Tag: Play

Screening of De Novo at El Museo del Barrio on November 13th and 14th

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HCL readers may be interested in this documentary of the acclaimed play de novo that tells the true story of a 14 year old boy from Guatemala, who chose to leave his life with a street gang in search of his mother…

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East Harlem’s upcoming off-Broadway play “Too Late”

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Off-Broadway comes to East Harlem.  Nigel Barto Presents “Too Late” at the Poet’s Den Theater for 5 consecutive nights on July 16-20, 2013.  Tickets are available at http://toolate.brownpapertickets.com for $49 general; $69 (Opening Night  & Reception) Short Summary: Set against the…

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Sting performs to a sold out crowd at Harlem's St. John the Divine, Only U.S. stop

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By HarlemGal The largest gothic cathedral in the United States was a musical haven to rock star Sting and a sea of international musicians last night. Sting, who is performing two sold out shows December 8th and 9th…

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Harlem for the Holidays Bazaar Today

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By NativeNewYorker Last week HarlemGuy posted about Harlem for the Holidays.  If you are looking for something to do this afternoon, check out their holiday bazaar from noon – 5 pm today at the Hip Hop Culture Center…

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Fela! on Broadway, musical elements on Harlem's 116th Street

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By HarlemGal On 116th Street from Frederick Douglass Blvd to Lenox Avenue, there is always African music playing throughout the various stores. The music plays just right, not loud. It’s pleasant enough to where you notice and say…

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Harlem business owners unite in The Power of One

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By HarlemGal One is not the loneliest number that you’ll ever choose, according to several independent Harlem business owners. Maybe in the famous song by Three Dog Night it is? However, it is quite the opposite for those…

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