By Albert Trotman
Duke Ellington’s jazz tune, Creole Love Call featuring Adelaide Hall, was the first wordless jazz vocal recording ever made? Continue Reading →
Silvana is happy to welcome the Egyptian singer and activist Ramy Essam. He is best known for his appearances in Tahrir Square in Cairo during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011.His song Irhal, in which then Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was urged to resign, gained great popularity among the demonstrators. Continue Reading →
Singer-songwriter, dancer/choreographer, actress, Harlem native, and G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recordings artist Teyana Taylor’s debut album VII arrives in stores November 4, 2014.
RhythmAndSoulRadio.com is at it again, this time with the soulful LaTosha Brown at their Shrine World Music series at Shrine right in the heart of Harlem, where they turn a Monday Into A Friday.
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Emblem Health Neighborhood Care welcomes parents and school-age children to our second annual back to school event!
The Health Department today released new 2013 data showing 16.1 percent of adult New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis, Queens are smokers, a significant increase from the city’s lowest recorded adult smoking rate of 14 percent in 2010. Continue Reading →
Join the event at Harlem Shake as the crown Miss Harlem 2014 on September 13th, 2014 in 100 West 124th Street (at Lenox Avenue), Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
By Rudy Collins
Harlem Week’s Saturday’s Children’s Festival on 135th Street was a win-win situation for this young man with The Harlem Globe Trotter’s Bobby Hunter, who won $50.00 in a 2 shot chance elimination. Continue Reading →