Salters Scene: Lisa Zwerling’s The Magic Flute

Lisa Zwerling

Thursday Oct 4th was the opening reception for painter Lisa Zwerling’s The Magic Flute exhibit at the FIRST STREET GALLERY in Chelsea. Continue Reading →

Sponsored Love: Salters Scene, The Well (Contest)

One of the newest spots to open in New York City is The Well. The brainchild of Managing Partners Shay Vishawadia and Josh Richolt, the Well is located in Brooklyn two blocks away from the L Train Meserole Street stop. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: Rev. Sharpton Leads Silent Protest

Rev. Sharpton Leads Silent Protest

On Father’s Day the Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Action Network led a silent protest march down 5thAvenue. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: Hearts of Gold 15th Annual Gala

b. michael, Tamara Tunie, Deborah Koenigsberg and Gregory Generet

The Hearts of Gold 15thAnnual Gala-Arabian Nights, took place at the Metropolitan Pavilion on a beautiful Thursday night in November. The festive evening, complete with belly dancing, a silent auction and fashion show was hosted by Law & Order SVU – Actor, Producer and Director Tamara Tunie. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: Wiz Khalifa And Special Guests at SummerStage

By Derrick Salters

Last week the hottest ticket in town was the sold out Wiz Khalifa (above) show at Central Park’s Summer Stage, July 25th. After days of 3 digit heat and non stop rain Monday afternoon, the temperature dropped and the rain subsided right around show time.

Not too long after My Last, it was time for the main event. Wiz Kahlifa, sportin’ a Run DMC hat, hit the stage around 8:30 to the delight of the New York crowd. Amber Rose (see second photo), one of Wiz Kahlifa’s biggest supporters, found a spot on the side of the stage to enjoy the set. Kahlifa put on a good show at Summer Stage performing hits from his Rollin Papers release.Two of the biggest songs of the night were the heavy radio rotation Roll Up and the classic anthem Black and Yellow. You could hear people screaming the hook outside the venue!

Chevy Woods

It was definitely a night about being young, having fun and pursuing your passion.

Salters Scene: Shop For A Cause At Tracy Reese

Jocelyn Taylor, Tracy Reese and Reggie Canal

By Derrick Salters

Despite the snow falling Wednesday January 26th, folks trooped to the West Village Tracy Reese Flagship Store to support Shop for a Cause.Proceeds from stored items purchased will go to Akyson: A Vision Forward for Haiti. Continue Reading →

Harlem CARES at the National Black Theater

By Aisha Brown

On November 19th, 2009, Harlem World presented the Harlem CARES Bridge to Mentor Power for an Evening of Grace and Thanksgiving to promote the importance of mentoring at risk teens.

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