Salters Scene: Harlem Haberdashery 2018 Masquerade Ball (Photographs)

By Udo Salters

It was a cold winter night on Saturday March 3rd, but Harlem was hot with the Fifth Annual Harlem Haberdashery 2018 Masquerade Ball “A Royal Ball in Harlem” benefiting #TakeCareofHarlem. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: Cove Lounge’s 5th Year Anniversary

By Udo Salters

Harlem‘s Cove Lounge celebrated its 5th year anniversary on June 21st, 2017, with a 80s & 90s themed party. Founded by Alyah Horsford-Sidberry, The Cove Lounge almost didn’t happen.  Continue Reading →

Join The Best In Music At The Free SummerStage 2016 In Central Park

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City Parks Foundation is proud to announce the 2016 season of SummerStage, New York City’s largest free performing arts festival, bringing more than 115 free performances to Central Park and 15 neighborhood parks throughout the five boroughs.  Continue Reading →

Figure Skating In Harlem And DWTS’s Maks Chmerkovskiy Wants To Live To 120, Here’s His Plan

Maks001Last year, you may have read the article Salters Scene: The Annual Figure Skating In Harlem Stars Gala by Udo Salters or you watch Dancing with the Stars, you’ve almost certainly noticed: Maksim Chmerkovskiy (simply “Maks” to his legion of fans) is in amazing shape. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Ne-Yo, Toni Braxton And Others Perform At GRAMMY Park Music Festival

grammy park montage1Spring music festivals is in full gear, the Recording Academy, in partnership with Upsilon Ventures, is hosting GRAMMY Park,the first GRAMMY-branded, multiday live music experience. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling

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By Udo Salters

On Thursday, March 3rd, the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling held an open house. The Museum is located on the corner of 155th street and St. Nicholas Avenue in a Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) building.

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