The 2019 Circle of Sisters Expo is taking place at the Jacob Javits Convention Center Saturday, Sept. 7. Doors open at 10 a.m. and the day concludes at 10 p.m.
There’s something about fall that’s fantastic.
From Sept. 7-8, the Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair will return to the Brooklyn Expo Center for its sixth straight year.
“Moulin Rouge” is a wildly fabulous, sexy, seductive, funny love story! “Moulin Rouge” is an attitude, a way of life! Before the show officially starts the audience is submerged into this very imaginative.
Boo! Mark your calendars for a scary October. The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival returns to bring the best and most provocative horror cinema to local screens across Brooklyn from Oct. 17–24!
Millions of people came out to this year's West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn.
Oprah Winfrey is taking her motivational spirit on the road early next year with an arena tour to promote a healthier lifestyle.
Steel bands and revelers sporting elaborate feathered costumes, Caribbean flags and some rain ponchos marched and danced Monday in a West Indian American Day Parade dampened by weather and awash in cultural pride.
Misty Copeland had the world of ballet standing still, when she made history as the first Black female principal dancer to the prestigious American Ballet Theatre (ABT) in 2015, just months after becoming the first Black woman to perform the ...
Colorful, costumed crowds will take on the streets of Brooklyn as the sound of steel drums flood the streets at one of the largest Caribbean Carnival celebrations in New York City.
EMPD celebrated their 30th anniversary as a group in Crotona Park in the Bronx as part of the SummerStage Concert Series.
Richmond, Virginia, ironically the site of founding father Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!” speech, was for decades, a major hub of the North American slave trade.
Michael Joseph Jackson was born August 29, 1958 in Gary, Indiana.
New York City’s longest-running house band, Harlem’s own Sugar Hill Quartet (with a very special guest) will co-headline While We Are Still Here’s 4th Annual Sugar Hill Music Festival
The 50th Annual African American Day Parade (AADP) is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 15, in Harlem.