Nice to see there is no bad blood between these two. They definitely made some hip-hop classic history! Continue Reading →
By Walter Rutledge
This weekend its beginning to feel a lot like Christmas. We have dance in Midtown, theatre and a search for new talent in Harlem, and a literary happening on the Upper Westside. Here are a few of the many arts related events taking place around town and in our community. Continue Reading →
Lamar Hill began his first career on a central Harlem street corner, in the pre-MTV days of boomboxes and mix tapes. Continue Reading →
The Hearts of Gold 15th Annual Gala-Arabian Nights, took place at the Metropolitan Pavilion on a beautiful Thursday night.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.
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 →
For Black Music Month I selected a Harlem born artist who I believe deserves to be celebrated during Black Music Month. Continue Reading →
By Marc “The Raz” Rasbury
Last August 5th, with the Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park serving as a background Gil Scott Heron gave one of his last NYC performances not too far from where grew up.
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