Greetings! As we move into “Our History Month,” otherwise known as GBE’s “Women’s History Month” 2014, Stacey Muhammad, creator, writer and director of the dramatic series “For Colored Boys: Redemption,” has announced that award-winning actor and director Charles S. Dutton ...
Attention to all restaurant and foodservice industry professionals: Make room in your calendars for the annual International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York.
“Layer up! There is ramen to eat!”
Thanks for joining us as we continue our pampering—mind, body and soul—at the Heartland Spa and Fitness Resort, located just 90 miles south of Chicago.
General Motors took time out to educate select members of urban media about Crystal Windham, the first African-American woman to be named director of design for Chevrolet passenger cars and small crossover interiors
Nasheet Waits' ongoing group, Equality, featuring Darius Jones, David Virelles and Mark Helias, will perform two shows on Feb. 28 at at the Cornelia Street Cafe in the West Village.
The Harlem Renaissance was a triumph of art, literature, music, activism and overall expression. But there were others who contributed in their own way to the movement that have been removed from history: white women.
At Tadashi Shoji’s fall show, the audience was lost in an evening reverie, wandering through a Moorish palace.
As an American designer, b Michael’s fall/winter ’14 collection reflects the lifestyle of a modern woman.
Madeline McCray was hooked the moment a friend told her about Bessie Coleman.
Lincoln Center’s Nesuhi Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame has announced this year’s inductees.
Here are some tidbits from two of my favorite animation directors, Chris McKay, director of “Robot Chicken” and box office winner “The LEGO Movie,” and “The Lion King” director Rob Minkoff, whose new Dreamworks animation comedy “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” ...
The Harlem Arts Festival will present the Lynette Velasco Community Impact Award to two recipients at its upcoming third annual gala.
The intimate performance space tucked away on the second floor of the Harlem Stage Gatehouse hummed with the murmurs of a crowd eagerly awaiting the arrival of soul singer Bilal accompanied by the Revive Big Band.
Gregory Thompson Jr. and Davis Shepherd are both members of a group they wished they would never be a part of: Families for Safe Streets.