The late Percy E. Sutton, one of New York City’s most prominent
political, civil rights and business leaders, will be honored at this
year’s Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS), at the Riverside Church, 91
Claremont Avenue, Harlem, from February 7-10.
A conversation with Charles Randolph-Wright is to experience a tsunami
of energy on Black culture and Black theater, and there is a special
surge of ebullience when he talks about his current project—director of
the soon to be previewed Motown—The Musical.
The holiday season is the perfect time to delight the senses with a
culinary experience, and the Black Culinary Alliance's Ninth Annual Global Food & Wine
Experience was an inspiring event where more than 50 chefs and wine
merchants came together not only to present a culinary exploration but
also to support the BCA in its endeavors of fostering diversity in the