On Thursday, June 6th, Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, a youth development organization that provides after-school, Saturday and summer youth development programming to young people ages 6 to 18 in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Since the movie Black Panther has sold more in the first 24 hours on Fandango than any other Marvel movie, we had to find out when it’s released in Harlem. Continue Reading →
The Clara Francis Gallery is proud to launch with a solo exhibition of works by Harlem-based artist Haile King Rubie, with selections from his works dating from 2007-2009 and his subsequent “art waves” of 2013-2016, including works on canvas, paper and recycled bottles. Continue Reading →
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