Harlem’s Henry Lincoln “Hank” DeZonie 1922-2009

hank_dezonieHenry Lincoln “Hank” DeZonie, was born on February 12, 1922 in Harlem, he was an American professional basketball player. He was the fourth African American player in the National Basketball Association (NBA), following Earl Lloyd, Nathaniel Clifton, and Chuck Cooper. Continue Reading →

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The Raz Report: To Triangle Or Not To Triangle

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By Marc Rasbury

When the news broke on Monday that the New York Knicks fired head coach Derek Fisher most people were shocked. However, there were some that saw this coming. Continue Reading →

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Book Signing For “The Athlete Negro,” In Harlem

The Athlete Negro the Awakening

Join the LeRoy Neiman Art Center on Monday, August 10, 2015, 6-9 pm to meet former New York Knicks and NBA Champion, Dr. Dick Barnett, as he presents and signs his inspirational book: THE ATHLETE NEGRO; THE AWAKENINGwhich takes a critical look at the world of Black professional athletes. Continue Reading →

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President Bill Clinton Officially Kicked-off The Inaugural Harlem EatUp! Festival

Chef Marcus Samuelsson Neil Patrick Harris Herb Karlitz_Photo  Credit Getty Images for Harlem EatUp!President Bill Clinton, Founder of the Clinton Foundation and 42nd President of the United States, officially kicked-off the inaugural Harlem EatUp! Festival, Saturday May 16, 2015 in Morningside Park.  Continue Reading →

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NY Knicks Season Comes To A Merciful End

knicks4By Marc Rasbury

As baseball gets underway, I would like to look at Phil Jackson first season in charge of his former team in a National past time perspective. Ok, the New York Knicks are in the process of their third rebuilding plan in five years. Continue Reading →

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