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Terry Adkins and the Lone Wolf Recital Corps performing at the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, November 13, 2013.
Building a Healthy Black Harlem: Health Politics in Harlem, New York, from the Jazz Age to the Great Depression.
That's the verdict of David Bailey and Bruce Weber, two of the world's best-known photographers, who used the 41 megapixel Nokia Lumia 1020 in a unique collaboration to capture the spirit and soul of Harlem, New York.
World of sport HEAVYWEIGHT boxers Mike Tyson and Mitch Green brawl at 4am in Harlem, New York.
Noah, who was born to a single mum in Harlem, New York, arrived on British shores a little over two years ago after been signed up to play the role of Lt BF Pinkerton in Puccini's Madame Butterfly for Northern Opera.
The Harlem Shake dance originates from Harlem, New York.
Joining Katy on the bill is US rapper and singer Azealia Banks, from Harlem, New York.
It's the answer for 'stuck' classrooms with bored kids and frustrated teachers and comes from an author who left his own classroom in East Harlem, New York to teach a different approach to education.
New York, Sept 1 (ANI): A Hispanic woman, who became a Muslim seven years ago, has said that she faced discrimination from neighbours in Harlem, New York, because she was wearing a hijab.
Patti was born in Harlem, New York, and made her stage debut at the Apollo Theatre at the age of four.
The singer surprised pupils at a school in Harlem, New York, and joined in a routine to Move Your Body, a new song she has recorded for the campaign.
The famous theatre in Harlem, New York helped launch the career of huge artists including Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and the Jackson 5.
The Lindy Hop used to break out whenever people partied, gaining its name when the Savoy Ballroom opened in Harlem, New York.
Although often relegated to the Eastern shores of North America, particularly Harlem, New York, as Laurie Champion and Bruce Glasrud remind us in their imaginatively creative edited collection of writer Anita Scott Coleman's work, the Harlem Renaissance's stirring ideology transcended the boundaries of New York, and can be readily found in the regions of the Southwest.
But after working his way out of the James Weldon Johnson Project in East Harlem, New York, Emir decided the best place to open that store was right in the neighborhood he had come from.