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The Stars Come Out For Tichina Arnold In Harlem

dontre conerly and tichina arnold in harlem

On Saturday, November 28th, 2015, Harlem World Magazines Arts and culture writer Dontre Conerly got the star treatment behind-the-scene with New York City actress and singer Tichna Arnold Performance At Gin Fizz in Harlem, New York.

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Mayor de Blasio Promotes Smoother F.D.R. Drive From Harlem To Hollis

fdr drive workNY Times reports that a few months after moving into Gracie Mansion, Mayor Bill de Blasio approached his transportation commissioner with a question: How do we fix the Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive? Continue Reading →

NYC’s Central Park Conservancy Loses Millions

central-park-conservancy-600Brandchannel reports that it cost $65 million each year to keep New York’s Central Park running—a lot of money that nonprofit Central Park Conservancy has to come up with each year. Continue Reading →

Harlem Artist Paul Meltsner, New York 1905–1966

Paul Meltsne3Paul Raphael Meltsner (1905–1966) was an American artist who was widely recognized for his Works Progress Administration (WPA) era paintings and lithographs, and who was later known for his iconic portraits of celebrities in the performing arts. Continue Reading →

NYC First U.S. City To Require Sodium Limits

Is-sodium-reduction-falling-down-the-food-policy-agendaThe Health Department’s sodium warning requirement goes into effect tomorrow Tuesday, December 1, 2015. Food service establishments from Harlem to Hollis in New York City that are part of chains with 15 or more locations nationwide will be required to post icons next to items with 2,300 milligrams or more of sodium – the total recommended daily limit. Continue Reading →

Gale Brewer Reports On No Vote To Mayor de Blasio’s Zoning Proposals

gale BrewerAt a special meeting Monday morning, the Manhattan Borough Board formally voted to deny its approval to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Zoning for Quality & Affordability (ZQA) and Mandatory Inclusionary Housing (MIH) Zoning proposals unless a range of outstanding major concerns are addressed. Continue Reading →

An American Apparel Store Closes On Upper Manhattan

amrican apparel closes in upper west sideAfter filing for bankruptcy back in October, American Apparel has been quietly but quickly closing selected stores throughout the city. The most recent shuttering happened at their iconic Lower East Side location, and now the trendy basics brand has cleared out another Upper West Side location, this time at 109th Street and Columbus Avenue. Continue Reading →

On World AIDS Day, New Yorkers to Get Tested for HIV

hiv tested in harlemTo honor World AIDS Day tomorrow, NYC Health + Hospitals is reminding New Yorkers to prioritize their health by getting an HIV test. According to City health officials there are over 118,000 New Yorkers living with HIV, with some remaining unaware of their status. Continue Reading →

Vy Higginsen’s Gospel for Teens Choir At The Marcus Garvey Park Alliance

vy higginson choirVy Higginsen’s Gospel for Teens Choir is a nationally recognized and award-winning ensemble. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Richard “Boss Croker “Croker, Sr., NY, 1843 – 1922

800px-Richard_Croker_-_Bain_portrait2Richard Croker, Sr. (November 24, 1843 – April 29, 1922), known as “Boss Croker” was an Irish-American politician, a leader of New York City’s Tammany Hall from Harlem.. Continue Reading →