HW Pick: Lupita Nyong’o And Elmo Talk About The Skin They Are In (video)

the skin they are in....

Elmo talks to award winning actress Lupita Nyong’o talk about the skin he and Ms. Lupita are in on Sesame Street:

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HW Pick: Slick Rick And Rakim Live At Stage 48, NYC

slick rick and rakimHarlem fave performers Rakim part of the dynamic duo of Eric B and Rakim, and Slick Rick of “The Show” and “La Di Da Di” fame are performing together – it’s a must see show. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Alain LeRoy Locke

proxyAlain LeRoy Locke, philosopher, writer, and educator, was born on this date, September 13, 1886, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Free Tickets To ‘The Meredith Vieira Show’ in NYC

meredithshowWe 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.

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‘Louder Than Bombs’ is filming At 122nd Street and Broadway in Harlem

louder-than-bombs-movieToday was a Louder Than Bombs filming around West 122nd Street and Broadway in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Slices Of Charlotte To Fuel Harlem

fuel pizza spot in harlemThere is a new found culinary creativity emerging from Charlotte, North Carolina eateries and now one of them are staking a very visible claim at the corner of 123rd and Frederick Douglas Avenue.

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Moe’s Sneaker Spot Signs Harlem Lease

1890-adam-clayton-powell-blvd-moes-sneaker-spot-1Commercial Observer reports that Moe’s Sneaker Spot will open its second Manhattan location this fall at 1890 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard on the southwest corner of 115th Street in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Eric Garner Death Inspires Summer Camp In Harlem

wenn2598019The program is sponsored by Urban Art Beat, Art Start and The Next Youth Coalition. It launched on August 18 in the wake of protests over the death of Eric Garner in Staten Island and Mike Brown in Ferguson, MO, both of whom died at the hands of police misconduct. Continue Reading →

Harlem Society Listens To W.C. Handy In Harlem1936

wc handy in harlem

An elegant young boys, girls, men and women in Harlem high society listen to a performance by W.C. Handy at an art gallery, Harlem, New York,1936.

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