Cuban President Miguel Diáz-Canel visited Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center to pay tribute to Malcolm X in a ceremony. The event was attended by Dr. Ilyasah Shabazz and other dignitaries.
The two rappers came up early in their careers in Harlem and despite a public split that even spilled onto wax in 2017, the two childhood friends squashed their beef more than a year ago and came together to work on this sports podcast which was free on YouTube and funded by Cam'ron.
A$AP Bari might need to watch his back a bit closer. He was jumped on by multiple people at a New York City park.
This weekend’s highly anticipated Harlem Festival of Culture (HFC) in New York City has been canceled due to the heat advisory the city is currently under. The three-day festival was scheduled to kick off Friday July 28, but organizers made the decision to nix the event out of safety concerns and the advisement of public […]
Yusef Salaam, a member of the Exonerated Five, won his race for New York City Council on Tuesday by a sizable margin. The justice advocate led two state Assembly members Inez Dickens and Al Taylor as well as incumbent Kristin Richardson Jordan with over 50 percent of the vote according to the initial tallies at the end of the evening.
Diddy is about to make a grand homecoming to Harlem. He will be honored with the Icon Award at The Apollo Theater.
Road rage has sadly taken another life. A Harlem man has died due to injuries suffered during an attack by a gang of ATV riders.
Rev. Dr. Calvin Butts III has died at the age of 73 after serving for decades as a pastor at Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York.
AMC Networks strengthened its commitment to the Harlem Festival of Culture with a new multi-year deal. The partnership will see them lending support to screenings, live events, and other programs leading up to the inaugural festival next summer.
The Apollo Theater had a huge night during their annual Spring Benefit raising a record-breaking $3.7 million including a $500,000 gift from Tyler Perry who made the surprise announcement during his acceptance speech.
The iconic late rapper Big L will be honored with a street being named after him in his Harlem neighborhood. The news was revealed through the social media account dedicated to a documentary about his life. The naming ceremony will take place on May 28th.