Mr. Soul! Ellis Haizlip And the Birth of Black Power TV (Video)

Right on the heels of the Civil Rights Movement, one fearless Black pioneer reconceived a Harlem Renaissance for a new era, ushering giants and rising stars of Black American culture onto the national television stage. Continue Reading →

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Harlem’s Sheck Wes And Nike NYC Editions Debut At Social Studies New York

Baque Creative is pleased to announce that the Nike NYC Editions Curated by Harlem man Sheck Wes – Air Max 95 and Blazer Mid sneakers are available to purchase at Social Studies. Continue Reading →

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Join A Christmas Carol In Harlem

Set in present-day Harlem, this holiday treasure is dramatized with The Classical Theatre of Harlem (CTH)’s signature style of infusing classic works with an uptown flair. Continue Reading →

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Allan Harris, A Nat King Cole Christmas At Smoke In Harlem

Harlem’s Allan Harris, a renowned vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter kicks off the holiday season performing the seasonal classics from his popular 2010 recording Dedicated to You: Allan Harris Sings a Nat King Cole Christmas. Continue Reading →

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Ta-Nehisi Coates In Conversation: A Post Mid-Term Reflection At The Apollo Theater

The Apollo Theater announced today that critically acclaimed writer, artist and thinker Ta-Nehisi Coates and investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones will be in conversation about the midterm elections. Continue Reading →

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Sponsored Love: “The World Is Your Oyster” From Harlem To Hollywood (Video)

“The World is Your Oyster,” you’re going places, but you’re not going alone. Experience the new Lexus RX 350L and RX 450hL, with third-row seating. Continue Reading →

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Public Hearing For Landmarks Preservation Commission’s Designation Of Park Terrace West

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Community Board #12, Manhattan is having a public hearing to Obtain public comment on the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s proposed designation of the Park Terrace West – West 217th Street Historic District located in Inwood. Continue Reading →

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Presidents Move On Local Media And Cable Access Is Bad For Small Business And Consumers

On Wednesday, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer (pictured) and City Council Member Francisco Moya condemned the Federal Communications Commission’s proposal to limit local governments’ ability to use cable franchise agreements. Continue Reading →

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