Robert’s World: The Fabulous Vision Foundation Black Tie Gala 2019 (Photographs)

By Colette Paul

The Vision Community Foundation held its 8th annual Black-Tie Gala at Atlanta City Hall, hosted by Bishop OC Allen III, Rashad Burgess, and Dr. Lakara Foster. Continue Reading →

Robert’s World: WBLS’s Doctor Bob Lee Delivers The Right Medicine From Harlem To Hollis

By Robert Walker

Doctor Bob Lee is one of the most recognizable personalities in the media capital of the world, New York City, and has been a mainstay at WBLS Radio since 1980. Continue Reading →

Robert’s World: An Interview With The Legendary Nana Camille Yarbrough

By Robert Walker

The tag line for Nana Camille Yarbrough‘s upcoming presentation at the world-famous Schomburg Center on February 14th, 2019 in New York reads, “Celebrating Nana Camille’s Journey as an Artist and Cultural Custodian”Continue Reading →

‘Paris Blues In Harlem’ A New Short Film On A Harlem Landmark With A Long History (Video)

By Robert Walker

Nadhege Ptah is a New York-based actress, writer, and director who has been screening her wonderful short film ‘Paris Blues In Harlem’. Continue Reading →

Good Is Not Good Enough, Interview With Harlem Fave Bill Duke

By Robert Walker

Bill Duke‘s career spans almost 50 years, making him a Hollywood icon as both an actor and director. Continue Reading →

Interview: Profile Of Harlem Songwriter Esnavi (Video)

By Robert Walker

Esnavi may not yet be a household name, but people will soon realize that this diva who just performed at Harlem Week 2018 is the face of the future of R&B music. Continue Reading →

Interview: Omelika Kuumba Spelman College’s Drum Major From Harlem To Harare

By Robert Walker

Omelika Kuumba is Spelman College’s Instructor of African Dance Forms in the Department of Dance Performance & Choreography that has been a figurative “Drum Major” for the many students who are touched by her grace, focus and ability to unlock that God-given talent inside each one to achieve a quality of life beyond dance. Continue Reading →