In this program, Hurricane Katrina is explored as it happened in August 2005. It was a category 5 hurricane that affected New Orleans, Mississippi, Bahamas and Cuba, to mention a few of the affected areas. Continue Reading →
By Dontré L. Conerly
Like so many others responding to the current tensions in our country, the Alvin Ailey company added its voice to the swell of voices demanding #BlackLivesMatter. Continue Reading →
If you’ve seen Tichina Arnold in any of her numerous television roles over the last 20 years (and God help you if you haven’t!), you know she can sing. Continue Reading →
By Dontré Conerly
In its 21st season, dubbed “Beyond 20,” Complexions has crafted an impressive dance program built entirely on love; and their two-hour high-octane program is a kinetic tour de force which explores the full range of the amorous emotion. Continue Reading →
Come and hear these illustrious Harlem authors in three genres: children’s literature, fiction, and poetry.
Come and taste delicious home made treats created by healthy eating advocate, CC Minton, and Harlem World food critic, Miss Lil. Delicacies of the day will include gluten-free non-gmo granola, pumpkin bread, apple bread and sweet potato bread, and hot apple cider. Continue Reading →
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