Archive for September, 2008
When Jaime Escuder, a University of Chicago law student, was searching for a professor to supervise an independent project on prisoners’ rights, he turned to Barack Obama, but not for his politics. As a student in Obama’s constitutional law class in 2001, Escuder was impressed by his teacher’s ability to see both sides of an [...]
Doc Watchers Inc., a member-supported documentary film screening series in Harlem continues its film series with The Pact.
Synopsis: Chisholm â€˜72 – Unbought & Unbossed is a feature length documentary about Brooklyn Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm and her campaign to become the Democratic Partyâ€™s presidential nominee in 1972. Like her, it is fabulous, fierce, and fundamentally â€œright on.â€ Congresswoman Chisholm announced her bid for the Democratic nomination for president in January of 1972 to [...]
Harlem enjoys a rich history of music, culture and community that connects all people from all corners of the globe. Sundae Sermon seeks to continue this tradition with a simple and soulful day of dancing under the Uptown sun. Sundae Sermon is an afternoon in the park of music, dancing,family and community commerce.
Join The River View Players at their weekly art series, Sunday Services, at CafÃ© Largo in Harlem every Sunday afternoon. This Sunday they will screen short films and there will be theater performances. *** Films *** K(no)w De:tales, a 16 minute film by Ka’ramuu Kush A former dancer gambles on a chance at unconventional love [...]
Stop by the Harlem 4 Obama office Saturday Morning to help make signs for the African American Day Parade on Sunday
ALL VOTER REGISTRATION VOLUNTEERS, even those with prior registration experience, should attend a one-hour voter registration training session to be held at the Harlem4Obama office at 2479 Frederick Douglas Boulevard (bet. 132nd and 133rd) at the following times: Friday – 9/19: 7 p.m. Saturday – 9/20: 10 a.m., 12 noon, 2 p.m. After the training [...]
*** * Four Suites of Eros * featuring some of today’s most talented singers, poets, and musicians
Ubiquita NYC is a movement of people from the worlds of art, fashion, film, music and everyday folks who converge around a common love of urban alternative music and lifestyle. This Sunday, they bring Natural Progression to the Harlem Stage. Natural Progression is a three-part series including two dance party installations, tracing the evolution of [...]
The Art of Curves “brought curvy back”, with the unprecedented success of their plus sized fashion show last year. This year, they bring together some of the plus size fashion industry’s top designers as the well as the works of up and coming designers to their 2008 show. The Shop-n-Soiree provides the opportunity to network [...]
The campaign season has begun, and to no great surprise, I’m now a Republican talking point. But I assure you, I’ve brought no dishonor to my family, the Congress, my constituents, or my country. My Democratic colleagues in the House – and, privately, many Republicans – have rallied on my behalf. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and [...]
The River View Players are a group of award-winning performing artists, writers, directors and producers with a diverse worldview. They have partnered with Cafe Largo, an upscale Puerto Rican restaurant/bar to bring a weekly series of theatrical works to Harlem. The series will include artistic creations by local writers, famous and up-and-coming, dead and alive. [...]
K-Swiss and Atmos presents Ko-Operative 8PM – 11PM @ Atmos NYC 203 West 125th Street RSVP – email@example.com