Capt. Jonathan Atkin specializes in aerial images for the maritime industry. An accomplished image maker for editorial and corporate clients, Jonathan’s passion has long included dance and maritime. Continue Reading →
Lack of affordable housing. The challenges of family caregiving. Age discrimination in the workplace. These are just some of the major concerns of African-American voters age 50 and older in New York City as revealed by an AARP commissioned survey in 2013. Continue Reading →
Dancing darling and music royalty, Mercedes Ellington, granddaughter of Harlem jazz legend Duke Ellington, recently ran into Italian operatic tenor Luca Foffano at the famed eatery Sardi’s in New York City. Continue Reading →
Join the Day of the Dead observance hosted by the great folks at Union Settlement Association one of the oldest institutions in East Harlem, NY, on Thursday, October 30, 2015. Continue Reading →
Flowers, Carl Van Vechten, channels a movement during the Harlem Renaissance, circa.,1920’s – 1930’s, Continue Reading →
House of Art Gallery, a Bedford-Stuyvesant contemporary pioneer that has carved a niche as a promoter of urban culture joins the debate with an exciting multi-media exhibit and program of lectures, installations and discussions with complimentary sounds and music. Continue Reading →
Legendary singer and Apollo Theater amateur night winner Dionne Warwick was one of the first to welcome renowned Italian operatic tenor Luca Foffano to these shores, upon his recent arrival. Continue Reading →
Some may have called it Harlem Braggadoccio. An entire weekend devoted to boasting the connection between Harlem and South Africa.
Get your tickets now for ‘Father Comes Home From The Wars’ at the Public Theater by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks.