Misty Copeland And Others At New York City Center Live Home Virtual Programming Announced

New York City Center President & CEO Arlene Shuler today announced New York City Center Live @ Home virtual programming including a newly commissioned weekly performance series. Continue Reading →

Dance Theatre Of Harlem Founder Arthur Mitchell Pioneering Dancer Passes (Video)

Dance God, Arthur Mitchell, who broke barriers for African-Americans in the 1950s as a ballet dancer with the New York City Ballet and who would go on to become a driving force in the creation of the Dance Theatre of Harlem, has died. Continue Reading →

Mattel’s Groundbreaking Hijab Barbie Honors Harlem Coached Olympian And More

Mattel made history on Monday by unveiling the first-ever hijab-wearing Barbie doll. It’s designed after Olympic medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad, an American sabre fencer who became the first Olympic athlete to compete while wearing a hijab at the 2016 Rio Olympics who was coached by Harlem born Akhnaten Spencer-El. Continue Reading →

Keep A Child Alive By Bidding On Unique Items From Harlem’s Alicia Keys And More!

alicia-keys-in-harlemHarlem born Alicia Keys and her non-profit Keep A Child Alive have teamed up with eBay for an amazing auction with memorabilia from some of our favorite celebs. There is something for everyone. Continue Reading →

Misty Copeland In A Ballerina’s Tale / Jeremy McQueen’s The Black Iris Project In Central Park

101215-Celebs-Misty-Copeland-Doc-A-Ballerinas-Tale-trailer-stillIconic ballerina Misty Copeland made history when she became the first African-American woman to be named principal dancer of the legendary American Ballet Theater. Continue Reading →

Misty Copeland Leads List Of Variety’s ‘Power of Women’ Honorees At Ciprani’s

American Ballet Theatre Soloist Misty CopelandVariety, the definitive entertainment industry news source, is pleased to announce the honorees for its Power of Women: New York event to be held at Cipriani Midtown on April 8, 2016. Continue Reading →


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