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 →
Between the Lines: Michael Eric Dyson and Joy Reid (Part 1) The Schomburg Center has uploaded on YouTube video of Michael Eric Dyson and Joy Reid discussing his provocative new book, The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of… Continue Reading →
Be sure to catch one or both of these events this Thursday and Sunday at Solomon & Kuff’s Rum Hall! Will we see you there?
Season eight of AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange opens with an unflinching portrait of life as an immigrant, as concerns about illegal immigration and refugees reach fever pitch in America and across the world. The documentary series leads off Monday,… Continue Reading →
The year 2016 marks 10 years since the West Harlem Art Fund (WHAF) presented a public artwork in Marcus Garvey Park, located in the Mt. Morris Historic District in H arlem. To celebrate this anniversary, WHAF has selected Bronx-based street… Continue Reading →
The Classical Theatre of in collaboration with The Apollo Theater presents: The First Noel: A World Premiere Musical Book, Music, and Lyrics by Lelund Durond Thompson and Jason Michael Webb Directed by Steve H. Broadnax III Choreographed by Brian Harlan… Continue Reading →
Join Chai Wali to celebrate the first ever Diwali Festival in Harlem! Enjoy The Grand Indian New Year & Festival of Lights on Wednesday, November 11th. Storytelling, Lighting Ceremony and Traditional Cuisine! 274 Lenox Avenue (Btwn 124th St and 123rd St)
On Thursday, December 17, 2015, 7:00pm, the Association of Dominican Classical Artists, Inc. (ADCA) will be hosting the second concert of the season free of charge for the public. This concert will take place at the Aaron Davis Hall, City… Continue Reading →