In honor of Mardi Gras today, we’re featuring one of New Orleans’ signature dishes- gumbo! This spicy and hearty stew originated in southern Louisiana as early as the 1700’s. Continue Reading →
Get ready to twerk it out from Harlem to Hollywood– the return of Big Freedia is closer than you think! In August Fuse announced season 3 and 4 of the Queen Diva’s hit reality series Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce, with season 3 set to hit TV screens early 2015. Continue Reading →
Singer and Broadway star T. Oliver Reid leads what he describes as “a club hopping journey through the swanky clubs and low down joints of 1934 Harlem,” featuring the music of Duke Ellington, Harold Arlen, Andy Razaf, and more. Continue Reading →
Sources say the title is a play on the song from the 1800s called “I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls”.
In a city whose spirit world is as old as Mother Africa’s children, Glen David Andrews, a native son of New Orleans, has made a compelling case for his own deliverance. Continue Reading →
“People are basically good at heart.” The late Anne Frank’s journal words live on because hopeful claims help us deny racism’s realities and the failures of white institutions. Continue Reading →
The George Clinton of Jazz, check out our man Christin aTunde Adjuah who closing the distance between acoustic and electric sounds in jazz, Christian aTunde Adjuah premieres his double quartet and their approach to jazz entitled Stretch Music. Continue Reading →
The 25 Influential Black Women In Business Awardees for 2103 were honored on Thursday, March 27, 2014 in NYC, The Network Journal, New York’s leading Black professional and small-business magazine, presented the event at the Marriott New York Marquis.
Mayor William Bell and the City of Birmingham get ready to open the 2013 Civil Rights Traveling Exhibit, Birmingham: The Movement that Changed the World, in New York City at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem. Continue Reading →