Up Close With CC Minton: Rodney Keenan Milliner’s Castle To The Stars In Harlem

By CC Minton

Harlem, known for its’ renaissance, is also popular for the arts, black culture, The Apollo Theater, and a plethora of fine restaurants. Continue Reading →

Up Close with CC Minton: First Lady Welcomes Young Chefs to the White House

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First Lady Michelle Obama welcomed winners of the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge to the White House Kids’ State Dinner on July 14, 2016. Continue Reading →

Up Close with CC Minton: Band Leader Dannis Winston Visits Harlem

By CC Minton

International Band Leader, Dannis Winston, visited Boys & Girls Harbor to teach the first Master Class ever offered by someone other than a faculty member. The first Master Class of its kind took place on Wednesday, November 4, 2015. Continue Reading →

Up Close with CC Minton: African Health Now Celebrates Gift of Life

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By CC Minton

African Health Now held its “Gift of Life” inaugural benefit hosted by the organizations Board of Directors.  n and took place at Chelsea Piers’ Sunset Terrace on Tuesday, October 20, 2015. Continue Reading →

CC Minton Talks First Lady Michelle Obama On The Danny Tisdale Show

cc minton 2Join CC Minton as she discuss her experience in the article Up Close with CC Minton: First Lady Hosts White House Kids State Dinner that took place on Friday, July 10, 2015, with Danny Tisdale on the The Danny Tisdale Show on the HW Radio Podcast. Continue Reading →

Up Close with CC Minton: First Lady Hosts White House Kids State Dinner

By CC Minton

First Lady Michelle Obama hosted fifty-five young and talented chefs at the White House “Kids State” Dinner. Continue Reading →

Harlem Wellness Challenge: Healthy Skin Is In

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By CC Minton

Living a healthy lifestyle is pretty popular these days.  Eating well and staying active are the most popular choices on the menu. Continue Reading →


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