John Coltrane and his classic quartet still have unissued music to offer 21st-century listeners.
The sixth annual SOURCE360 Conference and Festival is set for Aug. 15-18 with events happening in two locations in the city.
St. John is the smallest of the three islands that make up the U.S. Virgin Islands. St. Thomas is the capital and there’s St. Croix, the largest of the trio.
Wednesday’s Full Moon in Aquarius anoints the week with a nod towards our universal humanness.
The Harlem Jazz Boxx Series is the most reflective series of jazz in the community on Tuesdays from noon–2 p.m. ($15); and Fridays from 7 p.m.–9 p.m. ($20), at the Greater Calvary Baptist Church, 43-55 West 124th Street.
Whether you are wearing a weave, a wig, or your own hair, your hair is your crown and glory.
Fashion feels almost like the ’70s when there are so many Black designers on the scene.
Newark’s Akwaaba Gallery will a host a reception on Friday, Aug. 16, from 6-9 p.m., for the opening of “Origins: Memories from the Metropolis,” an exhibition featuring 8 artists who all received their professional training in the metropolis of New ...
Moviegoers will get an inside look at the modern American political landscape as director Emily Harrold’s “While I Breathe, I Hope” comes to Brooklyn’s Stuart Cinema this August.
When we meet Carmen Castillo in Margo Guernsey’s “Councilwoman,” she is already a councilwoman, a part-time gig for which she receives roughly $18,000 a year.
When it comes to police misconduct/brutality it is hard to dismiss the image of Eric Garner being taken down in a chokehold.
“One of the things that kids in Cuba do,” London-based artist Jessica Angel explains, “is that within the school system, they regularly have classes in museums.
A Swedish court found American rapper A$AP Rocky guilty of assault Wednesday for his role in a June 30 street brawl in Stockholm, but he won’t serve more jail time.
Last week Harlem Park to Park and their Harlem Local Vendor Program held their first annual Harlem Summer Food Show Gourmet & Specialty Food Expo at the newly renovated Settepani Café.
For some of my Talking SCHOP! longtime readers, you might remember a period when I was on an eating program called The Plan from New York Times best-selling author and former Harlem resident, Lyn-Genet Recitas.