Well-known New York photographer Harvey Stein documents the humanity and spirit of the people of Harlem in 164 beautiful black and white photographs of his new book Harlem Street Portraits taken over 22 years, from 1990 to 2012.
The director of do-little charity Hugs for Harlem was busted for pilfering city funds meant for after school programs — all while playing the juvenile himself, authorities said.
The race for Rep. Charles Rangel’s congressional seat heated up Sunday as a second Harlem preacher threw his hat in the ring.
We’re not sure where he is speaking in the photograph, bu the figure he strikes says it all of Harlem‘s Adam Clayton Powell, Jr..
The Apollo Theater continues its 2013-2014 season with a series of holiday programs designed to celebrate family, culture, music and community.
Benjamin Rucker (1892–1934) was an American stage magician, better known by his stage name Black Herman.
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLWIKZ2BPPI&w=640&h=360] Showcasing the Beauty, Richness, and Diversity of African Culture. 54 Countries. One Continent and the African Diaspora, the 6th Region of the African Union.
The Sugar Bar and the Ashford & Simpson Family have finalized funeral arrangements for Nick Ashford.
Robert Lee Dunham, age 78, died on May 17, 2011 at the New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. He was President and CEO of TCB Management Corporation. In 1972,
On Saturday, October 2nd, Danny Tisdale and Harlem World interns and staff led the Harlem AIDS Blanket workshop in Hotel Theresa Towers with members from the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS an arm of the Abyssinian Baptist Church. The Harlem Aids Blanket is a community-based-mixed-media art project aimed at increasing HIV awareness, and providing…
New Music Picks By HW Music Editor Pro Paul Kim Join Paul Kim, the American Idol 2006 Top 12 Finalist on his musical serenade of love and admiration. PK’s debut international single “Trade It All” is produced by John The XVI. Allow this powerful singer/songwriter to impress you with his seasoned voice and entertain you…
U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel jokingly flexed his biceps when asked about his age and then offered to dance with a female reporter to prove his vigor Thursday as he announced his intention to run for a 23rd term.