By Latoyia Monlyn-Mathieu
I have always considered the story of my 20’s ending in tying the knot with the love of my life and two becoming three. But somehow the story did not go quite as planned. Continue Reading →
By Morgan A. Grain
All rules beyond the basic fundamentals of photography are thrown out in the groundbreaking book The New Art of Capturing Love: The Essential Guide to Lesbian and Gay Wedding Photography, by Kathryn Hamm & Thea Dodds by Ten Speed Press Continue Reading →
The biggest question overall to the Apollo Professional Career Panelist, was how to make a living while doing what you love, especially when it seems you have to give away so much for free while promoting your music.
By Diane Allford
The 2nd Line came in blasting out New Orleans style jazz on Harlem’s West 125th Street with Grammy award winning trumpeter, Irving Mayfield Jr. leading the band in a rousing rendition of “When the Saints Go Marching In”.
It’s was a scary night to remember as Harlem World Magazine photographer Diane Allford put her fear aside to shoot Harloween along 125th Street on Saturday, October 31st, 2014.
By Diane Allford
The Kings Court West 139th Street Block Association sponsored the Strivers’ Row & Beyond for their 2nd Annual Strivers’ Row Home Tour on Sunday, October 5, 20014. Continue Reading →
Harlem invented street style as these photographs prove! Here are images from photographer Diane Allford of the street style moments happening on the streets of Harlem during the Sunday, September 21st, African American Day Parade 2014. Continue Reading →
Listen to the new segment of The Danny Tisdale Show podcast in this round table conversation with Harlem World Magazine contributors as they talk about their stories, photographs and the behind-the-scenes happenings of their work posted on HarlemWorldMag.com during the month of September 2014. Continue Reading →
On Saturday, Sept 6th, Dennis Mitchell offered free hair cuts to children going back to school. Judge Greg Mathis of the Judge Mathis TV court show also pays a visit to Denny Moe’s Superstar barbershop in Harlem. Continue Reading →