Dontre Conerly Hosts “Fear No Gumbo” With Director Kimberly Rivers-Roberts At ADIFF In Harlem

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 →

Ailey 2015: Activism Through Art

Jeroboam Bozeman and Chalvar Monteiro in Rennie Harris' 'Exodus.' Photo by Paul Kolnik

Jeroboam Bozeman and Chalvar Monteiro in Rennie Harris’ ‘Exodus.’ Photo by Paul Kolnik

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 →

The Stars Come Out For Tichina Arnold In Harlem

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On Saturday, November 28th, 2015, Harlem World Magazines Arts and culture writer Dontre Conerly got the star treatment behind-the-scene with New York City actress and singer Tichna Arnold Performance At Gin Fizz in Harlem, New York.

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“Love” A New Season Of Complexions Contemporary Ballet

Terk Waters in Strum Photo credit: Nina Wurtzel

Terk Waters in Strum
Photo credit: Nina Wurtzel

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 →

Harlem World Magazine Reading Series, Part One

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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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