Oprah Hosts First-Ever Father’s Day Special “Honoring Our Kings: OWN Celebrates Black Fatherhood”

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced today the network’s first-ever Father’s Day special “Honoring Our Kings: OWN Celebrates Black Fatherhood” hosted by Oprah Winfrey. Continue Reading →

Food Bank For NYC Tracey Morgan And Others Distributes Gift Bags For Father’s Day Dads

Today, on Saturday, June 20th, 2020, Tracey Morgan, and others assisted Food Bank For New York City to distribute gift bags in honor of all of the fathers struggling during this difficult time. Continue Reading →

Interview: How One Harlem Dad Manages In The Music Industry

By Eartha Watts Hicks, Harlem World Magazine Editor-in-chief

I caught up with young music talent Youngtrell’s Earl Dean right before Father’s Day and his performance at Harlem Make Music Experience 2018 an event created by Harlem World Magazine Rhythm and Soul Radio on Thursday, June 21st 2018, at the Harlem School for the Arts (HSA). Continue Reading →

James Brown’s ‘Papa Don’t Take No Mess,’ 1974, (RLive/Update)

james brown papaHere’s soul brotha number one James Brown‘s hit “Papa Don’t Take No Mess” recorded live on Soul Train in 1974. The song is from “The Payback,” album originally recorded for a rejected soundtrack to the blaxploitation film Hell Up In Harlem. Continue Reading →

JCPenney’s For Dads And Grads From Harlem To Hollis

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JCPenney’s Dads and Grads look book featuring practical and stylish home and human gift ideas for your loved ones or twos in anticipation for graduation and Father’s Day. Continue Reading →

Harlem Wellness Challenge: Harlem Run One-Miler Success

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On Sunday, June 19th, Harlem United and Harlem Run co-hosted the first Harlem One-Miler Run.  The event was held at Marcus Garvey Park to raise funds in support programs and services offered by Harlem United.

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