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Apollo hosts Harlem Healthy Soul Fest

The Apollo Theater recently hosted the third annual Harlem Healthy Soul Festival, building on its role as a community resource and gathering place.

Imhotep's Guide to Black Events 9/01 - 9/07

n celebration of Bill Withers’ recent induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the brilliant iconic song craftsman and soulful vocalist returns for a tribute concert ...

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Fried chicken and super heroes

Saturday, Oct. 3, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., our friends at Harlem Shake NYC (@HarlemShakeNYC) are hosting a fried chicken primer, featuring “The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science.”

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Talking SCHOP! Creating new food memories

Way before it was cool for city dwellers to get in touch with their food and community-supported agriculture popped up, I was taking trips with my elementary school class to orchards to pick apples from the branch.

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Captivating travel stories for the soul

There are all kinds of travel guides out there, for specific destinations, themed travel such as beach vacations, traveling with children, sojourns for baby boomers and the list goes on.

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Spring 2016: b Michael’s styles at Harlem Stage

Fashion is not new to Harlem. In fact, several designers come to Harlem for their style ideas.

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The artful styling of spring fashions

Twelve new and upcoming designers showed their collections during the Art Institutes’s Fashion Week presentation.

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A popular pope

Pope Francis’ six-day, three-city visit to the United States may have either brought divisions closer together or provided the opposing forces enough calm to be comfortable in their separation.

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Camille A. Brown presents ‘Black Girl: Linguistic Play’

Last week, I saw Camille A. Brown’s “Black Girl: Linguistic Play.”

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Tribute for African internationalist Elombe Brath at Schomburg

An international who’s who visited Harlem’s Schomburg Center to pay tribute to global activist and renowned Pan-Africanist Elombe Brath Saturday, Sept. 26.

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150 years of Cedar Fall Baptist Church history

Like most African-American churches that began shortly after the end of the Civil War and slave emancipation, Cedar Fall Baptist Church began as a worship center under a brush arbor, with no formal structure.

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No one seems to be strong enough to break away in NFL East

In the NFL, coaches dissect their 16-game regular season into fourths. Heading into week four, the Giants can significantly alleviate their disastrous beginning to the 2015 campaign and plausibly look forward optimistically with a win over the Buffalo Bills in New York this Sunday at 1 p.m.

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Jets let their guard down, get whacked at home

New York Jets fans converged on MetLife Stadium Sunday afternoon with a new sense of hope, a new spirit of optimism and a renewed vitality.

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No shame, no blame! Liberty season comes to a quiet end

Although the New York Liberty won’t be vying for a WNBA championship this year, it’s hard to criticize a team that re-energized the fan base, fought hard and lit up Madison Square Garden with some of the best play in women’s basketball.

Top high school teams to compete in NYC Mayors Cup Championships

New York City’s top high school cross country teams from the Public Schools Athletic League, Catholic High School Athletic Association and independent schools will compete for the title of Best in the City.

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Two New Yorkers weld new path with steam fitting apprenticeship

Many people dream of changing careers and finding something with more purpose.

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Cuomo helps low-paid workers come out of the shadows

I proudly took the stage at the Jacob Javits Center Sept. 10 with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Vice President Joseph Biden and other leaders to announce Cuomo’s “Campaign for Economic Justice,” which seeks to make New York the first state in the nation with a $15 minimum wage.

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Lyfe Jennings brings that good ole feelin’ right back

It’s official. We’re seeing the pigskin flying officially for three weeks now.

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ABC News reporter renews vows

Emmy Award-winning ABC News correspondent Mara Schiavocampo recently renewed her vows to her husband of 10 years, Tommie Porter.

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15th annual Anti-Corruption Awards honors activists

Richard Kirkpatrick of Harlem was honored at the 15th annual Anti-Corruption Awards sponsored by the New York City Independence Party.


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