The Harlem Film Company (HFC) in association with Imagenation, presents a theatrical red carpet premiere of The Patterson: Another Bronx Tale, benefits screening.
The ninth annual Collaborating for a Cure Ladies Luncheon benefitting the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF), will take place on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, at AVRA in New York City.
Motown Gospel celebrates three nominations in this year’s 34th annual Soul Train Awards.
Designer Edwing D’Angelo is extremely proud to announce the opening of his brand new atelier, befittingly named Edwing D. Angelo Atelier.
The cityscape of New York is an iconic American image. Sprawling buildings, bustling streets and flickering lights of city life make it a great place for any brand to make a name for themselves.
The pandemic is taking an unmeasurable toll on healthcare workers. They’re stressed, exhausted, disillusioned, and burned out. Some are crippled by PTSD.
Designer Edwing D’Angelo is extremely proud to announce the opening of his brand new atelier, befittingly named @EdwingDAngelo Atelier.
The Urban Assembly School for Emergency Management (UASEM) will commemorate the estimated 29,000 New Yorkers who have passed away from COVID-19 on March 12, 2021, through a ceremony and memorial exhibit.
Grammy-nominated saxophonist Tia Fuller is more than a talented composer, bandleader, and educator.
By Etu Evans Unbelievably, the Coronavirus has shut down the city that never sleeps!
“Thriver Thursday” is a new initiative from “Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts that spotlights “thrivers” – people who persevere, achieve their goals and even surpass them despite life-altering circumstances.
Harlem resident Roger Jason Stone Jr., born August 27, 1952…
Guest Of a Guest reports that tomorrow, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry say “I do.”
Today marked the launch of Burlington’s 11th Annual Warm Coats and Warm Hearts Coat Drive, hosted in partnership with ABC’s Good Morning America and the national non-profit organization, Delivering Good at Cherry Kids, Inc., 413 East 120th Street, New York, NY.
The Demolition Depot and Irreplaceable Artifacts in Harlem, a modest Harlem tenement building is a unique source of vintage plumbing fixtures, doors, windows, shutters, railings, gates, grills, mantels, stone and terracotta pieces, religious objects and so much more worth millions of dollars.