Why, and how, do you love a city so large, I’ve been asked. Since my first visit, as well as every other proceeding date, New York City’s immeasurable size remains one its most attractive qualities. 356 more words
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Few musicians in jazz history have proven more vigorously productive and resourceful than David Murray. During the past 35 years, from the moment he first visited New York as a 20-year-old student, playing in a walkup loft, in 1975, David has careened forward in a cool, collected, rocket-fueled streak. 134 more words
NEW YORK — New York City’s medical examiner says the death of a 6-year-old Harlem boy has been ruled a homicide.
Zymere Perkins died Sept. 26 after what prosecutors say was months of abuse by his mother and her boyfriend in their Harlem apartment. 86 more words
The Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir will present a free concert Friday, Oct. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Woolsey Hall, 500 College St.
“Listen to the Lambs: Music from the African American Worship Experience” is the title of the event. 36 more words