No Strings, the only musical for which Harlemite Rodgers Hammerstein II attended Columbia University wrote both music and lyrics, opened on Broadway March 15, 1962.
Growing up in Harlem, Bronx-born actress and singer Diahann Carroll, who made history with the first African-American Tony award in a leading role.
The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed, Diahann Carroll, famously known in her roles on Julia and Dynasty died at her home in Los Angeles after a long battle with lung cancer.
Harlem fave and Mayor David Dinkins has been a member of The Friars Club for decades and is proud to serve as Event Chairman for the August 4th Gala celebrating Continue Reading →
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced today the commemoration of the Juneteenth holiday (the end of slavery in America) with a slate of special encore airings of programming on Friday, June Continue Reading →
Nearly 50 years after Harlem’s Ed Sullivan, wrapped his show, The Ed Sullivan Show’s final episode and charmed TV viewers for the final time on Sunday night June 6, 1971.
Riverside Drive is a scenic north-south thoroughfare from Harlem to Houston.
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