By Divaria For Women’s History Month, I sat down with my friend, Operatic Soprano Angela Brown to talk about her debut at the Apollo Theater in the opera YARDBIRD, co-produced Continue Reading →
Letter from Terri: Dear Divaria, I work in the theatre industry and have trouble focusing on my career and staying healthy and having wellness in my life.
Letter from Ms. Stake: Dear Divaria, Please help. I’ve reconnected with an old college flame who was the first love of my life. After years of being apart, I’ve relocated Continue Reading →
By CC Minton There is nothing like the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Between parties, shopping and spending time with family, I find it refreshing to meet up Continue Reading →
By Divaria Dear Harlem World Magazine reader, I’m writing this letter as the newly appointed relationship and advice “guru,” I use that word gently.The reason why, is that although I Continue Reading →
By Marsha “Dish with Divaria” Thompson We often hear that death is a part of life. I remember a time when people lived to be so old, they would even Continue Reading →
Grab a tea, and listen to Marsha Thompson, Harlem World Magazine’s new relationship contributor and The Danny Tisdale Show host Danny Tisdale.
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