TONIGHT! Homegoing Service of Ms. Catherine Laburn Arline at Brown Memorial Church, Washington & Gates. 3:00p –5:00p: Viewing, followed by 5:00p – 7:00p: Service. Transitionings on Page 11. THIS WEEKEND Saturday, Nov. 1 – 6:00p-10:00p (Doors open 5:30p) – Black
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Text: Bernice Elizabeth Green. Photos, this page: Dr. Olivia Cousin. 1,000 Children, Volunteers participate in day-long community service activities and mighty walk for Nelson Mandela On July 18, people around the world celebrated the life, spirit and principles of Nelson
At the Domino Sugar Factory Thru July 6, Kara Walker’s 75.5ft long, 35.5ft high and 26ft wide “Subtlety”
KaraWalker’s “A Subtlety or The Marvelous Sugar Baby, an homage to the unpaid and overworked artisans who have refined our sweet tastes from the cane fields to the Kitchens of the New World on the occasion of the Demolition of
Photos and text by Bernice Elizabeth Green From its opening credits with Rosie Perez’s brilliant choreography rocking Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power” rhymes and beats to its stunning conclusion, Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing is considered
Clinton Hill’s Jeff Grannum, Jr. is very much “at home” resurrecting lifeless spaces. “As an artist, I’ve grown to love gardening and landscaping because of all the design aspects they incorporate. I guess you can say I specialize
Ed Bullins’ “The Fabulous Miss Marie,” starring Tonya Pinkins and Roscoe Orman, takes final bow this weekend! Tickets Available!
By Bernice Elizabeth Green The 1960’s for Black Americans is alive and well on and off Broadway in three different productions, but it’s “The Fabulous Miss Marie,” directed by Woodie King, Jr. we wanted to see first.
Landmarks Conservancy’s “Sacred Sites Open House Weekend” introduces Ecclesiastical Architecture & Art at Historic Institutions on Saturday, May 17 & Sunday, May 18 New Yorkers travel around the world to experience beautiful religious art and architecture, and some of the
Events: In Loving Memory: Billie Holiday Theatre’s “Maid’s Door” Captures Essence of Universal Story Tickets Still Available for Closing Performances Tonight through Sunday, March 30 The Billie Holiday Theatre’s “Maid’s Door,” with Jackie Alexander directing a stellar cast from a
Voza Rivers, this fourth generation son of Harlem, has committed himself unselfishly as a cultural ambassador of his beloved community. When one Googles Voza Rivers, you go gaga over his multifaceted career, and you will be simply overwhelmed by the
In one fell swoop – some two-hours of “12 Years a Slave” screen time and one phenomenal two-minute speech at last Sunday’s Academy Awards, Best Supporting actress Lupita Nyong’o recalibrated the worldwide view of the black woman cultivated by centuries