Albertsons Merging With Rite Aid In Harlem

What is going on with Rite Aid, first it was now Walgreens back in 1917, now it’s Albertson. With a number of stores in Harlem Rite Aid, Super Market News reports Continue Reading →

Possible Closings With Rite AID And Walgreen’s Merger In Harlem

With three Rite Aid and three Walgreens stores in Harlem, it’s interesting that a few months ago, the shareholders of #3 U.S. drugstore chain Rite Aid approved the company’s proposed acquisition Continue Reading →

Walgreens Close To Buying Rite Aid

Crains NY reports that with three stores in Harlem the shares of Rite Aid jumped nearly 40% Tuesday afternoon on a report that it may be gobbled up in the Continue Reading →

Adelaide Louise Hall’s Rich Harlem History, 1901 – 1993 (Audio Video)

Adelaide Louise Hall, 20 October 1901 – 7 November 1993, was an American-born UK-based jazz singer and entertainer. Support Harlem World today. Thank you. __________

Los Angeles: Mariah Carey And Other Stars Shine At Free World AIDS Day Concert (Photographs)

Grammy-winning diva Mariah Carey took the stage at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Thursday night to perform at a free concert to commemorate World AIDS Day (December 1) Continue Reading →

Westchester: Take A Harlem Staycation To See Cover Girl Aida Rodriguez Turned Comedian At Empire City Casino

Want to take a last minute Harlem to Westchester staycation? Well, Empire City Casino is shining the spotlight on Aida Rodriguez, a comic who began her career as a model, Continue Reading →

HW Pick: “The Artists’ And Writers’ Cookbook” By Natalie Eve Garrett

The Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook is a collection of personal, food-related stories with recipes from 76 contemporary artists and writers. Support Harlem World today. Thank you. __________

RiteCheck To Open Its First “Fin-Tech” Center In Harlem

This is certainly not the “check cashing place” that our grandparents used to visit.  RiteCheck, a network of transaction-based financial service centers in under-banked and underserved areas in Harlem and Continue Reading →

Harlem And Other Writers Invited To ‘Made in NY Writers Room’

Nearly three months after the death of a bill meant to incentivize television productions to hire minority writers and directors, the city has launched a fellowship program aimed to attract Continue Reading →

Writer’s Retreat Holds Frederick Douglass Reading In Martha’s Vineyard

Readers of all ages, races and backgrounds are invited by Renaissance House: Retreat for Writers & Artists in Martha’s Vineyard to celebrate Independence Day by being a part of one Continue Reading →

The Health Department Recognizes World Aids Day

The Health Department today released its 2014 HIV Surveillance Annual Report, which shows that the annual number of new HIV diagnoses in New York City has reached an all-time low, Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Freed Slave Writes Letter To Former Master

Like in other parts of the United States, Harlem had slaves. No matter how long we live, the dehumanizing insanity of racism will never fail to astonish and amaze. Support Continue Reading →

Listen To MNN’s Zenaida Mendez On The Danny Tisdale Show (Podcast)

Today, CEO/Founder of Harlem World Magazine, and host of The Danny Tisdale Show, Danny Tisdale talks to Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN)’s new Director of the MNN El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center in Harlem, Zenaida Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Favorite King Does Baraka About Du Bois

The NY Times writes about the relentlessly adventurous producer and director like Woodie King Jr. was bound to reach a breaking point when it came to Amiri Baraka. Support Harlem Continue Reading →

Interview: Harlem Writer Yolande Brener

The latest installment of our Harlem Interview series, where we get to know the people in our neighborhood: Support Harlem World today. Thank you. __________ I am lying on my Continue Reading →