By CC Minton We Run Harlem! It’s like a mantra in motion. You see them running the streets, sprinting through parks and even darting between cars.
Returning for its ninth year, Make Music New York will celebrate music on a grand scale with a mix of over 1,000 free, outdoor concerts throughout all five boroughs on Sunday, June 21, the first day of summer.
Join CCCADI for our 2015 showcase “Dear Diaspora”, a culminating celebration of the achievements of our brilliant students and teaching artists in our Prek-12 arts-in-ed program, T.L.C.: Touching Living Culture.
June 19 is World Sickle Cell Awareness Day. From Harlem to Hollywood this is an important time to learn the facts about sickle cell disease including signs and symptoms, as well as treatment options.
Nickelodeon and NBA Superstar and Harlmeite Carmelo Anthony today announced plans for a partnership to create Turtles by Melo, a brand-new consumer products line inspired by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles hit franchise.
The occasion of this tribute to Lena Horne is to continue to plant the cultural and historical seeds of awareness, through the remembrance and homage to Lena Mary Calhoun Horne during the month of her birth (b. June thirtieth, 1917), 97 years ago in Brooklyn, NY.
Care for the Homeless, New York’s oldest and largest provider of health care services exclusively to homeless New Yorkers of all ages, is holding its Second Annual “Summer Solstice Success Celebration” to celebrate success stories of currently or formerly homeless New Yorkers on June 22.
The 19th annual American Black Film Festival (ABFF) opens with the premier of DOPE, with a Harlem team of co-executive producer Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, musician and actor A$AP Rocky, and the evening will be hosted by living legend Doug E. Fresh.
Source magazine in an interview with Harlem’s Dave East described Joey Bada$$ as “a new age rapper … bringing in their own style while staying true to the original New York sound…”
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Counsel to Mayor and M/WBE Director Maya Wiley, Contract Services Director Lisette Camilo, Senior Advisor to the Mayor Bill Goldstein, and School Construction Authority President Lorraine Grillo,…
The black clergymen who had been summoned to Harlem’s Mount Olivet Baptist Church for an emergency meeting on the morning of Monday 10 September 1906, arrived in a state of outrage.
The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of the City of New York: A History, written by Polly Guerin, engagingly details the 230 year-old history of the organization, and explores how The General Society’s significant past is interwoven with the development of New York City.
Schomburg Education, in partnership with Community Works, presents a family event to celebrate diverse books in conjunction with our exhibition, Curators’ Choice: Black Life Matters.
By Marc Rasbury In a time when folks are asking where are all of the African-American fathers, you can look at the 2015 NBA Finals to see many proud dads celebrating their offspring’s accomplishments as well basking in the glow of fatherhood.
Harlem Days Harlem Nights, First Thursdays! – Jun 4th (and every first Thursday of the month) enjoy arts, culture and entertainment, Harlem style.