Category archives for: Arts & Culture

The Harlem School Of The Arts Rises From The Ashes

The Harlem School Of The Arts Rises From The Ashes

After closing its doors in April, the Harlem School of Arts is actively working towards financial stability.

Stressed? Punch a Panda!

Stressed? Punch a Panda!

Artist Nate Hill wears a panda outfit on the streets of Harlem and invites people to punch him for stress relief.

Deadline Looms for Taller Boricua

Deadline Looms for Taller Boricua

Proposals are due Friday to lease 8,000 square feet at the Julia de Burgos Cultural Center.

Harlem Street Chess Targets Youth

Harlem Street Chess Targets Youth

A long-standing sidewalk chess game across from the Apollo Theater attracts passers-by.

Nathan Foley, Apollo’s New Legend, Returns

Nathan Foley, Apollo’s New Legend, Returns

16-year-old guitarist Nathan Foley has won a record number of Apollo Theater’s Amateur Nights. He will perform at the Apollo on Saturday.

“Franco the Great” Paints Christmas in Harlem

“Franco the Great” Paints Christmas in Harlem

As the holidays arrive, street artist Franco Gaskin is out in the cold making Harlem more festive.

Hispanic Society Appeals for Renovation Money

Hispanic Society Appeals for Renovation Money

The Hispanic Society of America, which houses the world’s largest collection of Hispanic art, plans massive renovations.

Live Streaming Transforms Harlem Hip-Hop

Live Streaming Transforms Harlem Hip-Hop

A new Uncle Ralph show uses Livestream to put hip-hop legends and newcomers on the air.

Old Brewery Boosts Harlem Artists

Old Brewery Boosts Harlem Artists

Chashama’s Morningside location allows Harlem artists to create and showcase their work.

Inwood Commemorates Battle of Fort Washington

Inwood Commemorates Battle of Fort Washington

Inwood turns out for a brush-up in Revolutionary War history.

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