Produced by Harlem World Magazine arts and culture writer Claude Jay, join us at for the Rejoice Concert, at St. Paul Baptist Church, Sunday, December 6 @ 3 PM.
Celebrity chef and Harlemite Marcus Samuelsson’s days have been unusually full over the past year, even by his globe-traversing standards.
Richard Parsons, the former board leader of Citigroup Inc. and Time Warner Inc., was named chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation, the century-old philanthropy that’s funded Nobel Prize-winning researchers, helped stave off pandemics and assisted communities ravaged by natural disasters.
Get some tea, and turn on the radio for Harlem man of many lives, former sports journalist, business man and actor Eric McLendon. Eric is a former sportscaster, He has covered all the major sporting events, including six Super Bowls, and has been nominated for three Emmy Awards.
By Souleo While the jazz-fueled heyday of the Harlem Renaissance era has long since played its last note, there are a few places in the historic ‘Black Mecca’ that continue to honor its legacy amid rapid gentrification.
The Harlem World Magazine reader works hard and plays hard, finding the balance in their private of public life can be a challenge. We hope these words from Valerie Jarrett help in the journey: A White House that has a work-from-home policy. A president who leaves the office every night at 6:30 p.m to be…
Harlem loves Judge Mathis, because Judge Mathis shows love to Harlem because of the many events he has been a part of in Harlem. Beginning September 7th, “Judge Mathis,” the nationally syndicated, reality-based court show presided over by former Detroit-area District Court Judge Greg Mathis, will feature a special premiere week of cases with litigants…
There are plenty of books about Harlem’s eclectic music scene that cover the Harlem Renaissance to present day.
1. Langston Hughes’ Harlem Brownstone One of the most prominent figures during the Harlem Renaissance, acclaimed poet and author Langston Hughes resided in his Harlem brownstone, which is located on 20. East 127th Street in Harlem.
The 15th anniversary season of The Classical Theatre of Harlem (CTH) (Ty Jones, Producing Artistic Director; David Roberts, Managing Director) continues with CTH’s free, summer, uptown production of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, presented in partnership with City Parks Foundation’s SummerStage festival.
The belted open front linen vest, with open front, and a removable tie belt is perfect for a Alvin Ailey Summer Gala. The two slit pockets in front Trenchcoat-style flaps in front and back with the neutral color fits in any place like Seven Brown’s new Harlem Skin Center.
Twelve Harlem students who have mastered an eight-week culinary program will put their cooking skills to the test when they face off in Teen Battle Chef Live.
The Harlem Jazz Shrines Festival starts its run in May 2014. The Harlem Jazz Shrines project is a Harlem-wide jazz festival presented in collaboration with Harlem Stage, Jazzmobile, and Columbia University.
Union Theological Seminary announces that Harlem culinary legend Alexander Smalls has joined the Board of Advisors of the Union Food Lab, a recently created food incubator and culinary training institute in Harlem.
On the surface the title of Dianne Reeves’ new album, Beautiful Life seems straightforward enough, but it holds a deeper significance for the singer after experiencing two major deaths.