Invisible Life: The Close of A Chapter

Published in 1994, E. Lynn Harris’s Invisible Life was listed by the Los Angeles Times as one of the top 20 “classic works of gay literature.” The book’s success launched a prolific writing career for Harris, which garnered numerous awards and pushed 10 of his novels onto the New York Times Bestseller’s List. Harris died…

‘Before You Know It’ At Maysles In Harlem (video)

In celebration of Gay Pride Month Special, hosted by Harlem Sage and Harlem Pride presents the subjects of Before You Know It are no ordinary senior citizens. They are go-go booted bar-hoppers, love struck activists, troublemaking baton twirlers, late night Internet cruisers, seasoned renegades and bold adventurers.

Harlem’s Liya Kebede Designs For Freedom

The fashion industry has teamed up with a charity Born Free to create a collection to wipe out AIDS among infants in South Africa, and Harlem resident and Ethiopian model Liya Kebede, dedicated to maternal health in her native country, has designed several pieces for the collection.

Sheryl Lee Ralph In “Sometimes I Cry” In Harlem

Sister to Sister: One in the Spirit, Inc. presents An Evening of Empowerment with Sheryl Lee Ralph in a one-woman performance, “Sometimes I Cry,” to be held on Saturday, June 14, 2014, at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, in Harlem. 

Harlem Non-Profit Serves African Diaspora

New York City is home to hundreds of ethnic and immigrant groups from around the world, including Africans. But until recently, the African diaspora lacked a center dedicated to their needs, especially regarding HIV/AIDS prevention, counseling and treatment.