Nearly 2 million home burglaries are reported in the United States each year, the majority of these burglaries occur in the summer months and the fact that More People Shot In Harlem So Far Then All Of Last Year for 2015. Continue Reading →
Nearly 50 people have been shot in Harlem so far this year, in a spate of gun violence in the neighborhood that surpassed this time last year. Continue Reading →
On June 29th, pre-K waitlists are opening today! The NYC Department of Education is trying to make it as easy as possible for every family from Harlem to Hollis to find a great program and register their child. Continue Reading →
A photograph of the very elegant of Duke Ellington, in this charming signed image reads in his personal inscription, “to the Most Charming Miss Alice Dixon Best Wishes Duke Ellington”, 1930’s. Continue Reading →
While many of New York’s designated historic districts are known for their grand architecture (such as Brooklyn Heights and the Upper East Side), an increasing number of others – including Tin Pan Alley, Flushing, Weeksville, and Chinatown– are famed for their distinctive cultural character. Continue Reading →
El Museo del Barrio and the Museum of the City of New York present the second edition of Uptown Bounce: Summer Nights @ 104 & Fifth, a FREE joint series featuring musical performances, gallery talks, art-making workshops, renowned DJs, festive summer drinks, local food vendors, and more. Continue Reading →
Tongues Untied is a film essay by Marlon Riggs, a Texas-born African American poet, filmmaker, educator, and gay rights activist. The film, which Riggs describes as his legacy, celebrates black men loving black men as a revolutionary act. Continue Reading →
Join the ImageNation Outdoor Festival 2015 for the free viewing of the film Half of a Yellow Sun with a music performance by Les Nubians and DJ Eddie Ed.