Seitu’s World: The Greater Harlem Chamber Of Commerce’s 40th Anniversary

seitu chamber1Seiutu Oronde was at the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce 40th Anniversary with a host of attendees from Harlem’s Voza Rivers to Daniel Beatty at the at Avery Fisher at Lincoln Center in New York City.

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Community Works Announces the Expansion Of “harlem is…” In Memory Of Tunde Samuel

harlem-articleLargeBarbara Horowitz , Founder and President of Community Works, announces the launch of a year-long, citywide, multi-arts focus on Harlem’s historic role in the development of Black Theater and its impact on our national culture. Continue Reading →

Community Works’ Harlem Is Theater exhibition

Voza Rivers & Jamal JosephBarbara Horowitz , Founder and President of Community Works, announces the launch of a year-long, citywide, multi-arts focus on Harlem’s historic role in the development of Black Theater and its impact on our national culture. Continue Reading →

Freddy Cole Quintet ft. Harry Allen (Live Streaming)

live streaming at lincoln center with jazzSit back, unload your Harlem day and listen to the vibes of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s broadcast in this live video stream of Freddy Cole Quintet featuring Harry Allen. Continue Reading →

Up the Book Staircase (‘Paris Blues Revisited’)

Albert Murray,

By K

Albert Murray, acclaimed essayist and author of several novels including Train. Whistle. Guitar has those floor-to-ceiling bookshelves that loom over you, hinting at timelessness. My acquaintance with his famed Harlem apartment is secondhand, but I’ve seen those shelves. Continue Reading →

Free April 2014 Programs and Events at Lincoln Center

020514-national-icon-mann-Sanford-BiggersWe love free and great, and nothing is better than those two words coming together to make no fee based programming and events at one of the greatest institutions (next to the Apollo Theater) in the world, the Lincoln Center. Continue Reading →

In Memory Of Albert Murray

Albert Murrays Memorial ServiceBy Lil Nickelson

As I mature I’m starting to get more like my late maternal grandmother, Mrs. Lola Jackson, by going to services for people I didn’t personally know and it is getting spooky folks.  Continue Reading →