Halima Aliko Dangote who was recently appointed the president of the Africa Center in New York City will hold an online press conference Thursday as part of her with the major Continue Reading →
Metro Us reports that residents at the mammoth West Harlem apartment complex have suffered through a Dickensian winter.
A 68-story rental tower by real estate investment firm AvalonBay Communities could soon be on the verge of construction in East Harlem.
Police are searching for two home invasion suspects they say pistol-whipped a man in front of a woman and her two children in Harlem.
Registration is available for two youth Track & Field programs. Both programs are free and include the use of equipment.
NYC Health + Hospitals is hosting “Immigrant Health Care Rights” panel discussions to help educate immigrant communities and provide access to information and resources.
After being promoted to managing directors of New York City sales at the beginning of the year, Jason Meister and Marion Jones have forged a team that they hope will Continue Reading →
Columbia University’s Manhattanville Campus is moving along swimmingly with the new arts center, adjacent to the recently opened Jerome L. Greene Science Center, just a month away from opening.
If you haven’t heard Sean “Diddy” Combs, fed up with the failing education system, decided to do something and too matters into his own hands and founded the Capital Prep Continue Reading →
Charter Communications is joining with the Harlem Educational Activities Fund (HAEF) to open a Spectrum Learning Lab at HEAF’s main program site, located at 2090 Seventh Ave. in Manhattan.