By Mark Johnson There is a whole history most NBA fans are unaware of. My father was able to share with me the stories of what it was like to be a professional black basketball player in the early days of the NBA, everything from the referees turning a blind eye, to hard fouls, to the long-time kinships black…
Even though the online registration for the free tree giveaway is currently closed, many trees (Eastern Redbud, Flowering Dogwood, Serviceberry and Sweetbay Magnolia) will be available first come, first served.
Okay, you Harlem fans who love the New York Knicks, looks like after a seemingly endless uphill battle to work his way back into the NBA, Lamar Odom is finally seeing a light at the end of the (Lincoln) tunnel.
With a $60 million commitment, team owner James Dolan hopes spending more money will finally yield fewer problems for the moribund franchise. Madison Square Garden played host Tuesday to yet another event proclaiming itself to be moment zero in the renaissance of the New York Knicks basketball franchise.
By Marc Rasbury Last week, CBS aired the 50th Anniversary Special of the Beatles performing on the Ed Sullivan Show and that got me thinking about one of their songs as it pertains to what took place in the world of sports over the past couple of weeks.
Carmelo Anthony set two scoring records last night when he pumped in 62 points as his New York Knicks defeated the Charlotte Bobcats 125-96 at Madison Square Garden:
By Seitu Oronde This star-studded charity event at Espace, 635 West 42nd Street, benefited the non-profit, the Allan Houston Legacy Foundation (AHLF) and sponsored by Sean John Fashions.
Get ready for one of New York’s most colorful and festive parades — as New Yoricans and Haricans celebrate the 55th annual Puerto Rican Day Parade on Sunday, June 10, at 11 am, 2012.
VH1 today announced the cast starring Harlem fave Tichina Arnold and showrunners for the network’s latest scripted series “Daytime Divas,” formerly known as “Satan’s Sisters.”
Greg Marius, the founder of Rucker Park’s Entertainer’s Basketball Classic, passed away today after a battle with cancer. He was 59.
By Dana Smith There is something about owning a pair of Converse that brings a twinkle in your eye and an a swag in the way you walk down any street in Harlem. Boasting of a huge fan following,