By Yolande Brener “If we [women] hold up half the sky, where’s our half the road right now?” This is the question posed by director Kathryn Bertine in her documentary, Half the Road: The Passions, Pitfalls and Power of Women’s Professional Cycling.
Think about the world around you. Practically everything, everywhere that is not found in nature is the product of engineering. There are plenty of rewarding opportunities for you to study engineering and start a career as an engineer.
Morehouse College Glee Club, The Cheyney & Lincoln University Concert Choirs By Claude Jay In less than four weeks most college student will take their finals and those who are seniors will prepare for their big day, graduation. For the seniors, they will come to the end of their undergraduate careers.
Harlmeite and music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs will deliver the 146th commencement address at Howard University next month, the historically black college announced Tuesday, April 15th, 2014.
BlackGiveBack.com reports that Coors Light and television basketball analyst Kenny Smith teamed up to encourage basketball fans from Harlem to Hollywood to help refresh their community basketball courts.
Harlem Rep. Charles Rangel and his chief rival, state Sen. Adriano Espaillat, are running neck-and-neck in the race for campaign contributions.
iFunding, America’s number one real estate crowdfunding platform, welcomes former New York Governor David A. Paterson to its team.
The George Clinton of Jazz, check out our man Christin aTunde Adjuah who closing the distance between acoustic and electric sounds in jazz, Christian aTunde Adjuah premieres his double quartet and their approach to jazz entitled Stretch Music.
Yelp announced today that Java’s Brewing (was names Cafe One) on 1619 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY (b/t 139th St & 140th Streets), in Hamilton Heights in Harlem, New York.
Marcus Garvey: Look For Me In The Whirlwind, the first comprehensive documentary to tell the life story of this controversial leader, uses a wealth of material from the Garvey movement-written documents, film and photographs-to reveal what motivated a poor Jamaican to set up an international organization in Harlem for the African diaspora, what led to…
Alex Bugnon’s 12th and newest release, is dedicated to the greatest village in the world HARLEM, is sure to dispel any notion that he can be musically stereotyped.
By William Gillespie, M.D. If you resolved at the start of the year to lose weight, you are not alone. Each year, thousands of Harlemites and millions of people pledge to lose the weight they have gained over the winter or during the previous year as a way to get healthy and look better.
Rosa Parks’ lifetime belongings continue to sit unsold in a Harlem warehouse. The decades-old civil rights memorabilia, including her Presidential Medal of Freedom and a signed postcard from Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., has been up for auction since 2006.
We thought this story by Chris Smith that orignally ran in the NYMagazine on November 3, 2010 would be informative as we head into the primary elections in June 2014. It’s a campaign-kickoff rally straight out of the playbook: festive red-white-and-blue posters, lapel buttons featuring the smiling candidate, a soundtrack of upbeat and strenuously unobjectionable…
The Harlem-based National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) documentary series, 180 Days: A Year Inside An American High School, which shines the spotlight on the nation’s educational crisis, has won a Peabody Award, the Pulitzer Prize of electronic media.