Martin Luther King


Salon Series: Celebrating Art and Food with Derrick Adams and Marcus

By | January 7, 2014

Derrick Adams

Derrick Adams’ Head #14 (Photo Courtesy of the Artist)

You’re invited to a one-of-a-kind salon on Wednesday, January  15th at 7pm for an intimate dinner and conversation with Marcus Samuelsson and artist Derrick Adams. The New York-based artist, who graduated from Columbia and Pratt Universities, will be our honored guest at Ginny’s Supper Club to discuss topics focusing on the conversation between art and food. If his art seems familiar, it’s because many of his pieces have been featured at Red Rooster and last week Derrick installed 6 new works in our private dining space. The installation will live with us for at least a year. Read More


‘Feeding The Dream’ on MLK Day

By admin | January 16, 2012

Photo: U.S. Embassy New Delhi

Photo: U.S. Embassy New Delhi

While in some areas of the country, Martin Luther King Day simply rolls by as a day off from school and work, this will not be the case for the city of Granville, Ohio. Instead this small town is celebrating this momentous holiday by participating in the community’s first ‘Feed The Dream’ project that hosts a city-wide food drive for the less fortunate.

When the MLK Day of Service was instituted by President Obama upon taking office, its intention was to increase civic engagement throughout the nation with one of the greatest civil rights activists in mind. The community of Granville took this challenge one step further by rallying together various community organizations to help feed the most discriminated group of our time- the poor. Read More


Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

By admin | January 16, 2012

Photo: Kheel Center

Photo: Kheel Center

By: Melaina Gasbarrino

When we think of Martin Luther King Jr., we of course tend to reflect on all the amazing things he accomplished in his life. Whether it was pushing for the civil rights movement or successfully protesting racial discrimination, he certainly is a man of legends. He had ‘a dream’, and today that dream is ever so vibrant as we celebrate this man.

Martin Luther King Day is, as we all know a federal holiday, which is celebrated every third Monday of January. Read More


Red Rooster Celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. This Weekend

By admin | January 12, 2012

Photo: Scott Ableman

Photo: Scott Ableman

To commemorate one of this country’s greatest civil rights leaders, Martin Luther King, Jr., Red Rooster Harlem is offering a special MLK Weekend Prix Fixe Menu for dinner starting tomorrow, Friday, January 13th through Monday, January 16th.

This special offering includes some Red Rooster and Harlem favorites, like Peanut Soup, Fried Yardbird, and Pecan Pie.  Read More


Favorite Quotes

By mahir | April 2, 2011

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. - Martin Luther King, Jr.


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