By David Ally A high-school friend wanted to know how I built a multimillion-dollar company. Building a multi-million dollar empire is about learning how to serve people on a small Continue Reading →
The Real Deal reports that Fairbridge Properties bought a 53,000-square-foot office building in Inwood, records filed with the city Tuesday show.
The Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today announced the release of a report by its Office of Labor Policy & Standards (OLPS) titled “The State of Workers’ Continue Reading →
Super Fly is a 1972 American blaxploitation crime drama film directed by Gordon Parks, Jr. and starring Ron O’Neal as Youngblood Priest, an African American cocaine dealer who is trying Continue Reading →
First, the stylish Emperor of Ethiopian, Haille Selassie, toured at the top of the Empire State Building, then Emperor Selassie drove uptown to crowds waving, from apartment buildings to the Continue Reading →
NY Sports Today reports that while the debate continues on about where New York City Football Club will eventually find a home, a stone’s throw from their current home, Yankee Continue Reading →
Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., November 29, 1908 – April 4, 1972, was an American politician and pastor who represented Harlem, New York City, in the United States House of Representatives Continue Reading →
As 13 Beatles Albums and 4 Compilations Now Free to Stream Online this week, we think about the Beatles when they visited Harlem. On Saturday, February 8, 1964, the day before the Beatles’ Continue Reading →
Screenwriter/novelist Michael Idov knows what it is like to live in an authoritarian country without logic, as he chronicled his time in Putin-controlled Russia in a New York Times magazine Continue Reading →
Eat your heart out! Perched high in the sky, between two prominent city parks, Harlem Meer in Central Park and Morningside Park, is this full floor 2,154 square foot penthouse at 321 Continue Reading →
Former MLB All-Star and New York Yankees centerfielder, Bernie Williams, and Little Leaguers® from Harlem, New York, today lit the Empire State Building in red, white and blue in a Continue Reading →
Over the weekend, the Liberty Science Center hosted the Genius Gala 3.0, a star-studded, black tie event hosted by Science Center President and CEO Paul Hoffman and featured guests Will.i.am, Continue Reading →
By Seitu Oronde Cars, cars, cars were in the house from the guests in the space to an old school NY Police car #54 to the new Toyota, Rolls Royce Continue Reading →
By Richard Daub This is part one in a six part series, the remaining five posts will follow every other week for the next two months. They pass by every Continue Reading →
Frank “the Prime Minister” Costello, born Francesco Castiglia; January 26, 1891 – February 18, 1973, was an Italian-American Mafia gangster and crime boss.
Black Enterprise reports that these four men (above) have partnered up to create Harlem Capital, taking on the task of funding black and brown founders, full speed ahead.
First Lady Chirlane McCray, Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, NYC Housing Authority Chair Shola Olatoye and Gabrielle Fialkoff, Senior Advisor to the Mayor and Director of the Mayor’s Office of Strategic Partnerships Continue Reading →
Following on his ambitious plan to mandate cuts in greenhouse gas emissions from buildings, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today the next step in his climate action agenda.
The economic impact of Columbia University’s new Manhattanville campus has meant a big boost for local and minority-owned construction companies, according to data revealed Tuesday.
After struggling to keep up with mounting expenses, a Harlem church is seeking to sell its property to billionaire Moujan Vahdat in a deal valued at $10.2 million.
On a sunny April afternoon, 125th Street is a study in contrasts. Starting on the East Side near the Triborough Bridge, aging industrial buildings and a shuttered Pathmark give way Continue Reading →
The 116th Street crew, also known as the Uptown crew, is a powerful crew within the Genovese crime family. In the early 1960s, Anthony Salerno became one of the most powerful capos Continue Reading →
Yuri Kochiyama, 河内山 百合 Kōchiyama Yuri?, May 19, 1921 – June 1, 2014, was an American political activist.
Crains New York reports that applicants for construction permits on waterfront property can end up waist-deep in bureaucracy, but a new website will help them navigate.
July 20, 2014, three days after Eric Garner suffocated to death during an arrest by New York City police officers for selling loose cigarettes, the Reverend Al Sharpton delivered the Continue Reading →