Harlem’s Hosea Johnson Talks Harlem COVID, Family and Pride On The Harlem World Magazine Podcast

Join Harlemite Hosea Johnson, as he talks Harlem COVID, Family and Pride and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Harlem World Magazine Podcast. Continue Reading →

The Legendary Curtis Knight In The 1960’s Harlem Music Scene (Updated)

Curtis Knight, May 9, 1929 – November 29, 1999, born Mont Curtis McNear, was an American musician who is known for his music, his band and his legendary partnership with Jimi Hendrix. Continue Reading →

Marijuana Legalization Helps Consumers With Chronic Pain, But Over Use On The Rise

Access to legal marijuana is increasing state by state, and now researchers from the University of California at San Francisco are investigating how these changes are affecting consumers’ health reports Consumer Affairs. Continue Reading →

It’s ‘Coins For Christmas’ On TV One For The Holidays

TV One‘s original film Coins For Christmas premieres Sunday, December 16 at 7 PM/6C. The film stars Stephen Bishop (Being Mary Jane), Essence Atkins (Marlon), TC Carson (Living Single), Kelly Price (Saints and Sinners) and Karlie Redd (Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta). Continue Reading →


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