We want to thank Heather Von St. James, a wife, mother and blogger who writes for the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance, reached out to Harlem World Magazine to bring this important event to our attention.
Today Teyana Taylor premiered her official first single from the Harlem-native from the singer’s forthcoming full-length debut album (coming out soon via Kanye‘s G.O.O.D Music).
From our friends at 135 St Agency the Transformers: Age of Extinction begins after an epic battle left a great city torn, but with the world saved.
On the road for a meet-and-greet with international soccer star team captain Carlos “El Pibe” Valderrama for the kick-off World Cup celebrations on Saturday, May 10 at the Queens Center Mall in Queens, New York.
The good folks at NY Summerstage welcome you to the omnivorous world of the South Central-raised star born, Tyrone Griffin. Ty Dolla $ign has been creating music since he was a three-year old writing lyrics and playing a keyboard.
Using the power of dance to create community, Dances For a Variable Population (DVP), will present three performances of Solstice Steps on the days surrounding the 2014 summer solstice.
Some people are not happy with Diddy being a Howard University dropout and getting to make the Commencement speech, but others say it was an awesome speech and he inspired them with his words.
We recently received an e-mail from our friend D. Downing in Harlem. The e-mail was from Christa, regarding any African American student applying to college this Fall 2014 in the New York or New Jersey area that might be interested in attending Fisk University.
By Ginny Johnson I have a disabled daughter named Sarah, and the experiences that come with that are sometimes priceless. They are the kind of experiences that when you tell them to someone else, they look at you like you’re insane.
“I’m the definition of Half Man, Half Drugs!!! Bad Boy for Life” – P. Diddy
There is a grim mood of outrage in Nigeria, Africa. In northeastern town of Chibok, more than 200 girls were kidnapped from their boarding school dorms in the dead of night nearly two weeks ago.
By Seitu Oronde The 29th Annual Salute to Mother’s Celebration at the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation in Brooklyn, New York kicked off on Monday, May 8th 2014 with all the incredible mothers from all over New York City.
By Ingrid Hadasa The legendary play ‘Dutchman’ opened at the National Black Theater May 3rd to a sold out house. Its revival marks the 50th Anniversary of its world premiere at the Cherry Lane Theatre in March of 1964.
By Souleo Many years ago, if you had asked Arturo O’Farrill to pay tribute to the music legacy of his father, Chico O’Farrill, he would have likely said “no.”