People from Harlem to Havana may have gotten used to the idea that Amazon Alexa is always listening, but they might also have comforted themselves with the thought that no human is.
By Lil Nickelson For more than 25 years, The Brotherhood Sister Sol (“BroSis”) has focused on doing the work that has been changing the lives of Black and Latinx youth since 1995.
St. Ann’s Warehouse and The Walk Productions with Handspring Puppet Company today announced one of the largest public artworks in the city’s history.
Albany Leon “Barney” Bigard, March 3, 1906 – June 27, 1980, was a Harlem jazz clarinetist known for his 15-year tenure with Duke Ellington.
St. Ann’s Warehouse and The Walk Productions today announced plans to bring Amal, the internationally celebrated 12-foot-tall puppet of a 10-year-old refugee Syrian girl, to New York City September 14 – October 2, 2022.
Political unrest, racial inequality, economical distress, homelessness – these and other concerns are social crises that are at the heart of our community and neighborhood.
Harlem Marx Brothers were a family comedy act that was successful in vaudeville, on Broadway, and in motion pictures from 1905 to 1949.
By Jonathan Bowles A month before the pandemic hit New York, my colleagues and I at the Center for an Urban Future published a report urging city officials to make a bold new commitment.
The increased violence and hate directed towards Asian and Asian-American people across the United States this past year is a horrifying reminder of the longstanding presence of racism in the United States.
Black Women will unite to celebrate community, sisterhood and entertainment at the annual Circle of Sisters Expo 2019.
Thanks to the folks at HipHopDX they’re reporting that Big L’s family have launched Big L Life, a new lifestyle and merchandise website created to honor the Harlem lyricist and continue his legacy.
On the October 28, 2017, episode of “Give,” NBC’s reality show highlighting the work of small charities making a big impact, and its first episode to highlight women’s philanthropy, celebrity ambassador and Food Network personality Sunny Anderson visits two New York charities building expansive futures for girls and women.
Ambrosia For Heads reports that on May 30 marked the birthday of Lamont “Big L” Coleman. The Harlem, New Yorker was born 43 years ago yesterday.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs led a standing ovation for his late ‘friend, brother, and artist’ Biggie Smalls on what would have been his 45th birthday at Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards.
Philadelphia native, Troy Adkins, approached New York Fashion Week with a “go big or go home” mentality. On Wednesday, September 14th,for the first time ever, Adkins made history by presenting the first big and tall menswear show to debut during New York Fashion Week 2016.