Harlem (NYC)

The fall of the Harlem Club

It was once the powerhouse of black American politics. But a series of scandals among its leading figures has soured Harlem's reputation

Bursting with pride on a Harlem night like no other

It didn't matter that Cab Calloway was no longer around to make the music, nor Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald, or that Sugar Ray Robinson was not to be seen waving from his pink Cadillac after another beautiful performance downtown in Madison Square Garden.