LIVE from New York: 2017 Global Citizen Festival Join world leaders, activists, celebrities and top music acts at 2017 Global Citizen Festival streaming LIVE on Twitter.
In honor of National Poetry Month, the City of New York (@NYCGov & @NYCulture) will host the annual “PoetweetNYC” Twitter poetry contest.
Knight Foundation invites you to a Twitter chat on Feb. 15, 2017 from 1–2 p.m. ET to discuss issues concerning free speech and freedom of the press. Follow #fofa to take part in the Continue Reading →
Update: Well this just became even more of a s**tshow. Sarah Palin is suing Harlem’s Azealia Banks, according to People.
Gothamist reports that NYPD officials will have a hard time explaining why one of it’s commanding officers used Twitter to blast activists in the case of a young woman who Continue Reading →
New York Police Department Tuesday were eating an extra helpings of humble pie after asking people to post images of themselves and NYPD officers on Twitter — only to face Continue Reading →
A different kind of show went on stage at the Apollo Theater in New York on Tuesday night. Square CEO and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey kicked off a conversation with Continue Reading →
As the co-founder of Twitter, and founder and CEO of mobile payments processor Square, Jack Dorsey has used his tech know-how to launch successful businesses.
Eff hashtags and reewtets, Lupe Fiasco is writing a book on his Twitter time line, publishing it one chapter at a time.
The Peculiar Patriot, Liza Jessie Peterson’s one-woman takedown of the criminal justice system, has been acknowledged with a grant of $100,000 from the Art for Justice Fund, a five-year initiative Continue Reading →
Several notable celebrities, community leaders and entertainers descended on the city of New Orleans once again to attend the 15th Annual McDonald’s 365Black Awards, held today at the Ritz Carlton, New Continue Reading →
The chopped cheese sandwich, an icon of Harlem, New York, is now being sold at the Whole Foods location in Columbus Circle, at the southwestern corner of Central Park, our Continue Reading →
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 →
Black Public Media (BPM) has been awarded an Art Works grant of $40,000 by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).
High Snobiety reports that an announcement last week by worldwide broker and auction house Sotheby’s, A$AP Rocky’s Lab Rat performance art piece took place in New York City between 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 Continue Reading →
Guest Of a Guest reports that tomorrow, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry say “I do.”
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced the winners of the sixth annual Big Apple Awards, honoring Harlem’s Ashley Wilson (holding sign above) and the other 16 recipients and celebrating Continue Reading →
TV One is set to premiere its latest original docu-series, We’re The Campbell’s on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, at 8 p.m. ET/7C.
Throughout May, Mayor de Blasio’s Public Engagement Unit has events planned citywide to help New Yorkers access resources and information from the Tenant Support Unit, Home Support Unit, and GetCoveredNYC.
Artistic Director Lucine Amara invites vocalists of all ages from Harlem to Harare to apply to the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera’s (Verismo Opera) 30th Annual International Vocal Competition.
Metro reports that as you wait on subway platforms this week, you may see transit advocates asking you to call Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office to ask him to adopt “fair fares.”
NY Post reports that yet another city doggie was lost by the “Uber for dog-walking” app last week.
Jazz at Lincoln Center proudly announces the three top-placing high school jazz bands in the nation that took the highest honors tonight at the prestigious 23rd Annual Essentially Ellington High Continue Reading →
Patch reports as of around 8:30 p.m., the New Haven, Harlem and Hudson lines are operating at or near on schedule, Metro-North said.
Reuters reports that Twitter Inc., urged its more than 330 million users to change their passwords after a glitch caused some to be stored in readable text on its internal computer Continue Reading →