It’s A Night Out For The Oscars Viewing Party At The Cecil Steakhouse In Harlem

If you and your partner don’t have a thang planned on Sunday, March 4th, 2018, check out the first annual Oscars Viewing Party at The Lounge where you can chill while sipping some Academy Award-themed goodies with DJ NessDigital (pictured) rockin at The Cecil Steakhouse in fabulous Harlem NY. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Chef JJ Johnson To Serves Meal At Food Bank For NYC’s Community Kitchen

Word has it that on Friday, James Beard-nominated Chef JJ Johnson is planned to serve signature dishes from his new cookbook “Between Harlem And Heaven,” for Harlem seniors at Food Bank For New York City’s Community Kitchen. Continue Reading →

Corner Social’s Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration In Harlem

Brighten your Holiday season with the Corner Social’s Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: A Love Supreme, In John Coltrane’s Words (video)

a love supremem screen shotFrom Open Culture on Vimeo, James Cary describes his video creation:

A few years ago, knowing I absolutely adored the John Coltrane December 1964 album, “A Love Supreme” my wife gave me this incredible book by Ashley Kahn : “A Love Surpreme/The Story of John Coltrane’s Signature Album.” Continue Reading →

Charlie Christian, Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonius Monk And Others Live At Minton´s In Harlem, 1941 (Video)

A rare historical performance and recording at Minton’s Playhouse, Harlem, New York, on May, 1941. Continue Reading →

Miles Dewey Davis III, 8-9 Years Of Age, 1934-1935

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Miles Dewey Davis III was born on May 26, 1926, to an affluent African-American family in Alton, Illinois. His father, Miles Dewey Davis, Jr., was a dentist. In 1927, the family moved to East St. Louis, Illinois. Continue Reading →

The Cecil To Close And Merge With Minton’s

mintons1New York Eater reports that the Stylish Harlem restaurant The Cecil will shut its doors at the end of the month, but it won’t be the end of the line for the food. Continue Reading →

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