Harlem-based Taira Rice creates watercolor portraits of naked women of color.
At 31.4 pounds, he’ll need to go on a diet when he’s adopted.
The upcoming case could dramatically reshape how electoral districts are drawn.
Social media users are welcoming him to the job with their own inspiring quotes.
Is “The Walking Dead” all a dream?
The 3-month-old is “doing great.”
By Peter Blauner In the equatorial heat of a July morning in Harlem, a middle-aged lady in thigh-high plastic boots was standing underneath the el tra… Read more: Television, New York City, New York, Law & Order, Harlem, Mariska Hargitay,… Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
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 →
In artist David Shrobe’s multimedia work “Guerrilla Tactics,” the edge of a gold picture frame knocks up against a curved slice of mosaic nestle… Read more: Painting, Art History, Black History, Harlem, Arts News
This Black History Month, HuffPost Black Voices is declaring “We, Too, Are America” and we held an event in Harlem on Monday to acknowledge and ce… Read more: Arts and Entertainment, Black Lives Matter, United States, Black History Month, Harlem,… Continue Reading →
A quick internet search of “American cowboy” yields a predictable crop of images. Husky men with weathered expressions can be seen galloping on ho… Read more: New York, New York City, Harlem, Art and Photography (Books), American Old West, Studio… Continue Reading →
GIMME SHELTER Though Kit’s body was removed promptly from Harlem’s Morningside Park after he hanged himself from a tree, no one bothered for about f… Read more: Politics, Homelessness, New York, New York City, Video, Documentary, Cathedral of St. John… Continue Reading →
This morning, we woke up to the Academy Award news that three movies that center Black lives – Moonlight, Fences, and Hidden Figures – were nominated … Read more: Nadhege Ptah, Black Filmmakers, Black Hollywood, Academy Awards, #OscarsSoWhite, #OscarsSoBlack, Harlem,… Continue Reading →
Pastor Michael Walrond Jr. is making a tremendous stride towards destigmatizing mental illness in the black community by providing free mental health … Read more: Mental Health, Depression, Public Health, u.s. News , Harlem, Psychiatry, Black Voices News
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 →
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 →