As New York and city parks begin to open up for concerts and other special events with live audiences, Jazzmobile’s 57th SUMMERFEST 2021 premieres.
As kids and parents continue to navigate and understand the current issues happening in our country and around the world.
The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, NYC Health + Hospitals and AFM Local 802 have launched Music for the Soul of NYC’s Health + Hospitals Heroes.
Ahmir Thompson, better known as Questlove, is set to make his feature directorial debut on the documentary film “Black Woodstock” about the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival.
Just when you thought the outdoor concert season was coming to an end, City Parks Foundation and Capital One Bank will keep the summer vibes going just a little longer.
If you need great travel music on the A train or the MTA check out Pandora, today they released the first episode of the second season of Harlem fave Questlove Supreme.
Questlove and Harlem’s A$AP Rocky give each other a pound at the GQ Men of the Year dinner in New York City.
Now, Blue Engine Records, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s (JALC) in-house record label, celebrates Hargrove’s legacy with the recent release of an unearthed gem from the JALC archives: Roy Hargrove’s The Love Suite: In Mahogany.
By Marc Peoples Happy Summertime Harlem. It’s the time of year to enjoy your time off from school, hang out outdoors with friends and family, and check out those summer blockbusters at theaters.
Harlem Festival of Culture (HFC) – the modern-day reimagining of the groundbreaking Harlem Cultural Festival of 1969 – and AMC Networks.
Luminaries are converging on Broadway to see Michael R. Jackson’s A STRANGE LOOP.
Celebrate Juneteenth in Harlem with a free, outdoor screening of Oscar®-winning documentary Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised).
Hailed as “our most vital public intellectual” (Vanity Fair), MacArthur “Genius” Fellow Ta-Nehisi Coates is no stranger to the Apollo stage in Harlem.
By Glenn Hunter Most of what I learned about the contributions of iconic individuals and institutions of my beloved Harlem Community came from stories told to me by family members and friends who were born and raised in Harlem.
Celebrate Black History Month at a screening of Summer of Soul (…Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised), Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s acclaimed 2021 documentary featuring the legendary 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival in Mount Morris Park In Harlem, NY.