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Luz Ceramics @luzceramics.com
Sol Cacao @solcacao
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Thelonious Monk Festival October 25‐27

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This October, join Jazz at Lincoln Center for their fourth annual Thelonious Monk Festival. Throughout three venues, you’ll hear diverse interpretations of music by this genius composer and pianist’s compositions performed by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Russell Hall, Barry Harris, Mike LeDonne, and more.

Thelonious Monk Festival October 25‐27

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Plays Monk
Oct 25‐27, 8pm
Rose Theater
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis perform brand new arrangements of Monk’s music.

Monk’s Dream
Oct 26‐27, 7pm & 9:30pm
The Appel Room
In this one‐of‐a‐kind Thelonious Monk celebration, bassist Russell Hall leads a band as eclectic and full of life as Monk’s music. These performances will be particularly special, as living legend and Monk’s close personal friend Barry Harris joins on piano.

Mostly Monk: Mike LeDonne Trio
Oct 26‐27, 7:30pm & 9:30pm
Dizzy’s Club Coca‐Cola
Featuring pianist Mike LeDonne, bassist Peter Washington, and drummer Lewis Nash.


2018 Weekend Walks Hamilton Heights: A Cultural Feast – Summer’s End, Let’s Dance it Out!

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Inspired by compelling personal recollections from the Oral History Project at the Birmingham Civil Rights Museum, Separate and Equal explores the emotional violence of segregation through the playing of a forbidden basketball game between black and white teens in the pressure cooker of 1950’s Jim Crow Alabama.

Told through a dynamic hybrid of basketball and modern dance and performed to an original jazz soundtrack composed specifically for this production, Separate and Equal follows those on the very cusp of adulthood, not yet consumed by the prejudices of their parents, as they struggle to break free from the repetitious cycle of racism.

Age recommendation 15+

Please note that the places contains profanity and adult themes.

Brianna Thomas headlines at Jazz at Lincoln Center

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Your Special Invitation to A Free Breakfast Town Hall Meeting on Healthcare – “Coming Together For Better Health”

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ImageNation is Building A Tech Village with their Summer Screenings

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ImageNation has focused their Outdoor Film Festival for this year on STEM, its importance in education and how youth are accessing and using it to learn, create and grow. On August 21st, you can join their Kids Night Out screening of “A Wrinkle in Time” Directed by Ava DuVernay and their Black Girl Magic closing night film “Love Beats Rymes. Directed by  RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan and staring recording artist Azealia Banks, Jill Scott, and Common will be showing on September 7th.
During their showing of “A Wrinkle in Time” their tech village will be present. The idea of a Tech Village is an extension of the Wakanda Tech Village for the summer screening of “Black Panther” back in June. Wakanda being an advanced technological society and placing it in Harlem. Featured exhibitors included the Harlem Knights Robotics Team, LatinoTech, A-Frame – NYC & Immersive NYC (both are A-Frame classroom style meet-up groups that specialize in teaching A-Frame) and VR World NYC.
In addition to the tech village, they will also have face-painting, a back to school backpack giveaway by Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and more.




Harlem Pediatrics Associates

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#CoolForSchool School Supply Drive

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The #CoolForSchool #Supply500 initiative aims to help prepare our children appropriately for the new coming school year by supplying five hundred of Harlem’s children with proper school supplies and/or materials.

#Supply500 will be preparing backpacks filled with essential school supplies to #Supply500 kids of Harlem. Local business owners, organizations and leaders in the Harlem area are invited to drop off pencils, pens, calculators, book-bags, folders, binders now through the end of August at:

Harlem Haberdashery

246 Malcolm X Blvd

9th Annual Summer Harlem Restaurant and Retail Week

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It’s that time again!

Harlem Restaurant & Retail Week is back! Enjoy great lunch menus and End of Summer Specials from your favorite restaurants and retailers with two weeks of offerings beginning Wednesday, August 15th through Friday, August 31st!