Officials in New York City have signed off on plans to name a street after music legend James Brown. Continue Reading →
Singer, producer and “Voice” judge Pharrell Williams is one of six new directors for Harlem’s Apollo Theater. Continue Reading →
Woodie King Jr’s New Federal Theatre kicks off its 45th season with Karimah’s Accept “Except” LGBT NY, a tale about Gay Rights from slavery to modern day, directed by Tony Award winner George Faison and performing at the Castillo Theatre, 543 West 42nd Street, from October 23 to November 23. Opening night is set for November 6. Continue Reading →
Legendary singer and Apollo Theater amateur night winner Dionne Warwick was one of the first to welcome renowned Italian operatic tenor Luca Foffano to these shores, upon his recent arrival. Continue Reading →
Some may have called it Harlem Braggadoccio. An entire weekend devoted to boasting the connection between Harlem and South Africa.
The dead will bring Harlem to life on Harloween. Hundreds of dancing zombies are expected to flood Lenox Ave. near 124th St. on Oct. 31 for a rousing rendition of the late legendary pop artist Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Continue Reading →
On Friday, September 26th, diva Faith Evans performed and talks about her story of health and wellness at the Healthy Harlem Festival celebration event at the Apollo Theater on 125th Street in Harlem. Continue Reading →
A photograph of members of the Harlem Air Squadron at the Roosevelt Field Airport in Long Island, New York, 1935.
A passionate Kohei Hattori sings “I Believe I Can Fly,” is the new first place, at Amateur Night at The Apollo September 17th, 2014, in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
Julius “Nipsey” Russell (September 15, 1918 – October 2, 2005). Comedian and actor. With a supernatural ability to improvise and ad-lib, Nipsey Russell made a name for himself on the talk-show and game-show circuits of the 1950s and ’60s. Continue Reading →