Greetings! We sadly announce the passing of William “Bunny Rugs” Clarke, brilliant lead singer of the classic, iconic reggae group Third World. Clarke passed at the age of 65 from cancer in Orlando, Fla. He will truly be missed. Third ...
Once again it reared its ugly head, despite the fact that the adage says that words will never hurt: A college basketball player who happens to be African-American, Marcus Smart, was verbally disrespected by a middle-aged male, Jeff Orr, who’s ...
Writing and performing group Breaking Walls will honor actress Billie Allen at a fundraiser for their next workshop in Cape Town, South Africa.
Through a joint effort by Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre and Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative, they will host a series of events inspired by the legacy of murdered teen Trayvon Martin.
Greetings! We salute Black History Month 2014!
The Stop Mass Incarceration Network is taking their message to the National Black Theater! Join them February 5 - 10 at 2031 5th Ave in Harlem
As we move into our GBE Black History/African Heritage Month with the extra cold winter season, the 2014 Grammy Awards turned up the heat this past weekend in a star-studded broadcast that featured Jay Z, Beyoncé, Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams ...
On Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m., Harlem’s own Faison Firehouse Theatre will present a special two-hour evening of entertainment to kick off Black History Month
Various Martin Luther King, Jr. Day events are available for people to celebrate his legacy: from a new Broadway play, to documentary, to ballet.
Our GBE “Emancipations Month” spotlight shines on “Friday Night in Harlem,”
New couple alert! It looks like “12 Years a Slave” darling Lupita Nyong’o may be dating hot hunk Jared Leto.
Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen are the best pairing since peanut butter and jelly
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast member started a two-week run on Jan. 13 in the off-Broadway smash comedy “NEWSical the Musical.
Our GBE Emancipation Month bids a final farewell to beloved and brilliant poet laureate of the Black Arts Movement, the late poet, playwright and activist Imamu Amiri Baraka
If you enjoy marvelous theater performed in an intimate setting, then you must make plans to go to see Harlem Repertory Theatre at the 133th Street Arts Center