Marcus Garvey Park Hosting Free New York Philharmonic Festival In Harlem

A new pop-up festival series by the New York Philharmonic is coming to Harlem, bringing music, dance, poetry and art to Marcus Garvey Park starting Friday.

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Redevelopment Set For Harlem’s Legendary National Black Theater Block

A developer filed permits with the city this week to demolish a full block of buildings on Fifth Avenue that includes the historic National Black Theater — but the theater itself doesn’t plan on going anywhere. Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: National Black Theater’s Pop Up Performance On 125th Street In Harlem

By Rudy Collins

On Saturday, June 15th, 2019, the National Black Theater performers (performing “125th & Freedom”) the drums and trumpet slowly played and danced 125th Street from 1st Avenue across to the Westside. Continue Reading →

The National Black Theater Migrates To The Schomburg Center for Research In Black Culture In Harlem

By Rudy Collins

On Tuesday, April 16th the National Black Theater, along with the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture presented “In Perpetual Flight: The Migration of the Black Body”. Continue Reading →

Hang Out With Silicon Harlem From Harlem Week To Next-Gen Tech Conference 2018

Our friends at Silicon Harlem just sent us invites for all of you to their upcoming events and more coming up in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: Lost Tapes of Malcolm X At National Black Theatre In Harlem

On Wednesday, February 21st, 2018, “The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X,” was previewed after a meet and greet with food and drink at The National Black Theater in Harlem, New York.

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City Council Passes Major Legislation To Create Affordable Housing In Harlem And More

Curbed reports that the New York City Council passed a flurry of bills aimed at creating more affordable housing, and preventing tenant harassment, at its final meeting of the year, on Tuesday. Continue Reading →


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