A Film Festival For The Entire Harlem Family!

mailYou and your family are cordially invited to The 6th Annual KidCinemaFest’s  Opening Night at Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center.

We are proud to announce that the French film  ERNEST & CELESTINE  will open the film festival this Wednesday!  Continue Reading →

Nickelodeon, French Embassy Honored at ‘My Dream Speaks’

IMG_0714The 135st Agency reports that last night, the Global Language Project held their 3rd Annual My Dream Speaks benefit in New York City where they honored the French Embassy in the United States and the Nickelodeon network for their tremendous commitment to early second language education. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: ‘Touch’ Burberry For The Harlem Man

Burberry Touch1Twist off the hand carved wood top and the Burberry Touch is a sparkling and refreshing fragrance, a nice yen and yang that’s not an old thang. The scent features vibrant top notes of artemisia, sun-drenched mandarin tree and aqueous violet leaves. Continue Reading →

94 year young Harlemite Helps Mount Sinai Celebrate 30 Years of Care

Mrs. Mary Hill, the 94 year young patient in her green and silver stands at the podium with her doctor of 30 years, Dr. Richard Bernstein, at The Mount Sinai Medical Center’s Internal Medicine Associates 30th Anniversary Celebration on February 8, 2012. Continue Reading →

Walter’s World: Ailey ll NY Performances April 6- 17

By Walter Rutledge

Ailey ll will present their spring 2011 season at the Ailey Citigroup Theater from April 6-17. The 250-seat state of the art theater is in the Joan Weill Center for Dance, the home of the Ailey School, located at 405 W. 55th ( the corner of 9th Avenue). Continue Reading →

Woman Leads Harlem Hellfighters Unit

The first female brigade commander in New York National Guard history will lead the legendary Harlem Hellfighters. Col. Stephanie Dawson is to become the commander of the 369th Sustainment Brigade during a ceremony Saturday at the Harlem Armory. The unit was formed during World War I as an all-black regiment and was among the first brigades to arrive in France. Continue Reading →