Women’s History Month At The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum Of Art & Storytelling In Harlem

Strong Girls & Brave Women is the title of a featured storytelling session and will be the theme through art and stories throughout March as the Museum Celebrates Women’s History Continue Reading →

Oprah Winfrey, Halle Berry, Pam Grier And More Help Brown Sugar Celebrate Women’s History Month 2020

Brown Sugar, the popular subscription streaming service from Bounce, will feature both a curated collection and popular returning titles in honor of Women’s History Month this March.

Harlem Historian Glenn Hunter Talks Harlem Renaissance, Harlem History Museum And More On The Danny Tisdale Show

Listen to Harlem historian Glenn Hunter talk Harlem Renaissance, Harlem History Museum and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.

Broadway Star Carrie Compere Visits Music Students During Black History Month Celebration In Harlem

Education Through Music, a nonprofit that provides music education to 36,000 New York City students, and partner school P.S. 125 – The Ralph Bunche School in Harlem are thrilled to Continue Reading →

Apollo Theater Kicks Off Black History Month With A Free Open House In Harlem

This February, the world-famous Apollo Theater will kick off Black History Month with Apollo Open House: Celebration of Cool on Saturday, February 1st, 2020, from 1 p.m. – 6.p.m., to Continue Reading →

From Weekquaeskeek To “Point Of Rocks,” St. Nicholas Avenue’s Amazing History

Untappedcities.com reports that St. Nicholas Avenue that extends north-south from 111th Street to 193rd Street,  St. Nicholas Avenue is, of course, named after  that Saint Nicholas, 4th century saint, Greek bishop of the Continue Reading →

Central Park Conservancy Launches Outdoor Exhibit To Honor The History Of Seneca Village

The Central Park Conservancy today launched its first major interpretive signage initiative in Central Park to commemorate Seneca Village, a predominantly African American community that existed before the City of Continue Reading →


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