“This event illustrates how tradition and ritual can galvanize an entire country,” said Harlem World Magazine, founder, Daniel Tisdale.
By Yolande Brener The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee: Celebrating Seventy Years of Change and Progress by Harlem’s Yolande Brener, June 2nd, 2022.
By Yolande Brener New Age musician, Laraaji,
By Yolande Brener Savona Bailey was the kid who just wanted to go to museums and art galleries when all her friends didn’t feel they belonged there.
By Yolande Brener The Brotherhood/Sister Sol opened their second annual farmer’s market on July 2nd. Their opening day got off to a lively start with about 15 customers in the first hour.
By Yolande Brener For a documentary about a zombie movie, Birth of the Living Dead is full of life. Packed with archival footage from the 60’s, interviews with writers, filmmakers and producers, and clips from Night of the Living Dead, the surprises keep coming right until the end.
Asali means sweet honey in Somali. Erica Robinson, the founder of Asali Yoga, had a friend create her logo of a bee resting on a lotus leaf before she knew she had a space to open her new yoga studio on 135th Street and Frederick Douglas Boulevard. “I don’t believe you have to get all…
By Yolande Brener In the late ‘90’s, playwright Nigel Barto noticed that a lot of people wanted to tell him their stories, and a lot of these stories were about absent fathers.
“People ask is there any link between the Irish and African Americans,” said Nik Quaife, the director of communications at New York’s Irish Arts Center.
By Yolande Brener The first five minutes of You Don’t Need Feet shows Sidike Conde going through his daily routine, getting out of bed, brushing his teeth, getting dressed, going out.
By Yolande Brener “If it’s your first time, and you’re feeling dizzy or nauseous, congratulations, you’re doing it right,” said Erik Cummings, co-owner of Bikram Yoga Harlem, during my first class there.
By Yolande Brener The “7 Up” series started with one documentary intending to examine the state of England’s class system in 1964.
“Welcome to Harlem is a goofy, spoofy musical comedy created completely by artists currently living in Harlem.
By Yolande Brener After a hiatus of two years due to COVID-19, the Harlem Harvest Festival 2022 organized by Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) is back with a day of family fun.
By Yolande Brener After the Platinum Jubilee weekend finished, I sat in my Harlem apartment and looked at different reports from friends and acquaintances.