2022 U.S. Olympic Hopeful Starr Andrews Coming To Figure Skating in Harlem

Starr Andrews, 2018 U.S. National competitor and 2017 U.S. Junior Silver Medalist, is taking time out of her busy training schedule to spend time with the girls at Figure Skating in Harlem. Continue Reading →

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Running Back Rahmir Johnson Journey From Harlem Jet To Nebraska Husker

Last Tuesday, Rahmir Johnson dropped a note to Nebraska coach Scott Frost and running backs coach Ryan Held a source reports. Continue Reading →

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Figure Skating In Harlem Opening Doors In Detroit

When Sharon Cohen created Figure Skating in Harlem 21 years ago, she understood it would take baby steps to succeed sources say. Continue Reading →

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Figure Skating In Harlem Ladies Debut Beyoncé’s Spring Ivy Park Collection In Harlem

Elle magazine reports that Beyoncé is continuing her week of being our president. Continue Reading →

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Legendary Martina Navratilova Honored By Harlem Junior Tennis & Education Program

WTA Tennis reports that WTA legend Martina Navratilova was presented with the Shining Star Award by the Harlem Junior Tennis and Education Program at a charity gala in New York City on Monday. Continue Reading →

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Harlem Boxing Champion Harry “The Black Panther” Wills (video)

Harry_Willis_1916Harry “The Black Panther” (or “The Brown Panther”) Wills, born in New Orleans, Louisiana, on May 15, 1889 was a heavyweight boxer who three times held the World Colored Heavyweight Championship. Continue Reading →

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Mayors Office, NYC Football Announce Partnership To Broadcast And Training To Students

The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) and the New York City Football Club (NYCFC) today announced a new partnership that will, for the first time, broadcast live all NYCFC games during the 2018 Major League Soccer season on WNYE 91.5 FM, the City of New York’s official radio station. Continue Reading →

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The Black Gymnasts Who Broke Barriers, Before Simone And Gabby, There Was Wendy Hilliard

It’s a heartbreaking and tragic time for U.S.A. Gymnastics. These courageous athletes have proven how strong they are, on and off the mat. Another courageous gymnast, Wendy Hilliard, the first black rhythmic gymnast to compete on a U.S. national team. Continue Reading →

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Former NY Giants Star Quarterback And World Champion Phil Simms To Host Big Game Viewing Party

Okay, Harlem football fans, we know Phil Simms may have coined the phrase “I’m going to Disney World” following his Big Game win in 1987, but the legendary quarterback is ‘going to Empire City Casino’ for this year’s Big Game. Continue Reading →

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Julius Erving Becomes Dr. J At Harlem’s Famed Rucker Park, 1970’s (Video)

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Matt Formica writes in Hoopsvibe that Dr. J’s performance in Harlem was one of the Three of the most legendary performances at Rucker Park ever. Continue Reading →

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No One Is Impressed With This French Soccer Knucklehead’s Blackface “Tribute”

SBNation reports that a ignorant photo of soccer star Antoine Griezmann in not just blackface, but makeup covering his entire body. Continue Reading →

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Harlem’s “Mini Michael Jordan” Signs With Harlem Globetrotters (Video)

NY Post reports that a 4-foot-5 hoopster dubbed the “mini Michael Jordan” has been signed by the Harlem Globetrotters — the team’s shortest player ever. Continue Reading →

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