Recently, the diva soprano Kathleen Battle brought her multi-octave angelic voice to the hip Blue Note jazz club.
What do you get the man who “has everything” for Father’s Day?
Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre celebrated 47 years of keeping soul alive in Harlem with the eighth annual TEER Spirit Awards Gala, held Thursday, June 18 at the National Black Theatre, located at 2031 Fifth Ave.
New York City staple Tomas Doncker has dipped his hands into another fresh and innovative project. In celebration of the release of his new album, “Big Apple Blues,” which he wrote with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa, Doncker is launching ...
With a relaxing vibe in the air, people bobbed, tapped and swayed to Somi’s powerful performance at the River to River Festival last Thursday in downtown Manhattan’s Battery Park.
When the casting news broke that CodeBlack Films, a Lionsgate company, had partnered with Sanaa Lathan to executive produce and star in the feature film adaptation of the “Flyy Girl” book trilogy, written by New York Times bestselling author Omar ...
“What happened, Miss Simone?” asked Maya Angelou in 1970, and that question is now the subject of a Netflix documentary revealing heretofore untold intrigue in the making of Nina Simone.
The New York dance world first knew of Japanese-born fashion designer and butoh choreographer Kota Yamazaki through his collaboration with Germaine Acogny and her Senegal-based company Jant-Bi.
As Frank Sinatra said, “Chicago is my kind of town,” from the people to the sights and, of course, the food.
Whether traveling for business or leisure, it is very important—and often very difficult—to keep fit on the road.
David Tlale launched his brand 11 years ago. A native of South Africa, he showcases his inimitable designs all over the world.
In a collection of Calvin Klein classic clothes for day and evening, designer Francisco Costa finds a way to show a collection that seems timeless.
Vivian talks upbeat new album; Apollo Theater celebrates 10th annual spring gala; LGBT Museum announces expansion plans.
Ayanda Clarke, 39, is a Bed-Stuy native percussionist with a stacked resume.
A trip to Kentucky could not be complete without visiting a house of bourbon, if not the whole Kentucky bourbon trail.