Skip to content

African American museums are repositories of  black culture. Whether it’s the Civil Rights Movement or the history of Negro League baseball that interests you, you are sure to find a museum that will provide information through archives, genealogy groups, historical societies and exhibits.  The very first African American museum, the Hampton University Museum, opened in 1868…

Read More

Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On the “A” w/Souleo Sometimes all it takes is a title to pique one’s interest and with one such as “Fried Chicken and Latkes,” you’re bound to ignite a few mind sparks. In this one-woman show by Rain Pryor (daughter of the legendary comedian and actor, Richard Pryor) the comedienne challenges…

Read More

Every day, I find myself rummaging through my wardrobe to find pieces that I have yet to wear on the Harlem scene as I hop on and off A trains. If first lady Michelle Obama were to discover this about me she would call me mad. At least that’s what I gathered from celebrated style…

Read More