A New York City Housing Authority staffer tricked three residents of the Jefferson Houses in East Harlem into giving her rent checks she then pocketed, prosecutors said Thursday. Continue Reading →
A one woman performance captured by Seitu Oronde at the Presbyterian Church in Harlem on Saturday, August 23rd, 2104.
Harlem based Impact Repertory Theatre creates projects with young people who use current events from the news like this performance at MIST Harlem on August 14th, 2014.
Great profile image of a performer during a performance from the Harlem Shakespeare Festival 2014 taken in Harlem, NY 2014. Continue Reading →
James Baldwin, a Harlem native who died in 1987, would have turned 90 on Saturday. Among the many tributes in a year in which his legacy as a major writer is being celebrated, one on Saturday is close to home: a portion of East 128th Street, between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, will be renamed James Baldwin Way on August 4th, 2014. Continue Reading →
Edouard E. Plummer works out of a room inside a Harlem public school that would be spacious — if it were a storage closet. Continue Reading →
We continue with the three part interview with Omar Tyree that started in February during Black History month and now continues in March 2014. Continue Reading →
In “White Mischief,” in this week’s issue of the New Yorker magazine, Kelefa Sanneh writes about Carl Van Vechten, a “New York hipster and literary gadabout” who was an unlikely champion of the African-American experience as it unfolded on the streets of Harlem in the nineteen-twenties. Continue Reading →
By Walter Rutledge
This week art, music and dance take center stage. We have dance downtown, art in Harlem, music in Chelsea, and an opportunity for new dance makers to showcase their work in Chinatown. Here are a few of the many events taking place around the city and in our community. Continue Reading →