Category: Arts & Culture

Celebrating its 40th year, HARLEM WEEK kicks off this Sunday, July 27th

HARLEM WEEK 2014

Celebrating its 40th year, HARLEM WEEK kicks off this Sunday, July 27th with “A Great Day in Harlem” at Grant’s Tomb on 122nd street and Riverside Drive.  This FREE event features live music, including a Gospel Extravaganza with Bishop Hezekiah

Maison Harlem presents Harlem Bastille Day with Sugar Hill Market this Sunday

Get ready for Bastille Day celebrations in Harlem this Sunday, July 13th!  The french restaurant Maison Harlem is hosting this event, which celebrates the French National Day,  La Fête Nationale in France.  It’s all happening uptown at 127th and St.

SummerStage 2014 in Harlem kicks off tonight at Jackie Robinson Park

The Metropolitan Opera Summer Recital Series is coming uptown for the first SummerStage in Harlem in 2014. Come out to Jackie Robinson Park, 85 Bradhurst Avenue (145 st.) for this FREE event tonight from 7:00 PM – 8:00PM and enjoy

The Classical Theatre of Harlem presents Romeo n Juliet | July 5 – July 27

ROMEO N JULIET

This 4th of July weekend The Classical Theatre of Harlem will launch its presentation of Romeo n Juliet, which will run from this Saturday, July 5th – July 27th.  Adapted and directed by Justin Emeka, this interpretation of the classic

Tatiana Pagés Gallery opens in Harlem with “Thoughts & Senses” exhibit

Tatiana Pagés, a Chilean-Dominican New York-based art collector and activist designer threw a festive opening for her new contemporary art and design gallery, Tatiana Pagés Gallery last night in Harlem.  Located at 2605 Frederick Douglas Boulevard on the corner of