A man found dead inside an airshaft in a Harlem building earlier this week was the victim of a homicide, cops said Thursday.
Federal scientists using sophisticated ground-penetrating radar have bolstered the findings of Bronx schoolkids and their teacher that a long-forgotten burial ground for Indian and African slaves exists in a city park in Hunts Point.
12 Years a Slave, the third feature from British artist turned filmmaking auteur Steve McQueen, may or may not take home all the Oscars next year, but it’s undoubtedly one of the most accomplished and moving films to come along in quite some time.
Signs for Annie is still filming on West 128th Street and St. Nicholas Terrace in Harlem, New York.
Mayor William Bell and the City of Birmingham get ready to open the 2013 Civil Rights Traveling Exhibit, Birmingham: The Movement that Changed the World, in New York City at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem.
Stax Records was more than a music machine releasing hits by the likes of Otis Redding and The Staple Singers.
This movie is based on the best-selling novel of the same name and features David Alan Grier, Wood Harris, Harlem resident Anika Noni Rose, Pauletta Washington, and other notables.
Coca-Cola Winter Wonderland Saturday, December 14, 2013 2:00 p.m.-6 p.m. Under the Apollo’s iconic marquee, Coca-Cola will offer a variety of holiday-themed activities and performances that are free and open to the public.
Christmas is coming early for Universal’s “The Best Man Holiday.” Malcolm D. Lee’s comedy sequel, made for only $17 million, should take in over $30 million at the box office this weekend, wildly exceeding expectations for the Universal film, which were originally pegged in the mid-to-high teens.
TV One announced today on News One Now hosted by Roland Martin that the network has picked up its popular reality series R&B Divas Atlanta for a third season and R&B Divas LA for its second season, both of which are slated for 2014 premieres.
The painting above is “Tuscany Landscape,” from 1965 by Harlem based artist Romare Bearden. Bearden told the story of his childhood through his art.
With manufacturer Magnanni being a third generation, family owned company based in Almansa, Spain – they may better understand the coming together of both the old and the new worlds.
Reverend Gary Davis, also Blind Gary Davis, (April 30, 1896 – May 5, 1972) was an American blues and gospel singer and guitarist, who was also proficient on the banjo and harmonica.
From Columbia University’s graduate historic preservation program to the real-world expertise and insights of the well-schooled docent, Michael Henry Adams is a tireless advocate for preserving Harlem’s architecture as well as its culture.
In honor of the 1 st Anniversary of the Community Matters NYC initiative: Join Community Works NYC, The Interchurch Center, NoMAA and Harlem Arts Alliance at the opening reception for two special exhibitions, featuring a guest performance by Bobby Sanabria & Quarteto Aché.