A Harlem-based high school squash team will become the first all-Black squad to compete in the national championships.
Celebrate The Apollo's 89th anniversary as Harlem's premiere hotspot for live entertainment by watching these classic music performances.
The 47-year-old star was honored for his “outstanding achievements and enduring contributions” across entertainment and hip-hop culture.
The project was led through the Orlando Magic center’s philanthropic imprint, the Mo Bamba Foundation. Construction for the state-of-the-art basketball courts started in April. The sports facility will serve over 200 children daily.
The New York City neighborhood was the backdrop of Gibson’s coming-of-age journey.
Club Lambda in Brooklyn spotlights the need for queer spaces designed for people of color.
The nonprofit Hit the Books is empowering Harlem youth through education and mixed martial arts.
Fashion visionary Dapper Dan will receive the CFDA’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
A Questlove Jawn, the documentary dazzles viewers in the nearly two-hour exploration into the overlooked festival in the summer of 1969.
The National Basketball Players Association is donating $360,000 to revitalize Harlem’s historic Rucker Park.
A bill has been proposed to award the Harlem Hellfighters with a Congressional Gold Medal.
A collective of community organizations are on a mission to memorialize Cicely Tyson’s life and legacy by renaming an East Harlem street in her honor.
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