Harlem’s Vincent James “Vince” McMahon Founder Of WWE

Vincent James “Vince” McMahon, better known as Vince McMahon, Sr. (July 6, 1914 – May 24, 1984) was an American professional wrestling promoter.

Harlem’s Keith “The Voice” David, Tony Nominee, August Wilson, Platoon, Clockers, etc., (Video)

Keith David Williams, born June 4, 1956, is an American screen and voice actor, comedian, and singer.He is known for his co-starring role as King in Platoon and as Childs Continue Reading →

Nickelodeon Premieres Lip Sync Battle For Harlem Shorties

Nickelodeon debuts the ultimate music showdown for kids from Harlem to Harare with Lip Sync Battle Shorties, beginning Friday, January 12, at 7:30 p.m. (ET/PT).

Los Angeles: Stars Come Out At The Breaking The Silence Awards 2017

OWN’s Benjamin Patterson, Frank Ocean, Meagan Goode, Miss Jay Alexander and many other stars come out with a Harlem state of mind of support to shine a light on the LGBT community Continue Reading →

Atlantic City: Boxing Hall Of Fame 2017 Red Carpet (Photographs)

Atlantic City Boxing Hall of Fame (ACBHOF) Inaugural Induction weekend held on May 26, 27 and 28th 2017, was a smorgasbord of boxing royalty, celebrity guests and legions of boxing Continue Reading →

HW Pick: OWN Los Angeles Premiere of “GREENLEAF”

On Thursday, June 15th, 2016, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network hosted a private screening event at The Lot in West Hollywood to celebrate the premiere of “Greenleaf” the network’s highly anticipated new original Continue Reading →

Mackey Twins “Letters From Langston” Event In Harlem

Art and literature lovers alike will converge on the Mackey Twins Art Gallery in Mount Vernon, New York, on Saturday, June 25, 2016.

Cymande, The First British Band To Perform At The Apollo At Summerstage In Central Park

Cymande emerged as innovators of the funk music scene during early 1970s. Influenced by their Caribbean heritage, Cymande combined reggae and Rastafarian rhythms with rare groove, funk and jazz to Continue Reading →

Why The Harlem Riots Of 1943 Echo Today

The old newspaper clippings will tell you that the Harlem Riot of 1943 was sparked by a woman named Margie Polite who forgot her manners.