A fixture on the American gospel and pop music scenes, Mavis Staples and her musical family provided a soundtrack to the Civil Rights movement. Continue Reading →
By Rudy Collins
Harlem World Magazine was in the house on 34th Street Loew’s Orphean hosted the 2014 Urban Film Festival sponsored by BET and HBO in New York City. Continue Reading →
Something for the Harlem ladies,TV One will have access to an exclusive private performance with internationally renowned two-time GRAMMY nominated R&B singer/songwriter KEM. Continue Reading →
All eyes will be on New York City this week, as world leaders come together for the U.N. Climate Summit – an event that aspires to shape the national and global energy future. Continue Reading →
We have everything for our readers, this time it’s being a studio audience member on The Meredith Vieira Show. The former co-host of The View and Today is branching out on her own with a daily afternoon talk show.
“Today’s widespread internet outage that has apparently impacted more than 11 million customers at Time Warner – which is based in New York – is a stark reminder that our economy is increasingly dependent on a reliable broadband network. Continue Reading →
Join the Crain’s Business Breakfast Forum with William J. Bratton, the Police Commissioner, City of New York. Continue Reading →
Face2face Africa, the premier pan-African media company, will launch its three-day annual Pan-African Weekend (F2FA) in New York City on July 25-27. Continue Reading →
Seitu Oronde was at the Puerto Rican Day Parade on June 8th, 2014 in New York City.
Today, the Rangers start the final pursuit of Lord Stanley’s most precious cup for the first time since the days of Messier and Richter. Continue Reading →
With an impressive initial showing of mostly first time 2014 registered voters, Dominicanos USA – a newly formed effort of Dominican American community leaders – announced today it had registered more than 26,000 mostly Dominican American voters in New York City and in Providence, Rhode Island. Continue Reading →