A Walk through a dinner tour with chef Marcus Samuelsson at Macy’s Herald Square

By Albert Trotman

With the holiday season upon us, last week Macy’s Herald Square celebrated their new 8th floor Home Department with the walk through a dinner tour with Harlem’s own, master chef Marcus Samuelsson.   Continue Reading →

Charan-Po-Rantan Debut At NY’s Japan Society

By Albert Trotman and Allford Trotman

On Thursday, October 29th, 2015 the Japan Society presented Charan-po-rantan in concert, Continue Reading →

Graduation Day for the Girls Who Code Summer (audio)

By Diane Allford | Allford + Trotman

On August 27, 2015, it was a joyous day at the AT&T Summer Immersion Program’s graduation and the final project for the Girls Who Code.   Continue Reading →

Apollo’s Behind The Scenes: Women in Hip Hop In Harlem

By Morgan A. Grain | Photographs by Trotfilms

Audience members witnessed something similar to a music, dance and arts reunion between college gal pals—most of the panelists had previously worked or collaborated together at least once—at the Behind the Scenes: Women in Hip Hop career panel presented by the Apollo Theater Education Program. Continue Reading →

Apollo Theater Inducts Billie Holiday

By Albert Trotman

Monday, April 6th 2015 Billie Holiday was inducted into the Apollo Theater’s Walk of Fame. On hand leading the ceremony was Apollo President and CEO, Jonelle Procope. Violinist Kersten Stevens and 15 year old singer Eden Duncan Smith, both performed Billie Holiday’s music under the Apollo marquee. Continue Reading →

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