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MISS/MR Harlem Shake Contest Accepting Online Applications

Listen up Shakester! We are now accepting applications for our MR. and/or MISS Harlem Shake 2017 contestants. The online applications are to be sent to MHS@harlemshakenyc.com. You can also just submit via the website. We will be receiving submissions from TODAY… Continue Reading →

Harlem Fashion Week Celebrates Success with Symposium

To help facilitate the growth of the fashion industry in Harlem, on March 25th 2017 Harlem Fashion Week will be hosting a business of fashion symposium entitled “The Network”: Where Fashion and Industry Converge to create Empire. This event is for: designers, bloggers, photographers, models stylists, MUA everyone… Continue Reading →

Uptown Soul Lounge Celebrates One Year Anniversary

On Friday, February 24, The Elixir Media Group‘s Uptown Soul Lounge series will celebrate its one year anniversary and pay homage to black history and iconic artists who have harnessed the power of being unapologetically black. This milestone event will take place in the… Continue Reading →

Harlem Holiday Arts & Giving

HARLEM JAZZ PRESENTS: QUEEN ESTHER ONE NIGHT ONLY! SATURDAY DECEMBER 17 SETS AT 7:00PM & 9:30PM A versatile and charismatic performer with a four octave range, Queen Esther explores her acclaimed reinterpretations of Billie Holiday’s lost classics with a dynamic… Continue Reading →

Holiday Windows Tours Honor Harlem Renaissance

Harlem is getting in the holiday windows game, and it’s all about the history. Spanning the corridor of Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 114th and the 122nd streets, eight businesses will display windows designed and executed by fifteen students from Fashion… Continue Reading →

Bad Vibes Dowse Your Home

Documents are a wellspring of advice. Perhaps you are equally as imaginative as you desire to be, s O long as your composition conveys the appropriate info to the subscriber. Select us and relish your documents. Below are some wonderful… Continue Reading →

Halloween in Harlem

It’s Halloween in Harlem! Enjoy a Ghoulishly Great Week filled with fun Halloween festivities at your favorite neighborhood spots! Halloween Costume Parties  Costume 3-Mile Run Kids Monster Ball Haunted Houses Pet Parades  Want more? We’ve got Boozy Brunches and All… Continue Reading →

Meshell Ndegeocello Asks, “Can I Get a Witness?”

We love Meshell Ndegeocello and are so thrilled for her new multidisplinary theatrical work “Can I Get a Witness?”  Commissioned by Harlem Stage, this exciting piece draws inspiration from the James Baldwin quote,  “From my point of view, no label,… Continue Reading →

Baraderes Haiti Benefit Tonight

On October 3, 2016, a category five hurricane by the name of Matthew swept through the southwestern part of Haiti leaving behind massive destruction and casualties. About 1.4 million people are in need of immediate assistance. We want to do our part in… Continue Reading →

“Fit For a Queen” in its Final Week!

The Classical Theatre of Harlem presents the hit “Fit for a Queen” for one more week.  Get your tickets now!

CCCADI Grand Opening Kicks Off this Weekend

Our Grand Opening Weekend kicks off tomorrow October 15th to Sunday, October 16th! The weekend is action packed with FREE activities for everyone. Activities such as our inaugural 3-part exhibition titled “Home, Memory, and Future,” Calle Bembé neighborhood party, food vendors, children’s art activities, and Open House New… Continue Reading →

Happy Labor Day, Harlem! Ready for Autumn?

Happy Labor Day! Fall has officially arrived and Harlem Happenings just keep getting better! From Back to School Specials to Special Fall Menus Fall Fashions to Finding Your Groove   Harlem is Hot…anytime of the year!   plus Save the… Continue Reading →

Harlem Meets Havana All Week

Tuesday August 16th Head to Ginny’s Supper Club for a taste of Harlem and Havana!    Located at 310 Malcolm X Blvd.  Experience the music and culture of Harlem and Havana at Ginny’s Cafe with Cuban inspired menu items, live music performances… Continue Reading →

Silicon Harlem Announces Next Meetup!

Next Meetup! Silicon Harlem in partnership with the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce will host an interactive discussion on “Driving Business Profit through Social Media & Strategic Partnerships” Thursday, August 11, 2016 3:00pm | FREE! | RSVP required The Harlem Week… Continue Reading →

Marcus Garvey Park to Feature “All Along the Watchtower” Installation

The Marcus Garvey Park Alliance and Heath Gallery Present Inside ~ Outside A Group Exhibition Curated by Lady K Fever August 6 – 24, 2016 Inside ~ Outside explores the works of 7 local artists. The artists show their work on gallery walls and inside museums while… Continue Reading →

Sweetspot Festival Jamaican Indepen-Dance Celebration August 6th

Harlem Stand UP! The 4th Annual JAMAICAN INDEPEN-DANCE! August 6, 2016 – 2 PM – 9 PM West Harlem Pier / 125th St & West Side Highway Music by: Father German NYC Champion Sound RICE + PEAS Deejay Gravy, Max… Continue Reading →

Maysels Documentary Center Presents “Staunch: A Grey Gardens Party”

Thursday, August 11th, 5:00pm Staunch: A Grey Gardens Party (Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Maysles Brothers’ Classic) Parrish Art Museum 279 Montauk Highway Water Mill, NY Join us for a 5:00pm “Edie” costume contest and parade, followed by a 6:00pmconversation and screening… Continue Reading →

Minton’s Got July 4th Weekend Jazz

What’s more American than jazz? Move over, apple pie. This Independence Day weekend is all about jazz. And what better way to salute and celebrate this fundamentally American institution than spending it here with us at Minton’s, the birthplace of bebop. This… Continue Reading →

HiArts Showcases “Word is Bond” at Hip-Hop Theater Festival

The DC Hip-Hop Theater Festival July 11- 23rd Curated by Goldie Patrick    For well over a decade, The DC Hip-Hop Theater Festival presented by Hi-ARTS has showcased the stories, people, music, dance, and word of Hip-Hop live and on stage worldwide…. Continue Reading →

Harlem Ready for July 4th With Music, Parade, Shopping

It’s Summertime in Harlem and there’s fun for the whole family! From July 4th Parades, Fire Truck Sprinklers and Summer Camps for the Kids to New Summer Menus, Craft Cocktail Events, Day Parties and Live Jam Sessions for the Grown… Continue Reading →

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