By Walter Rutledge Jamel Gaines’ Creative Outlet Dance Company is one of Brooklyn’s best-kept secrets. Founded in 1994 Creative Outlet is a dance company, which has performed nationally and internationally, a school that has an outstanding track record of developing professional artists, an Arts-in-Educations programs that has provided arts programming in over forty inner-city schools,…
Melvin Stanton “Mel” Tapley was born in New York on May 29, 1918. In the 1920 U.S. Federal Census, the Tapley family of three lived in Cortlandt, New York at 1105 Park Street. His parents were Harry, a chauffeur, and Louise, and his age was recorded as nine months, which would make his birth in…
Harlem School of the Arts provides a safe space for children after school, and our positive educational environment fosters discipline, creativity, teamwork, cooperation, and self-confidence in each child.
The Dance Of the Village Elders a jazz dance and fitness class located at Harlem Hospital received an early Christmas gift Tuesday evening.
While the atmosphere was festive at last week’s Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater opening night gala benefit at New York City Center, there were some who had serious issues on their minds including ballerina and Harlem resident, Misty Copeland.
By Walter Rutledge President Franklin Delano Roosevelt said, “Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort”. Jeroboam Bozeman is living Roosevelt’s observation.
Harlem World Magazine and InJoy Enterprises, in partnership with the Emblem Health Care will host a Town Hall information session about how the new Affordable Care Act will affect artists (visual, performers, actors, dancers, musicians, designers, etc.,) …
A plan to add three-stories to the home of the Charles B. Rangel Center for Public Service at City College has residents crying foul because the public was never made aware of the addition.
Stax Records was more than a music machine releasing hits by the likes of Otis Redding and The Staple Singers.
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. hopes that his latest PBS documentary, The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., will not only educate the public but also lead to reform in the nation’s public school system.
By Walter Rutledge The Martha Graham Dance Company Fall and Recovery benefit took place last night, Tuesday, February 26 at the Joyce Theater.
By Udo Derrick Salters The legendary Jazz Bassist Ron Carter celebrated a birthday this month. Then after his birthday, gathered with some friends, associates and select media at the Carlyle Hotel to celebrate his new book Ron Carter Finding The Right Notes and announce the beginning of his new Foundation – The Ron Carter Finding…
By Yolande Brener The “7 Up” series started with one documentary intending to examine the state of England’s class system in 1964.
The 85th season of the Martha Graham Dance Company opened with the grandeur and élan the world has come to expect from this modern dance pioneer.
Temika Moore The Philadelphia native whose mentor was George Duke is performing her new single “I’m Not Ok,” from her new “End of Me” (EP) that premiered on BET JAZZ and CENTRIC TV on Monday, September 24th, 2012 at the Shrine in Harlem.