Don’t miss out on 4th of July celebrations, free concerts and dance parties, food festivals and even a zombie takeover of Coney Island this week!More
No stranger to good music and food, Richie Notar moves forward with construction on the old Lenox Lounge space in Harlem, which hopes to open this Summer.More
This fun illustrated map by Ephemera Press traces the Queens Jazz Trail, showing the homes of many 1920s jazz musicians and places of interest to jazz fans.More
The Cotton Club might be Harlem’s most famous surviving jazz venue, but it was also the neighborhood’s most notorious especially after WWI.More
Though New York City is far younger than many European cities, we still have our fair share of crypts and catacombs scattered throughout the city. And some of them host unique events, for those who dare. The Church of the Intercession in Harlem, for example, hosts jazz concerts (and more) in its crypt.
The Church of the Intercession …More
The jazz finale of the fourth annual Chelsea Music Festival lit up the first official night of summer, in more ways than one. The “Festival Finale: Music of the Metropolises—from London to Venice via New York,” was held at the Dillon Gallery on West 25th, where the Mexican artist Nacho Rodriguez Bach is currently exhibiting …More
A 1938 postcard from the Dunbar Hotel. Source: Hidden Los Angeles.
An unlikely group – Los Angeles’ senior citizens – are indirectly saving a building that was once the heart of the black community and jazz scene in South Central Los Angeles. Our friends at phenomenal architecture and real estate blog Curbed alerted us …More
Source: Dreamland Orchestra
The Roaring Twenties shift from Long Island to Governor’s Island this weekend with the annual Jazz Age Lawn Party. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 15 – 16 and again on August 17 – 18, just a short ferry ride from 21st century Manhattan, part of Governor’s Island is transformed …More
San Francisco’s Offside celebrates and raises awareness of local talent. The second year of the jazz festival begins today, May 25.More
Harlemites are sure to enjoy the resurrection of jazz and dining at the new Minton’s Playhouse, which originally opened in 1938 and hosted the jazz greats.More
Our curated list of events for this week: Underground Eats Christmas Eve dinner, MAS tour of Rockefeller Center, the holiday train show & more.More
Get lost in Paris Monday nights: wine bars and jazz manouche in the 5ème Arrondissement.More