The Harlem Arts Alliance is a not for profit arts service organization celebrating 10 years of service to a prestigious list of members such as the Apollo Theater, the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, Columbia University, Harlem Stage (Aaron Davis Hall) and over 850 more cultural/arts institutions and individuals. The weekly column, Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On the “A” w/Souleo, covers the intersection of the arts, culture and entertainment scene in Harlem and beyond and is written by Souleo, founder and president of event/media content production company, Souleo Enterprises, LLC.
On the “A” w/Souleo: Veteran soul singer, Dr. Mable John’s groundbreaking anti-domestic violence song highlighted in new exhibition
Dr. Mable John was only doing a friend a favor when she agreed to record the anti-domestic violence song, “Don’t Hit Me No More.”
Hennessy celebrates 250th anniversary with art tour and Nas. Antonio “Huggy Bear” Fargas helps inspire Rihanna and has a career resurgence.
New exhibit looks at Baltimore protests following death of Freddie Gray. Emily King talks ‘The Switch’ she experienced as an independent recording artist.
Site of strategic planning for MLK and civil rights leaders joins list of American places in dire need of preservation.
Vivian talks upbeat new album; Apollo Theater celebrates 10th annual spring gala; LGBT Museum announces expansion plans.
A look at Hennessy’s support of African-American community in new doc to be screened June 12 at American Black Film Festival.
Rain Pryor’s world premiere of reimagined show, Fried Chicken & Latkes. Harlem restauranteur plans a comeback via crowdfunding campaign.
South Africa is celebrated for having one of the most advanced constitutions in the world, often cited for its inclusion of protections on the basis of sexual orientation.
In the world of advertising agencies a passionate pitch to a client doesn’t mean that idea will make it onto billboards or television.
TV One’s new reality show follows drama in the lives of black actresses in Hollywood from homelessness to weight challenges.