Karen Bernod To Perform At Harlem Pride

karen hernodMulti-talented Brooklyn born and raised acclaimed background singer Karen Bernod, will perform at Harlem Pride on Saturday, June 28th at 12 PM. Continue Reading →

Souleo: Power Players Navigate A Reality TV Driven Market

Keith Clinkscales, Diddy, Val Boreland, Andy Schuon_Photo Credit_Stephen KnightIf you let the music lead the television viewing audience will follow (without the need for sex tapes, physical fights or publicity stunts). Well at least that’s the hope of the executive team behind Revolt TV. Continue Reading →

Womanly Advice

audinceBy Eartha Watts Hicks

Throughout the decades the “social roles” of women have flip flopped. And for black women, well, they have always been distorted. Continue Reading →

Ashford And Simpson – The Real Thing

nickashfordNick Ashford spent his first few months in New York City homeless and sleeping on park benches. When he met Bronx native Valerie Simpson singing and playing piano in the choir of Harlem’s White Rock Baptist Church, his fortunes changed.

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HW Interview: Celebrate Black Music Month with longtime Apollo Theatre Employee Mary Flowers

Harlem World Magazine celebrates Black Music Month with Mary Flowers, who has worked at the World Famous Apollo Theater since the mid- 1980′s. Continue Reading →