On Tuesday, July 22, the evening on Harlem’s Lenox Avenue was Sizzling! The event, Harlem Summer Sizzles on Lenox, spanning from 119th St to 126th Streets. Continue Reading →
In 1939, Orson Welles produced “Macbeth” by William Shakespeare at the old Lafayette Theater in Harlem. Last week, Rudy Collins photographed The Classical Theatre of Harlem‘s production of Romeo n Juliet in the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater in Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
The family of Dr Billy Taylor as well as other VIP’s such as Congressman Charles Rangel, Mayor David Dinkins, Keith Wright, and others were present for the renaming of 138th Street at 5th Ave Dr. Billy Taylor Way in Harlem.
Throughout the decades the “social roles” of women have flip flopped. And for black women, well, they have always been distorted. Continue Reading →
The National Conference of Artists New York kicked off it’s annual 3 day conference at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with NCA 1st Vice President Whilemina Grantr. Continue Reading →
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 →
It’s amazing what [a few years] of change makes in the Harlem hood. Here’s a photo of where Manna’s food spot (before Manna’s was here a furniture store called JL Roberts was there) Continue Reading →
Amma Whatt rocks at the Music Is Life event on October 10th, 2013 at Red Roosters Ginny’s Supper Club in Harlem with Harlem World Magazine and RythymandSoulRadio.com.