Following the immensely popular Seven Deadly Sins movies—Lust, Envy, Wrath and Greed—Lifetime continues the anthology with a new sin and new movie, Pride: A Seven Deadly Sins Story.
During a recent two-week period, the nationally recognized Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) held a series of performances, unveiled a student art exhibit and celebrated the 2nd annual HSA A-Train Arts Festival.
The Apollo Theater had a huge night during their annual Spring Benefit raising a record-breaking $3.7 million including a $500,000 gift from Tyler Perry.
The Apollo Theater today announced the 2022 Apollo Spring Benefit, the historic Theater’s largest annual fundraising event, will return as an in-person event on Monday, June 13, 2022, with the theme “The Renaissance Is Now!”
Today, City Parks Foundation is excited to announce the 2022 season of Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage from Harlem to Hollis.
Women Songwriters’ Hall of Fame (WSHOF), founded to honor women whose body of work represents the best of the heritage and legacy of modern American music.
By Robert Walker In the movie, “Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn”, we see that the comic book characters each have their special abilities and that one of the characters, “Black Canary.”
Yolanda Wyns, Director of the Music Department at the Harlem School of the Arts was one of three honorees feted at this year’s American Composers Orchestra’s 2020 Gala.
The 3rd Annual 2018 Black Music Honors hosted by television and radio personality Rickey Smiley and Grammy® Award-winner and actress LeToya Luckett is currently airing in national broadcast syndication.
The 2018 Black Music Honors recognized the legacy of Aretha Franklin during the award show taping on Thursday, August 16, 2018.
NY Post reports that Bill Cosby uplifted the crowd at the funeral for Tad Schnugg, the lifelong partner of Tony Award-winning choreographer George Faison, which took place at Harlem’s First Corinthian Baptist Church on Monday.
Ease on down the road to Harlem with a new version of the spirited soul gospel and hip-hop musical based on the beloved classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
By Eartha Watts Hicks “When you release your fears and pursue your passion, doors begin to open,” says Raine Torre, performer and host of Soul 4Real Tuesdays Live Music & Open Mic Night, a weekly talent showcase. Now held at Nabe, a quaint Japanese restaurant in Harlem, her music showcase reintroduces 90s music to a…
By Vinette K. Pryce Forty years after winning seven Tony Awards —Broadway’ s highest theater honor – the first Black musical to claim the distinction eased into two New York City parks for three, free, nights of celebration to mark the 40th anniversary of its historic trailblazing achievements.
The new Southampton African American Museum (SAAM) held a VIP reception and ribbon cutting to celebrate their historic opening.