By Lil Nickelson On Sunday, August 13th, 2023, Harlem Week presented their annual A Great Day in Harlem at General Grant National Memorial (“Grant’s Tomb”) located at 122nd Street and Riverside Drive.
On Friday, July 30th, 2021, Seitu was at Great Day In Harlem 2021, rain or shine people enjoyed the event that was virtual and live in Harlem.
Do you and your friends have what it takes to hold the keys to the city?
On Sunday, July 29th, 2018, photographer Seitu Oronde was at the Harlem Week, A Great Day in Harlem event at Grants Tomb on 123rd Street in Harlem, NY.
It will be another Great Day In Harlem when dozens of immigrants will be photographed in front of the Unisphere on Saturday, May 19, 2018, from 8 am to 11 am EST.
Harlem EatUp! and Citi organized the photo last week with 62 chefs, both local to Harlem and those with restaurants in lower Manhattan came together to pay homage to the 1958 photo, “A Great Day in Harlem.” Citi was inspired to create this moment to celebrate their participation in the HarlemEatUp!
It’s Harlem Week! Fun Family Day Filled with activities for all ages – International Vendor Marketplace, Technology Pavilion, Urban Fashion Show, Cultural Showcase, Gospel Caravan, Salutes to Gospel Superstar Donnie McClurkin, R&B Great Eddie Levert of The O’Jays and much more.
HARLEM WEEK presents “A Great Day in Harlem,” the official kick-off to the 41st Annual HARLEM WEEK Festival Hosts Hot Urban Fashion Fusion Showcase.
A great behind-the-scenes photograph of Marian McPartland, Marylou Williams and Thelonius Monk on 125th Street in August, 1958 in central Harlem.
Harlem is one of the most beautiful cities in the Netherlands.
A wonderful period black and white photograph set right in the heart of pre-Harlem Renaissance looking north on 130th Street, and 7th Avenue (now, Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd.), Harlem, New York, 1901.
Happy Mothers Day to all the mothers from Harlem and around the world, without you the world would not be the same with your love and compassion.
She held you in her arms when you were a baby. She took care of you when you didn’t feel well or had a rough day at school. She may even help care for your own kids these days.
Henrietta Vinton Davis, August 25, 1860 – November 23, 194, was an African-American elocutionist, dramatist, and impersonator.
Harlem Shake Holiday Story Time – Celebrate the holiday season and bring the family to Harlem Shake.