The incredible Supremes singing, “My Heart Can’t Take It No More,” live to the toughest, warmest audience in showbiz at The Apollo Theatre in the 1963 in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Join the MIST crrew for a night of comedy by some of New York’s funniest comedians and a sneak peek at a new tv series in development inspired by the experiences of Sharon Joseph, who owned and operated the Harlem Lanes bowling alley. Continue Reading →
Legendary James Brown performing at the Apollo Theatre, Harlem, NY on the 4th of May, 1985. Continue Reading →
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“People ask is there any link between the Irish and African Americans,” said Nik Quaife, the director of communications at New York’s Irish Arts Center. Continue Reading →
Listen to HW Radio Podcast show with Walter Rutledge Harlem World Magazine writer and choreographer for a special three day conversation with performers from the Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center (THPAC) live for the 36th Annual Dance Showcase.
Listen on day 1, June 17, 2012 at 5 pm here.
Listen on day 2, June 18, 2012 at 5:30 pm here.
Listen on day 3, June 20, 2012 at 6 pm here.
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By Walter Rutledge
I know for many of you the arts and related arts events are a minor, if not trivial part of your day.
With all the real defining moments happening around us hearing about a dance concert, or musical, or art exhibit is just one of life’s frivolities. What is amazing is how easily a little song, dance or painting can bring joy into people’s lives. Continue Reading →
By Walter Rutledge The November 4th and 5th concert of Purelements: An Evolution in Dance lived up to the company moniker. The choreography and the company are an ever-evolving experience in concert dance and dance theatre. Continue Reading →
In 1981 two crews met for battle at a community center in a Brooklyn housing project. The crews were not battling with guns and knives these crews weapon of choice was break dance moves and hip-hop bravado. Continue Reading →
When I read about Kierra Foster-Ba’s dance class “without any set choreography and without the self-consciousness of caring what you look like” I was skeptical that many people would be unguarded enough to dance without prescribed movements. Continue Reading →