Posts Tagged ‘MIST Harlem’

The Harlem Whiskey Festival – A Q&A With Ron Williams

The Harlem Whiskey Festival - A Q&A With Ron Williams

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Harlem has always exuded cutting edge cool. While whiskey has a long history in Harlem it took entrepreneur Ron Williams to create the Harlem Whiskey Festival. On its 2nd year, the Harlem Whiskey Festival is a 2-day, next-level whiskey experience. The festival kicks off on July 13th at Sofrito with an […]


Save the Date: July 12th & 13th – The Harlem Whiskey Festival

Save the Date: July 12th & 13th – The Harlem Whiskey Festival

Harlem is the eternal capital of cool. So it only fitting that Harlem now has its own Whiskey Festival. On its 2nd year, the Harlem Whiskey Festival is a two day Whisky experience that is all about celebrating the cutting edge cool, sophistication and uniqueness that has always drawn people to Harlem. Started by visionary […]


3/05/16: Shop Harlem Live Harlem Lifestyle Expo @ MIST Harlem

3/05/16: Shop Harlem Live Harlem Lifestyle Expo @ MIST Harlem

This is a big deal folks. Vendor fair, panel discussions, music, food and fun for the entire family. Come out to MIST Harlem (46 W. 116th Street) from 11 am to 4 pm for what promises to be an incredible event. The event is free but please register below. RSVP: 3/05/16: Shop Harlem Live Harlem […]


4/12/15: Concerning Violence Screening @ MIST Harlem

4/12/15: Concerning Violence Screening @ MIST Harlem

Right off 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Concerning Violence is a film by Göran Olsson narrating the events of African liberation struggles of the 1960s and 1970s from colonial rule and narrated by Lauryn Hill. As confrontational as it is ultimately rewarding, Concerning Violence is a scathing indictment of past misdeeds — and a sobering reminder […]


Spread Love: Finding Fela In Theaters 8/1

Spread Love: Finding Fela In Theaters 8/1

Fela Kuti was the African continent’s answer to Bob Marley. Fela was an unflinching and vociferous critic of Nigeria’s ruling elites. In fact, he never hesitated to call out the unjust and corrupt rulers by name on many of his classic songs. The powers that be in responded in kind. In 1977, government forces attacked […]


Catch The Film Tey @ MIST Harlem

Catch The Film Tey @ MIST Harlem

TEY by French-Senegalese director Alain Gomis, stars poet, actor, songwriter performer, Saul Williams, who is making his comeback to cinema in this beautiful and poetic film. Since its premiere in Berlin last year Tey has traveled to over 50 festivals around the world and has won over two dozen prizes including the Emerging Masters award […]

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