White people have found another reason to be upset about black representation. After the premiere of Marvel’s Luke Cage on Netflix, a lot of white fans of comic book series have complained about the show being “too black,” even calling it racist. Some fans (or non fans) took to social media to express their dismay about […]
A wave of gentrification threatens Langston Hughes' house. But a group of Black artists are battling to save the historic house.
In spite of the endless attempts to erase Black history from the American dialogue, there are some truths that won’t stay buried.
Tomás Doncker, internationally acclaimed guitarist, has collaborated with Pulitzer prized winning poet, Yusef Komanyakaa, to produce “Big Apple Blues,” a funky, bluesy portrayal of New York City and all the history it holds. Doncker’s past collaborations are nothing to sneeze at, including names like Yoko Ono and Grammy-winning producer Prince Charles Alexander. Yusef Komanyakaa, a […]
My Twitter: http://twitter.com/JRSportBrief My FaceBook: http://on.fb.me/9X1qpE Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto stopped by the Apollo Theater in Harlem to promote their May 5th Welterweight fight!…
Drake visited the Best Buy in Harlem last night, and thousands came out to meet and greet the YMCMB MC. In addition to signing copies of his brand new album Take Care purchased at the store, Drake took pictures and talked to his fans. Take a look at the thousands of people who stood online […]
H.A.D.L.E.Y. Players, one of Harlem’s last surviving Black theater companies, is forging forward into the future after some 30 plus years. Founded in 1980 by Gertrude Hadley Jeannette, the theater group kicks off its latest season on Tuesday with a performance of “The Devil & Elijah Muhammad” at the Harlem School of the Arts Theatre. “When we […]