The Harlem School of the Arts, today announced the addition of esteemed Harlem cultural icon
John Oliver Killens, January 14, 1916 – October 27, 1987, was an American fiction writer from Georgia. His novels featured elements of African-American life.
By Rudy Collins On Friday, March 1st, 2019, City College Center for the Arts presented “Turn the World Around”, a celebration of the music and legacy of Harry Belafonte.
On Thursday March 1, City College Center for The Arts celebrated the legendary Harry Belafonte in Harlem, NY.
The work and life of legendary artist and activist Harry Belafonte will be celebrated during a concert at Aaron Davis Hall on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
Members of the MET Orchestra were joined by Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer at The New York Public Library’s Harry Belafonte Branch at 203 West 115th Street in Harlem to perform a FREE “Musical Read-Aloud” for children and families.
Members of the MET Orchestra will be joined by Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer at The New York Public Library’s Harry Belafonte Branch to perform a “Musical Read-Aloud!”
Mayor de Blasio delivers remarks and unveil a plaque alongside First Lady Chirlane McCray and Harry Belafonte and New York Public Library President & CEO Tony Marx at the renaming of the 115th Street Library to the Harry Belafonte-115th Street Library.
The New York Public Library and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that the Library has decided to adopt a new name for Harlem’s 115th Street Library.
Actor, musician, activist, and humanitarian Harry Belafonte will turn 90-years-old on March 1, 2017. On this occasion, Museum of the Moving Image will celebrate his legendary career as an artist and activist—a little early—on Saturday, February 4, 2017, with a three-film retrospective and conversation with Belafonte’s friend, the best-selling author Walter Mosley.
The American Friends of the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba (AFLFC) will celebrate its 15th anniversary building cultural bridges between the U.S and Cuba at its annual fundraising event A Havana Night Benefit Gala.
Lincoln Center announces today that it will live-stream a special all-star line-up including Harlem fave Harry Belafonte at the Memorial Concert for Pete and Toshi Seeger on Sunday, July 20 at 4:00 p.m. ET.
By Hadasah Ingrid January 31, 2014. At the cusp of Black History Month, the legendary Harry Belafonte and MSNBC journalist and TV host Melissa Harris-Perry sat down to examine the current state of race and black activism at the Schomburg Center for Black Research in Harlem.
Joseph J. Lhota spent the final Sunday of his flailing mayoral candidacy seemingly liberated from the burdens of a competitive campaign.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams posthumously awarded a Key to the City of New York to legendary performer and civil rights activist Harry Belafonte in Harlem.