Robert’s World: Jordan Walker-Pearlman – A Native Son Returns To Harlem

By Robert Walker

Harlem, New York is undoubtedly one of the most famous neighborhoods in America, and its list of famous visual artists, authors, poets, musicians, thespians, politicians, and civil activists known the world over, is what keeps Harlem’s innovative affluence alive. Continue Reading →

Ross, Rihanna And Others Help Bounce And Brown Sugar Celebrate Black Music Month

Bounce, the first and only multi-platform entertainment network targeting African Americans and Brown Sugar, Bounce’s popular subscription streaming service, will team up for a major Black Music Month tribute this June 2020. Continue Reading →

East Harlem’s Al Pacino And More In Martin Scorsese New Film The Irishman (Video)

The Irishman (titled onscreen as I Heard You Paint Houses) is a 2019 American epic crime with East Harlem’s Al Pacino, the film is directed and produced by Martin Scorsese and written by Steven Zaillian, based on the 2004 book I Heard You Paint Houses by Charles Brandt. Continue Reading →

Sponsored Love: Free Tickets To “Black And Blue” Screening With Tyrese Gibson In Harlem

Check out Black and Blue a fast-paced action thriller about a rookie cop (Academy Award® nominee Naomie Harris) who inadvertently captures the murder of a young drug dealer on her body cam. Continue Reading →

Three Hell’s Kitchen Housewives Mop Up The Mob In “The Kitchen” (Video)

The gritty, female-driven mob drama “The Kitchen,” from New Line Cinema and BRON Creative, was written and directed by Andrea Berloff, who was nominated for an Oscar for the original screenplay for “Straight Outta Compton.” Continue Reading →

The Harlem Candy Man And Rat Packer Sammy Davis Jr. Miniseries Is On Its Way

Last summer Lionel Richie confirmed his production company Rich Lion is producing about Harlemite Sammy Davis Jr. biopic and now it seems as if there is a miniseries for the Hollywood legend in the works as well, helmed by Lee Daniels and Tom Hanks. Continue Reading →