The “Harlem Dragball” Award Ceremony And Dinner

harlems-drag-ballHonoring 100 Harlem Ballroom competitors from the “Red Era” (1986-1990)

The “Harlem Dragball” community on Saturday, April 19th 2014, at the Holiday Inn Grand Ballroom at 440 West 57th St., NYC @ 6pm., will honor individuals for their over 25 years of dedication and historical preservation of the Harlem Ballroom Dragball competitions which now in 2014 has expanded globally with events being held around the world in countries of Japan, Russia, England, and France. Continue Reading →

Dining With Miss Lil: Just Food is Transforming NYers and Our Food Pt. #2

just-food-conf-2014-logo4By Lil Nickelson

The article below is part #2 of the article, to read part #1 please click here.

Last week I outlined how Just Food, a non-profit organization, is building a just and sustainable food system for NYC via CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture), farmers’ markets, community chefs and supplying fresh, locally grown food to food pantries.  Continue Reading →

The Apollo’s 80th Anniversary Salon Series

apollo-theater-new-yorkthe-apollo-theater-turns-78-hip-hop-wired-xpgvacn4-1024x7631The Salon Series at The Apollo Theater provides development support for contemporary new work that cuts across artistic disciplines and expands the Theater’s tradition of nurturing emerging and established artists by providing critical support in their creation of new work. Continue Reading →

Brand Management And Marketing Certificate Program in Harlem

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Kass Fashion Report: New York Fashion Week 2014!

Jan Article II_PIC #1By Kass

Historically, Fashion Week serves as the time of year where Harlemites, New Yorkers and visitors alike are dressed to impress as they attend the various presentations scheduled over the course of the week. Continue Reading →

HWG: A Paige of Advice on Single LIfe

CapOnShipCordenia Paige is a native of Washington, DC. Hoping to follow the artistic paths of those of the Harlem Renaissance and Black Art Movement, she moved to NYC in 2001, settling just north of Harlem in the Bronx. Continue Reading →

National Condom Awareness Day, Valentine’s Day New Branded Condoms And Use Tips

nyc branded condomsIn recognition of National Condom Awareness Day and Valentine’s Day, the Health Department today unveiled a new look and a new addition to the City’s NYC branded condoms. Continue Reading →

The 55th Annual NCA 2014 Arts & Cultural Conference

Inge HardisonArtist Inge Hardison

Join the National Conference of Artists New York (NCA) in celebration of the NCA 55th Anniversary, at their Our Art – Our Legacy Conference in New York.  The event kicks off on February 18 and runs thru the 23rd with events throughout the NYC area.  Check out this year’s events that are free and open to the public  Continue Reading →

Harlem Reps At The amFAR New York Gala

6069d3c68ecd11e3a60912ea6ba92f7d_8Harlem was in the house with A$AP Rocky who cleaned up pretty good with girl friend Chanel Iman, and buddies Dame Dash and Cam’ron last night in NYC. Continue Reading →

‘Bridging Boundaries: Part II’ At Aloft In Harlem

Give_em_More_Fiyah2dd442Bridging Boundaries: Part II extends the conversation beyond Columbia and into the Harlem community – bridging the communities through artistic expression and discussion.  Part II features three of the FLUX artists in Bridging Boundaries: Redefining Diaspora with a larger representation of their work. Continue Reading →

Join Us At The Artists Town Hall: The Affordable Care Act

aids blanket installation shotHarlem World Magazine and InJoy Enterprises, in partnership with the Emblem Health Care will host a Town Hall information session about how the new Affordable Care Act will affect artists (visual, performers, actors, dancers, musicians, designers, etc.,) … Continue Reading →

Chart Says East Harlem Is Horniest Hood

article-2494215-194C2E8000000578-556_634x695Face it, if you live in a New York City apartment (with those paper-thin walls), you’ve probably awoken to the sounds of your neighbors — ahem — doing the nasty. But, if you’ve noticed this happening more frequently than not, you just might be living in East Harlem. Continue Reading →