Rest In Peace Arthur McGee The Grandfather Of Fashion Designers Of Color (Video)

By B Michael

Considered the grandfather of fashion designers of color, Arthur McGee got his start in fashion after entering a contest for a scholarship to Traphagen School of Design in New York. Continue Reading →

Ephraim Sykes “Aint Too Proud” To Talk About His Tempting Temptations At BUILD

Aint Too Proud” is the electrifying new musical that follows The Temptations‘ extraordinary journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Continue Reading →

Verizon Texting Outages Hit Parts Of The USA From Harlem To Huntsville, Alabama

Verizon customers from Harlem To Huntsville, AL had trouble sending and receiving text messages Tuesday morning due to a service outage, the telecommunications company announced. Continue Reading →

Shinola Hotel Brings Some Serious Harlem Style To Detroit

Detroit takes another step in its version of Harlem style. While it’s no longer the thriving Motor City of the early 20th century, it’s not the abandoned downtown of a few decades ago either. Continue Reading →

Ed’s World: Exclusive At The Aretha Franklin Memorial In Detroit (Photographs)

Photographs by Ed Davila

On Saturday, August 31st, 2018, Ed Davila, Harlem World Magazine advisory board member and Harlemite was at the Aretha Franklin “Queen of Soul” Forever Rest In RESPECT! Memorial In Detroit, MI.

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Exclusive: Harlem’s Cicely Tyson’s Haute Style At Aretha Franklin’s Funeral

Harlem-based B Michael‘s statement on the hat of Harlem’s Cicely Tyson wore to Aretha Franklin‘s funeral in Detroit on Friday, August 31st, 2018. Continue Reading →

Figure Skating In Harlem Opening Doors In Detroit

When Sharon Cohen created Figure Skating in Harlem 21 years ago, she understood it would take baby steps to succeed sources say. Continue Reading →

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