Harlem

The stars were out in full force for the 10th annual Apollo Theater Spring Gala in New York’s Harlem community. The event, hosted by Extra TV…

The urban city news source The Verge recently published an investigative report that reveals New York City cops have been abusing social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram to…

Hundreds of dancing zombies are expected to gather near Harlem’s 124th St. and Lenox Avenue on October 31 for a not-to-be-missed dance extravaganza in honor…

Meet Chase Reed, a 16-year-old sneaker enthusiast from Harlem who just opened the world’s first sneaker pawn shop. NewsOne sat down with Chase to learn how he turned…

Constructed in 1934, The Apollo Theater has been the launching pad for musical legends like Ella Fitzgerald, Stevie Wonder and Micheal Jackson. Eight decades later,…

The Affordable Care Act deadline is fast-approaching. NYC-based celebrities and community leaders banded together Friday to organize a #GetCovered tour through three of the city’s five…

ABC’s “What Would You Do?” hosted by John Quinones is known for creating uncomfortable situations with everyday people and capturing their reactions. Last week’s episode featured…

Brandi Johnson (pictured above) was awarded $250,000 in compensatory damages last week, after she sued her boss Rob Carmona (pictured below) over a four-minute N-word…

Sylvia Woods, also known as the “Queen of Soul Food,” has passed away at 86, the New York Daily News reports. The Woods family said in a statement that “Sylvia gallantly battled Alzheimer’s for the past several years, but never once lost her loving smile.” Her death comes just as New York City Mayor Michael […]

Chrisette Michele was seen at Carol’s Daughter in Harlem signing autographs for her new album Let Freedom Reign. Chrisette worked on the project with Rick Ross, Talib Kweli and Black Thought. Check out the pics below: RELATED: Chrisette Michele Speaks About Soul Train Incident & More [EXCLUSIVE] 2010 Soul Train Awards Performances [VIDEO] Chrisette Michele […]

Harlem — Last week, he stormed out of a crucial hearing in Washington and nearly broke down when he was found guilty of ethical violations involving his finances and fund-raising. On Monday, he apologized to his supporters for “the embarrassment I have brought upon you.” Next week, the full United States House of Representatives will […]

A slimmer, sparkling Jennifer Holliday graced the small stage last night to perform a collection of songs for Harlem-based charity, Centre for Urban and Community Services (CUCS). Click here to read an interview with Holliday!