Kicking off CoinDesk’s annual flagship Consensus conference as the opening keynote, NYCEDC President and CEO James Patchett today announced plans to plant a flag in New York City’s growing blockchain Continue Reading →
On Friday, May 4, 2018, photographer Seitu Oronde was at the Small Business Expo 2018 at Jacob Javits in New York, NY.
Health Commissioner Dr. Mary T. Bassett announced announced that the City will being enforcing updated calorie labeling rules today.
By Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza This week, high schools across the five boroughs have been celebrating College Decision Day.
The New York City Department of Sanitation is in “here we go again” mode for the city’s fourth major storm this month.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today appointed Richard A. Carranza as New York City’s next Schools Chancellor.
With the tax-filing deadline on the horizon, Food Bank For New York City opened tax assistance sites across the five boroughs to provide low-income New Yorkers with free, full-service tax Continue Reading →
These Harlem homes stand proudly gazing across the Hudson River at the cliffs of New Jersey. Their brows are marked by ornamental pediments.
Did you know that the Citizens Committee for New York City awards Neighborhood Grants of up to $3,000 to resident-led groups to work on community and school projects throughout the Continue Reading →
When “White Christmas” was written in 1942, Irving Berlin had good reason to yearn for the snows “just like the ones [he] used to know.”
New York City’s unprecedented efforts to change the culture around mental health and improve New Yorkers’ access to services and support have been recognized as an innovative model for cities Continue Reading →
Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña As an educator for 52 years, I know that all of our schools’ most important work happens in the classroom.
Photographs by Seitu Oronde On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, the Harlem section of the NYC Marathon 2017, was supported by the Harlemite from around the uptown and of course, Seitu Continue Reading →
On Thursday, October 26th, local seniors will join Food Bank For New York City at its Community Kitchen & Pantry in Harlem to celebrate the Senior Center’s fifth anniversary, with Continue Reading →
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 →
The TCS New York City Marathon is nearly 100 days away! Did you or someone you know miss out on your chance to be a part of the 2017 marathon?
There is nothing like a Jamaican beef patty in Harlem, cause the Jamaican beef patty is nothing new to true New Yorkers.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today presented Dwight “Doc” Gooden with the key to the city. Gooden helped lead the New York Mets to the World Series in 1986 but was Continue Reading →
New York City’s sustained reduction in violence and overall crime continued through March 2017, making this the safest first quarter in the modern Comstat-era from Harlem To Hollis.
A rare photographic post card taken of what looks like a Harlem manufactured Warren-Nash touring car cruising towards the viewer just after the turn of the century on West 106th Street Continue Reading →
In the depths of the economic crisis of the 1970s, New York City slashed arts education from the public school curriculum.
In September of 1862, President Abraham Lincoln announced the Emancipation Proclamation. It would take effect January 1, 1863, and free slaves in areas of the nation still in rebellion against Continue Reading →
By the time Donald Trump becomes President of the United States next week, Harlemites and New York City taxpayers will have spent $37 million to keep him and his family Continue Reading →
The video is filmed on a snowy winter day with a panoply of little known to legendary places, spaces and faces throughout Harlem, New York.
The French architect Le Corbusier once described New York as “a magnificent catastrophe.” Since its emergence in the mid-nineteenth century as the nation’s “metropolis”‘ New York has faced the most Continue Reading →