Harlem born Azealia Banks looks set to appear in the pages of Playboy magazine. The opinionated rapper took to social media site Instagram to announce her upcoming editorial and interview in Playboy’s April 2015 music issue. Continue Reading →
When notorious ’90s party promoter and former heroin addict Michael Alig, 48, aka “The Club Kid Killer,” was freed in May after serving 17 years for the grisly killing of his drug-dealer friend, Angel Melendez, he reflected on his crime in the pages of The Post. Now, three months later, he writes about his sober new life and the way New York’s social scene has evolved — good and bad — in his absence. Continue Reading →
Our friends at 135th St. Agency sends us info about Moguldom Studios kicking off their Summer 2014 with a series of groundbreaking and thought-provoking films including A Genius leaves The Hood, Gunland, The Swirl, Black Church, Inc., Bottoms Up and 72%. with their new executive producer and Harlem fave Barion Grant. Continue Reading →
She may just be one of many pretty faces in her family’s ensemble cast reality show, but Kim Kardashian has once again found a way to stand out from the rest of her famous friends and relatives.
Throughout the decades the “social roles” of women have flip flopped. And for black women, well, they have always been distorted. Continue Reading →
You’re probably aware that Justin Bieber was arrested for a DUI and drag racing in Miami last week. If you’re not aware, Justin hit the town with a group of friends, including R&B singer Khalil Sharieff (who was also placed under arrest) and a blonde. Continue Reading →
The celebrity hair styling guru has swirled, tossed and pulled some of the most expensive hair in the world. Here, the stylist to the stars talks tips for Harlem tresses, being Kate Hudson’s mane man and food in Harlem. Continue Reading →