of… Continue Reading →

“Dreamer” Opens March 16 at Harlem Properties

“Dreamer” Gregory St. Armand, Mixed media, acrylics, inks, alkyd 58”x63″ 2013 “Dreamers”, the first in an ongoing series of quarterly exhibitions produced in collaboration with Harlem Properties, is dedicated to celebrating the artistic spirit of Harlem. “Dreamers” explores the dichotomy between harmony and cacphony,… Continue Reading →

“Believe in a Black Girl” to Launch March 17

Believe in a Black Girl is a tremendous movement that recognizes and uplifts black girls. This is an incredibly exciting movement is sponsored by Black Women for Black Girls.  Please see details below. WHAT: Believe in a Black Girl℠ Campaign Launch… Continue Reading →

Island Burgers & Shakes Opens Morningside Location

  In celebration of its 20th anniversary, Island Burgers & Shakes is excited to announce the official opening of its third, and largest restaurant location in Morningside Heights at 3147 Broadway, between La Salle and Tieman Place (123/124). Located just steps… Continue Reading →

Forest Whitaker Transfixing in “Hughie”

That’s how The New York Times Critics’ Pick described Forest Whitaker – and for good reason.  He brings a level of humanity and authenticity to Eugene O’Neill’s Hughie like only he cab.  This is Whitaker’s Broadway debut, and if you haven’t gotten your… Continue Reading →

The Cecil Harlem Entertains Throughout March

CURATED BY REFLEX, REVIBE SUPPER CLUB IS A UNIQUE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE DESIGNED TO EXCITE, INSPIRE, AND MOVE LOVERS OF LIVE MUSIC AND DJING ALIKE. Saturday nights at 10PM at The Cecil. Reserve a table: http://www.thececilharlem.com/reserve/ Richard Padron Tuesday Night Rhythms –… Continue Reading →

MIST Celebrates Harlem Renaissance

The 2016 Harlem Whiskey Renaissance on March 25, 2016 seeks to celebrate the era of the Harlem Renaissance by providing an evening of music, performance, and of course, whiskey, that hearkens back to the era that gave us everything from… Continue Reading →

Blood at the Root to Preview April 20th – 22nd

SAVE THE DATE 4/23 Blood at the Root by Dominique Morrisseau Previews: April 20th- 22nd | $15 April 23- May 8th | $25 May 9- 15 | $35 Mondays, Thursdays – Saturdays 7:30pm Saturdays 2:00pm | Sundays 4:00pm @ National… Continue Reading →

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