To support New York City’s small business-focused economic recovery, the New York City Department of Small Business Services today announced a collaboration.
James Richmond Barthé, also known as Richmond Barthé, January 28, 1901 – March 5, 1989, was a Harlem sculptor associated with the Harlem Renaissance.
The National Black Marathoners Association was named an Official Charity Partner for the 2021 TCS New York City Marathon, taking place on November 7, 2021.
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.
The Schomburg’s Junior Scholars Program and Hip Hop History Project’s first installment of “Going Way Back” will feature Grammy award-winning rapper Big Daddy Kane.
A great behind-the-scenes photograph of Marian McPartland, Marylou Williams and Thelonius Monk on 125th Street in August, 1958 in central Harlem.
By Eartha Watts Hicks We continue with the three part interview with Omar Tyree that started in February during Black History month and now continues in March 2014.
They were a musical group of ladies that had rocked the world with their meaningful lyrics and cool songs.
Curated pick of the latest discoveries, products, destinations, and Harlem happenings. FILM The World’s Best Film Library Like Harlem’s Sammy Davis Jr., kicking the air and taking names! Turner Classic Movies (TCM) launched in 1994, we love them, they are the best classic films of all time from one of the largest film libraries in…
Legendary guitarists Carlos Santana and Buddy Guy and the Jazz Foundation of America’s Vice-Chair and Founding Director Wendy Oxenhorn will be feted on April 14, 2020.
The Schomburg Center’s Annual Women’s Jazz Festival, in honor of Women’s History Month, features some of the best-known and unsung female performers in jazz today.
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture today announced its 2019 Annual Women’s Jazz Festival celebrating the contributions of Black women performers across the genre, and featuring both well-known and unsung women performers in jazz today.
Walter Theodore “Sonny” Rollins, born September 7, 1930, is an American jazz tenor saxophonist, widely recognized as one of the most important and influential jazz musicians.
In this picture book Jazz Day: The Making of a Famous Photograph by Roxanne Orgill, it is aimed at kids age 8 and up, Orgill recounts the history of jazz through a couple of dozen poems — each accompanied by beautiful and happy drawings by Detroit artist Francis Vallejo.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams and NYC Department of City Planning (DCP) Director Dan Garodnick today kicked off the public review process for the “City of Yes for Economic Opportunity” proposal.