Esquire writes that Sylvia’s Restaurant history is long and lauded. It’s been serving soul food to Harlem since 1962, when Sylvia Woods herself started up the joint, and it’s still in the family.
ABC news reports that the FDNY confirmed Thursday that the Manhattan pre-K where a child suffered a fatal allergic reaction after eating a grilled cheese sandwich never called 911.
Brandi‘s little brother, singer, television personality and Harlem fave, Ray J today announces a new $31 million deal securing the launch of his new electronics transportation brand Raycon.
Former New York City Mayor David N. Dinkins was honored with the 2016 Emma L. Bowen Community Service Center Humanitarian Award on Thursday, June 22, 2017 before a group that included young students from the Emma L. Bowen Therapeutic Preschool, who graduated later in the day.
The Harlem Puff Daddy documentary Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story has debuted on Apple Music.
There has always been royalty in Harlem, from Joseph Bonaparte ex-King of Spain and Napoleon’s brother, Lord Viscount, Prince William, King William IV, Lafayette, to Lady Billy Holiday and The Duke of Ellington.
Harlem has always had a love affair with arts and culture, from Orson Welles Macbeth to the Harlem Renaissance. That’s why we love the annoucement today, Lavazza took another major step in its ongoing commitment to helping promote the arts and culture around the world with the announcement of a multi-year collaboration with the Peggy Guggenheim…
Join the world premiere performance of Lisa’s Room: A Dream by Melissa Shiflett, composer with Maggie Finnegan, soprano (pictured on the right), Douglas Anderson will be conducting and producing, and Rie Kano, assistant producer.
As part of its newly established economic justice initiative Now is the Time: Justice for All and a nationwide grassroots campaign, The Riverside Church is presenting a screening of former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich’s Sundance award-winning documentary, “Inequality for All,” on Thursday, February 27, 7:00 p.m. at the Church, 91 Claremont Ave., (bet. 120th…
When the Harlem Renaissance was in vogue at the dawn of the 20th Century, the jazz clubs around Jungle Alley, between Lenox and Seventh Avenue – The Savoy Ballroom, Small’s Paradise, Minton’s Playhouse, Clark Monroe’s Uptown House, The Ubangi Club, Park Palace, Connie’s Inn, and others – were the place to be.
By Keith L. Forest This Valentine’s Day discover the true meaning of love as New Destiny Dimensions Unlimited, presents, I Don’t Know Why He Loves Me.
On Sunday, January 26th New York City Council Member Mark D. Levine (D, Manhattan 7th district) will be sworn-in to office as the City Council Member for Manhattan’s 7th district at the South Hall of Riverside Church in West Harlem.
By Walter Rutledge This weekend dance dominants the art scene. There is dance on the Eastside, Westside downtown and uptown. Here are a few of the many events taking place around the city and in our community.
The month of December “tis the season to see dance”. This weekend is an excellent opportunity to see dance both uptown and downtown.
Tearing Down The Walls by Daniel Beaty at The Riverside Theatre Direction, book, and lyrics by Obie Award-winner Daniel Beaty