Ecosia, the not-for-profit search engine which uses advertising profits to plant trees, is planting 10,000 trees as part of a partnership with the new environmental documentary.
From writer/director James Gunn comes Warner Bros. Pictures’ superhero action-adventure “The Suicide Squad,” featuring a collection of the most degenerate delinquents in the DC lineup.
Maria Callas was born at 1249 Fifth Avenue and 106th Street in East Harlem, NY on December 2, 1923, was an American-born Greek soprano.
Edward Vincent “Ed” Sullivan, September 28, 1901 – October 13, 1974, was a US entertainment writer and television host, best known as the presenter of the television variety program The Toast of the Town, now usually remembered under its second name, The Ed Sullivan Show.
AMC Theatres including the theater on 124th Street in Harlem feel it’s safe to come out of the pandemic woods and reopen.
BET’s “Holiday Heartbreak,” a delightful romantic comedy starring Harlem resident, actress-model Maryam Basir, premiered on Wednesday, December 16, 2020, at 6 pm EST.
Today BET announces the hosts and Harlem nominees for the “2020 SOUL TRAIN AWARDS” across 12 different categories.
How bad have things gotten for the movie industry? So bad that AMC Theatres (owners of the AMC Magic Johnson Harlem), the planet’s biggest movie chain, says it could completely run out of money by the end of the year.
The Hudson River Park Trust will open Pier 26 on September 30th, 2020, just 30 minutes south from Harlem, the first new public pier to open in the four-mile-long Hudson River Park in a decade.
For the 2020 season, The Trust for Governors Island (The Trust), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) and 18 cultural organizations with space on Governors Island will join forces to host free residency programs.
Rashad McCrorey Business Owner of G. H. Cross Culture/Egypt Cross Culture and Harlemite.
The Irishman (titled onscreen as I Heard You Paint Houses) is a 2019 American epic crime with East Harlem’s Al Pacino, the film is directed and produced by Martin Scorsese and written by Steven Zaillian, based on the 2004 book I Heard You Paint Houses by Charles Brandt.
This unique event, features rarities, 21st century premieres, and well-known works by Harlem’s Bessie Smith, Gladys Bentley, Billy Strayhorn, Porter Grainger and songs popularized by Alberta Hunter, Ethel Waters, and “Ma” Rainey.
Check out Black and Blue a fast-paced action thriller about a rookie cop (Academy Award® nominee Naomie Harris) who inadvertently captures the murder of a young drug dealer on her body cam.
Harlem Stage, the legendary uptown venue that for over 35 years has promoted the creative legacy of Harlem and artists of color from around the corner and across the globe, is proud to present its Fall 2019 seasons of performances.