Golden Globe-winning actor, playwright, and activist Regina Taylor is partnering with Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) Meadows School of the Arts.
As restaurants came out of the mandatory COVID lockdown, Harlem’s hospitality landscape, while badly shaken, was largely standing.
By Stacy M. Brown Crystal Etienne is a businesswoman, wife, and mother of two children. She’s also the founder of Ruby Love, a $10 million personal care company that she built in just four years.
Howard “Sandman” Sims January 24, 1917 – May 20, 2003, was an African-American tap dancer who began his career in vaudeville.
Leading Young Friends of Save Venice into a new era of charitable giving, philanthropist and activist Lizzie da Trindade-Asher dazzled at the annual Un Ballo in Maschera – Artista e Musa at The Plaza Hotel in New York City.
At Shop Harlem World, we like to think of ourselves as crazy (in a good way) about the stuff we buy (like watches), but as much as we’d like to, we can’t try everything.
OWN has announced that its new original one-hour romantic drama from award-winning producers Mara Brock Akil (“Being Mary Jane,” “The Game,” “Girlfriends”) and Salim Akil (“Black Lightning”) will premiere on Tuesday, June 19 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Bounce, the first-and-only over-the-air broadcast television network for African Americans, will honor Black History Month in February with a compelling programming tribute; highlights include:
With 10 popular locations throughout the city of New York, and uptown in Washington Hieghts, Dallas BBQ offers the absolute best ‘Summer Friday’ venue to relax, relate and release you into your weekend.
On Thursday, October 27, 2016, World of Children Award hosted their annual gala at 583 Park Avenue in New York City.
The Franciscan Handmaids of the Most Pure Heart of Mary, Inc. (FHM), one of only three orders of Black nuns in the United States, was preparing to phase out in 2014.
Harlem man Diddy will start a REVOLT next weekend with the airing of “REVOLT x Coachella x 2014”, which is a special offering of a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the internationally-renowned desert music fest.
Duke Ellington When his drummer Sonny Greer was invited to join the Wilber Sweatman Orchestra in New York City, Ellington made the fateful decision to leave behind his successful career in Washington, D.C., and move to Harlem, becoming one of the figures of the Harlem Renaissance.