Harlem’s Alicia Keys The New Face Of Givenchy

alicia-keysHarlem is a local and global brand. Parfums Givenchy is excited to announce its future collaboration with global music icon and Grammy Award-winning artist, and Harlem born Alicia Keys. Continue Reading →

Studio Museum’s Thelma Golden On Vanity Fair’s Best-Dressed List

thelma golden1Richard Johnson in NYPost.com’s Page Six announced today that the Studio Museum in Harlem Director Thelma Golden is on Vanity Fair’s best dressed list. Continue Reading →

Excuse Me: Oscar Winner Lupita Holds “the little man” (video)

Watch as Oscar Winner Lupita Nyong’o talks to the press right after winning her award.

Acceptance Speech “Yes! Thank you to the Academy for this incredible recognition. It doesn’t escape me for one moment that so much joy in my life is thanks to so much pain in someone else’s. Continue Reading →

Films: Stories Where the Truth Hurts

12_Years_A_Slave_-_Steve_McQueen-director,_Lupita_Nyongo,_actor_&_ChiwetelEjiofor,_actor-_Photo_Ben_A_Pruchie_2013_Getty_ImagesBy Claude Jay

January marked the start of the presentation of the film and television awards recognizing the achievements in filmmaking and television production. Continue Reading →

James Gavin’s ‘Stormy Weather: The Life of Lena Horne’ in Harlem

tod story on gavin at newshourBy Tod Roulette

This is February and Black History Month is half done, but there are so many stories and facts to uncover about African Americans and our history. Continue Reading →

45th NAACP Image Awards Announces Host, First Presenters

Pharrell-SlideThe NAACP and TV One announced today that Anthony Anderson will serve as host for the 45th NAACP Image Awards and the first group of presenters confirmed include Lupita Nyong’o, Tyler Perry, Michael Ealy, Tony Goldwyn, Arsenio Hall, Gabrielle Union, Regina Hall, Octavia Spencer, Archie Panjabi, Dennis Haysbert, Rickey Smiley, Nicole Beharie, and Lou Gossett Jr. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Steve ’12 Years a Slave’ McQueen: “He’s One of Us”

www.indiewire.com12 Years a Slave, the third feature from British artist turned filmmaking auteur Steve McQueen, may or may not take home all the Oscars next year, but it’s undoubtedly one of the most accomplished and moving films to come along in quite some time. Continue Reading →