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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 →

SummerStage 2016 Season in Full Swing

The 2016 SummerStage season is in full swing and we are taking all press requests. Below you will find the schedule of upcoming shows through July 11. Coming Up at SUMMERSTAGE Presented by Capital One Bank Info for Shows through July 11 Doors… Continue Reading →

The Times Didn’t Always Get Ali Right

Miami, 1966. Gordon Parks, courtesy of The Gordon Parks Foundation The Times didn’t always get Ali right . To read the full article, click here: http://www.nytimes.com/newsletters/2016/06/08/race-related?nlid=48344851

Mafrika Music Festival Celebrates Global Music on 10th Anniversary

BURKINABE ENTERTAINTMENT Presents Mafrika Music Festival 10th Year Anniversary   Burkinabé Entertainment – a leading entertainment company specializing in world music delivers a top-tier festival showcasing the diversity of New York’s global music scene. Mafrika Music Festival is a free,… Continue Reading →

FLUX Public Art Projects Enjoy Last Week

Image Above: Untitled (luddite), Richard Vivenzio, 2016 [Sisal, dye, screws, shadow, gravity] ARTIST TALK Wednesday, May 25, 6pm-8pm  Discussion begins at 6:30 Exhibition: Dreamers  These three artists, Gregory Saint Amand, Stefano Di Cicco and Roddy Wildeman, all living or working in Harlem, yet from vastly different… Continue Reading →

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