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Seitu’s World: Uptown Women Business Owners At Alhambra Ballroom In Harlem
Samuel Adams Helped One Harlem Entrepreneur Create Sweet Success
Moikgantsi Kgama Talks Black Panther On The Danny Tisdale Show

Bouchon Bakery & Cafe’s Croque Madame (And How You Can Make It) From Harlem To Hollis

From Harlem to Harare, the Croque Madame, a French café staple, is the ideal quick, savory lunch, and some even say it is the perfect hangover cure. Continue Reading →

Winona Ryder, Elizabeth Olsen, Imaan Hammam And Others In H&M Teaser Gear Coming To Harlem

For Spring 2018 at H&M, fun, feminine and floral-printed pieces take on voluminous shapes for statement-making modern women from around the block in Harlem, around the world. Continue Reading →

Mayors Office Releases First Report To Make NYC The Most Immigration Inclusive City In The USA

Mayor Bill de Blasio‘s Office of Immigrant Affairs today launched its first-ever annual report. MOIA’s 2017 Annual Report, “State of Our Immigrant City,” provides a demographic snapshot of the city’s immigrant communities, the barriers they face. Continue Reading →

NYCHA Facing $25B In Repairs ‘Hitting A Crisis Point’ From Harlem To Hollis

NY Curbed reports that the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is plagued by problems, not least of which is a lack of funding that has hobbled the agency’s ability to keep its hundreds of thousands of apartments in a state of good repair. Continue Reading →

Brewer, Food Bank Celebrate Thousands Of Diapers Delivered From Donation Drive In Harlem

The diaper drive is a non-traditional addition to the city’s many winter donation drives, but fills a real need. Continue Reading →

Brand New GOOD Music Signee Sheck Wes Dropped His Wrestling-Inspired Single ‘Do That’

UPROXX reports that Harlem rapper Sheck Wes was just signed to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music and Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack Records last month, and he’s hitting the ground running with his latest single “Do That.”
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4 Months After Rezoning, East Harlem Stakeholders Remain Vigilant

City Limits reports that last Wednesday, city planners returned to the East Harlem community board to give their first update since the City Council’s passage of the East Harlem rezoning last November. Continue Reading →

Success Academy Claims City Discriminates Against Harlem School

Patch reports that one of New York City’s largest charter schools is taking legal action against the city Department of Education for discriminating against one of its Harlem schools, Success Academy President Eva Moskowitz said at a press conference Monday morning. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: Harlem Haberdashery 2018 Masquerade Ball (Photographs)

By Udo Salters

It was a cold winter night on Saturday March 3rd, but Harlem was hot with the Fifth Annual Harlem Haberdashery 2018 Masquerade Ball “A Royal Ball in Harlem” benefiting #TakeCareofHarlem. Continue Reading →

Runs In The Family, The Keeling’s Setting Records The Harlem Way (Update)

Vogue Magazine reports that Harlem’s, 96, Ida Keeling has a secret because, really, you don’t set the world track-and-speed record for the 60-meter dash without something good going for you, especially if you are, like Ida competing in the 95-to-99 age bracket. Continue Reading →

Bettie “Queen of Pinups” Page’s History In Harlem (warning)


Long before there was Fifty Shades of Grey, there was Bettie Page. Bettie Mae Page was born in Nashville, Tennessee, on  April 22, 1923. She gained a significant profile in the 1950s for her pin-up photos.  Continue Reading →

“Saints & Sinners” Season 3 Returns Sunday, April 8, 2018, At 9pm ET/PT On Bounce

While you’re sitting at home in Harlem, the much-anticipated third season of the hit drama series Saints & Sinners will debut on Bounce on Sunday, April 8, 2018, with new episodes premiering every Sunday night at 9:00 p.m. (ET/PT) through the season finale on May 27, 2018. Continue Reading →

ACS Commissioner And Others Blasts Gov. Cuomo For Capping Child Welfare Funds

NY Daily News reports that a year ago, the city’s child welfare agency was reeling. A string of brutal child deaths revealed serious flaws in the system where caseworkers weren’t following up and the city’s most vulnerable were left in the line of fire. Continue Reading →

Governor Cuomo Disagrees With Parole Of Ex-radical Who Killed Cops In Harlem

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he strongly disagrees with a parole board’s decision to grant parole to an ex-radical convicted in the 1971 killings of two police officers. Continue Reading →

‘Black Panther’ Passes ‘Tomb Raider’ For Fifth Box Office Crown From Harlem to Hollywood

Reuters reports that Disney-Marvel’s “Black Panther” has maintained its momentum at the domestic box office, winning its fifth consecutive weekend with $27 million from 3,834 locations. Continue Reading →

Cuomo Tours NYCHA Buildings In East Harlem

CBS reports that Gov. Andrew Cuomo toured New York City’s public housing buildings Saturday and pledged more state money to fix the “disturbing” conditions. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: Black Veterans Question Military Bases Named After Confederate Soldiers

By Charles Blatcher, III

Statues, monuments, government buildings and military installations are supposedly named in honor of outstanding individuals deserving of the recognition. Continue Reading →

Build Community Involvement Together For St. Nichloas Park In Harlem

Build Community Involvement Together for St. Nicholas Park In Harlem. The event is hosted by Partnership for Parks Catalyst’ and Friends Of St. Nicholas Park.

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Seitu’s World: Uptown Women Business Owners At Alhambra Ballroom In Harlem

On Thursday, March 15, 2018, photographer Seitu Oronde was there to take these great photographs at the Uptown Women Business Owners at Alhambra Ballroom In Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →