‘The Poet Of Harlem’ Abiodun Oyewole Harlem (video)

We love  this conversation with The Poet of Harlem, Abiodun Oyewole, his stories of Harlem are price less. The video below is from the folks at Harlem Cultural Archives in Continue Reading →

Join Teer Spirit Awards At The National Black Theatre

Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre (NBT), the first self-sufficient, revenue generating black arts institution in the country, will shine the spotlight on individuals who have inspired cultural liberation Continue Reading →

Check Out The Throwback “Soundtrack ‘63” At The Apollo Theatre (Video And Audio)

A Live Musical Documentary with spirituals, protest songs, and current popular music performed by an 18-piece orchestra, created by Brooklyn’s Soul Science Lab. The Harlem Love connection:

Onaje Allan Gumbs Talks Jazz For The Harlem Jazz Series (Audio) Update

Join hosts Danny Tisdale, The Danny Tisdale Show and Marko Nobles, Rhythm And Soul Radio during April’s Harlem Jazz Series interview as part of Harlem World Talks with Harlem’s Onaje Allan Continue Reading →

The Roots & Wings of Hip-Hop Culture At Columbia In Harlem

Very interesting panel discussion mash up from Abiodun Oyewole, Joey Bada$$ to Dr. Chris Emdin, Toni Blackman in The Roots & Wings of Hip-Hop Culture: Exploring Hip-Hop, Healing and Spirituality on Monday, February 29th, Continue Reading →

Harlem’s The Last Poets Were Hip-Hop’s First Poets (video)

The Last Poets is the name for several groups of poets and musicians who arose from the late 1960s African-American civil rights movement’s black nationalist movement. The Harlem Love connection:

Walter’s World: Tongues of Fire Choir

By Walter Rutledge On Saturday, April 27 the Apollo Theater presented Tongues of Fire Choir by poet, performer, and teacher Sekou Sundiata and composer/trombonist Craig Harris. The Harlem Love connection: