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Premier episode of "Hello Harlem" on Blog Talk Radio hosted by Dee Bell of Uptownflavor.com.
Gregory Porter "On my way to Harlem" 7th Anniversary of www.uptownflavor.com New Life on Lenox Avenue article featured on Blackatlas.com Lenox Lounge controversy Apollo Live on BET Ursula Rucker "Feel Me"
"Hello Harlem" features news and local events from an uptown perspective.
Links to what was mentioned in this episode:
Schomburg First Fridays: www.nypl.org/locations/schomburg
Leslie Uggams: www.leslieuggams.com
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HARLEM BUILDING collapse: Seven Dead and 74 so far. "This is a tragedy of the worst kind because there was no indication in time to save people," Mayor de Blasio said. DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR.....
Four more bodies were found overnight in the smoldering rubble of two upper Manhattan buildings leveled by a gas explosion that injured more than 70 people and spewed debris for blocks, bringing the death toll to seven.
Rescue crews brought in a backhoe and bulldozer and were digging through the debris Thursday for more buried victims as firefighters battled flareups in the wreckage of the two five-story buildings that collapsed Wednesday morning on 116th and Park Avenue.
Author and Harlem Historian Michael Henry Adams, former director of cultural affairs for State Senator Bill Perkins .
Will discuss preservations of historical landmarks with Roy Paul on The Gist of Freedom.
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Soldiers from a 369th Infantry Regiment, nicknamed a Harlem Hellfighters, marching in a feat march in New York City, 1919.
Harlem Hellfighters Homecoming Parade
“Never have white Americans accorded so heartfelt and hearty a reception to a contingent of their black country-men,” the Tribune continued. And “the ebony warriors” felt it, literally, beneath a hail of chocolate candy, cigarettes and coins raining down on them from open windows up and down the avenues. It would have been hard to miss them, at least according to the New York Times, to whom all the men appeared 7 feet tall.
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Harlem Donz Entertainment: DJ Scratch, James Brown Part 1
Meet #TheCypher at the intersection of ARTISTRY & CULTURE as they discuss some of the most pressing issues in our society, nothing is off limits! Also be on watch out for special guests. This week the crew welcomes the heads at urban clothing line Bucaleany. The visionary of Bucaleany, D’landar Jones a native son of Harlem, New York, grew up a middle child in a loving family of six in the rich cultural environment of Harlem’s resurging renaissance. Jones states that “Bucaleany’s birth was inspired due to the need to see change and increased creativity in urban fashion apparel versus the repetitive symbols of wings, skulls and death.” In addition Jones adds, “Our family and company principal of believing in and knowing yourself is an excellent motivation and message of self expression.” It seems that Jones found his voice through the unique expressions of Bucaleany.
Listen to the Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) Blog Talk Radio Show on Friday, June 27th at 2 p.m. (EST) for a LIVE interview with Max Rodriguez, the Founder of the Harlem Book Fair. 2014 marks the 16th Anniversary of the Harlem Book Fair. This year's festivities take place July 10-12, 2014 in Harlem, NY. The theme is GLOBAL I AAM: Expanding Self Expression through the Arts.
The Harlem Book Fair is the 2nd Tour stop of the 2014 Called to Serve: Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) and several CAOT authors/members including Yelva Burley, Mitzi Carrasquillo and Myrlande Sauveur will be showcasing their books on July 12th at CAOT's booth at the Harlem Book Fair. Visit www.2014caot.blogspot.com and click on the "Tour Schedule" tab for more details regarding participating authors from Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT).
Listen LIVE on Friday, June 27th at 2:00 p.m. (ET) at www.blogtalkkradio.com/christianauthorsontour and call (858) 357-8408 to ask questions of our scheduled guest.
Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT)
Bill De Blasio NY Mayor plan to close down Harlem Success Charter Schools. My name is Rosa and this is personal for me because my two now adult children attened NY public schools. We all know the public schools are failing. I took the trip to Albany to stand up for the education my son Daevon is currently receiving. Daevon is a crital thinker, love Science and math thanks to the hard work of the teachers at Harlem Success. The parents taking this trip to Albany all just want choices.
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