When Antonella Bertello received the call from Aston Martin to partner on a rally to benefit Women’s Health awareness, she didn’t think twice. Continue Reading →
Two little Harlem boys look at the photographer as they stand against the railing in front of an amazing Merchant Mueller Tailor. architectural building somewhere in Harlem, NY, during the early 1900s (we think earlier than listed). Continue Reading →
The Apollo Theater today announced details of its 2019 fall season, featuring a myriad of music, dance, and theater performances and film screenings that expand the nonprofit theater’s role as a partner, commissioner, and co-producer of programming that articulates African American narratives. Continue Reading →
Countee Cullen (pronounced “Coun-tay”, not “Coun-tee”), May 30, 1903 – January 9, 1946, born as Coleman Rutherford, was an African American poet, author and scholar. Continue Reading →
Women make up more than half of the US, but men’s stories still dominate our movie screens. Clearly, gender equality in Hollywood has a long way to go. Continue Reading →
For those spending their summer in Uptown, New York, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy is proposing a singular way to explore the city with the launch of Fly Away with Books.
Photographs by Seitu Oronde
Seitu was at the very elegant 1920s-themed party at the Jazz Age Lawn Party 2019 on June 15 and June 16, 2019, on Governors Island, New York. Continue Reading →