2019 Annual Women’s Jazz Festival At The Schomburg Center In Harlem

The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture today announced its 2019 Annual Women’s Jazz Festival celebrating the contributions of Black women performers across the genre, and featuring both well-known and unsung women performers in jazz today. Continue Reading →

Emma L. Bowen, An Harlem Advocate For The Disenfranchised And The Vulnerable

Emma L. Bowen was a community activist in community health care and fair media. She was an advocate for the disenfranchised and vulnerable. She was one of the co-founders of Black Citizens For Fair Media (BCFM). Continue Reading →

Uptown Rep Alcantara And Others Welcome First Women-Owned Firm Managing City’s Deferred Compensation Plan

To mark the end of Women’s History Month, Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that, for first time in City history, a women-owned financial firm has been hired to manage $100 million of the City’s Deferred Compensation Plan the voluntary retirement plan for over 180,000 City employees and retirees. Continue Reading →

WE Connect Event: Goals To Growth From Harlem To Hollis

Celebrate National Women’s History Month with Women Entrepreneurs NYC (WE NYC)! Join us for a half day event to learn how to achieve your goals and take your business to the next level. Continue Reading →

Divaria Dishes With Ms. Angela Brown: Life, Opera, And YARDBIRD At The Apollo Theater

larry at the apolloBy Divaria

For Women’s History Month, I sat down with my friend, Operatic Soprano Angela Brown to talk about her debut at the Apollo Theater in the opera YARDBIRD, co-produced by Opera Philadelphia. Continue Reading →

One Night Only #BlackGirlMagic: A Celebration At National Black Theatre In Harlem

#BlackGirlMagic: A Celebration, this is a one-night special theatrical event directed by Candis Jones, featuring Jessica Frances Dukes, Shannon Matesky, Nike Kadri, Cherrye J. Davis, Sandra Daley Sharif, Shariffa Ali, and Kim Crutcher at the National Black Theatre in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →