Uptown Bounce: Summer Nights at 104th and Fifth kicks off on Wednesday July 22nd, when theMuseum of the City of New York invites one and all to hustle uptown as Operator Emz & DJ Joey Carvello of Mobile Mondays! spin disco vinyl 45s all night.
Signs of rats, flies and improperly chilled food prompted city restaurant inspectors to shut down Taste of Seafood Friday, according to the Department of Health.
In accordance with Section 25-313 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York, the District Office has been notified that a public hearing regarding the proposed designation of the Mount Morris Park Historic District Extension will be held on Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 9:30 AM.
Built by the Harlem Club in 1889, this is one of most spectacular Queen Anne structures in the city. The Harlem Club was founded by a group of social prominent Protestant men. The club’s failure to expand and admit Catholic and Jewish men (and their money) led to its insolvency by 1907.
The cast of Beautiful – The Carole King Musical, the smash hit musical about the early life and career of the legendary and groundbreaking singer/songwriter, will perform in City Parks Foundation’s SummerStage festival in Central Park for one-night-only.
“Essay” is an exploration, in collage, of the life experiences and memories that were the seed bed for the recreations of Allen Stringfellow’s time. His subject matter encompassed the urban milieu of primarily Chicago’s Black Belt.
By Udo Salters The Apollo Theater and London’s Southbank Centre collaborated to present a four-day Women of the World – WOW Festival in New York.
By Michael McQuillan “Answer your mail.” Mentors taught this as the first rule of politics when I worked in the U.S. Senate for Missouri’s Stuart Symington in the Seventies.
El Museo del Barrio and the Museum of the City of New York present the second edition of Uptown Bounce: Summer Nights @ 104 & Fifth, a FREE joint series featuring musical performances, gallery talks, art-making workshops, renowned DJs, festive summer drinks, local food vendors, and more.
Tongues Untied is a film essay by Marlon Riggs, a Texas-born African American poet, filmmaker, educator, and gay rights activist. The film, which Riggs describes as his legacy, celebrates black men loving black men as a revolutionary act.
The opening was filmed in front of Rector’s Lobster Palace at Broadway between 43rd & 44th Streets.This party is on their way to the Claremont Inn on Riverside Drive, Harlem, New York in 1908.
On June 16, eleven New York high school students from Brooklyn Lab School, Edward A. Reynolds West Side High School and the George Washington Education Campus faced off in “Teen Battle Chef LIVE in Harlem,” an annual cooking competition celebrating achievements of students who participate in the Teen Battle Chef (TBC) program held this year…
For when the One Great Scorer comes. To mark against your name. He writes—not that you won or lost—But how much precious time you spent on patios at beer halls. —Grantland Rice No, we’re pretty sure that’s how that goes.
By Dontré Conerly In a fun-filled, lively ceremony held at Studio XXI in Chelsea, two of New York’s very own were the latest to receive honors this week from the Inspired in New York Series for their many years as innovators and trendsetters in the music and media industries.
Danny Tisdale’s performance installation Transitions Inc., is included in Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art a groundbreaking exhibition and the first comprehensive survey of performance art by black artists working from the perspective of the visual arts from the 1960’s to the present at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA).