Join Harlemites Abdi Abajabal, and Harlem World Magazine columnist Yolande Brener as they talk about his business Jimma Juice Bar and Oasis Powerhouse in Harlem with Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Continue Reading →
Join Yolande Brener as she reads from her book Holy Candy during the HW Podcast Reading live on the The Danny Tisdale Show from Tuesday, July 14th at 2 pm to 2:30 pm EST during Continue Reading →
The latest installment of our Harlem Interview series, where we get to know the people in our neighborhood: I am lying on my bed in my West Harlem apartment. It’s Continue Reading →
Harlem World Magazine’s Yolande Brener is a talented wellness enthusists who writes about arts and culture in Harlem. Here’s what Amazon said about her new book.
Listen to Harlem-based punk band The Amputees, Jazz punk musician Tiffany Chang and world music artist Ishmael Osekre of Osekre and the Lucky Bastards with Harlem World Magazine culture writer Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener “No hands-on-hips! No lateness! No bitch-assness!” If you’re lucky enough to hear these words, you’ve made it into Sereco Campbell’s fitness bootcamp class at NY Sports Club.
By Yolande Brener The first time I entered Oasis Jimma Juice Bar off Broadway on 139th Street, owner Abdi Abajabal, asked me if I had a skill I could offer Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener I went to Harlem Hookah for the Bloggers, Authors, and Publishers celebration on October 5th, 2016. Husband and wife co-owners, Tiffany and Stephen Bowen, gave my friend and I Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener Savona Bailey was the kid who just wanted to go to museums and art galleries when all her friends didn’t feel they belonged there.
By Yolande Brener The Brotherhood/Sister Sol opened their second annual farmer’s market on July 2nd. Their opening day got off to a lively start with about 15 customers in the Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener Harlem Chi Community Acupuncture on 125th Street was buzzing with good vibes at the April opening party. Locals of all ages stopped by, and although most of Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener “If we [women] hold up half the sky, where’s our half the road right now?” This is the question posed by director Kathryn Bertine in her documentary, Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener Christine Turner’s documentary, “Homegoings,” examines the work of funeral director, Isaiah Owens, a man who laughs and cries with his customers, who in turn trust him to Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener Farmigo is a new company providing local farm fresh food with flexibility. Unlike with CSAs, Farmigo members can change their orders every week, take a break when Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener For a documentary about a zombie movie, Birth of the Living Dead is full of life. Packed with archival footage from the 60’s, interviews with writers, filmmakers and Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener I have often walked past the island at 143rd Street and Amsterdam, but never have I seen it so full of life and good energy as at Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener In the late ‘90’s, playwright Nigel Barto noticed that a lot of people wanted to tell him their stories, and a lot of these stories were about Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener The first five minutes of You Don’t Need Feet shows Sidike Conde going through his daily routine, getting out of bed, brushing his teeth, getting dressed, going Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener Mumia Abu Jamal, birth name Wesley Cook, is the author of seven book, numerous articles for the Black Panther Press and hundreds of radio programs for NPR Continue Reading →
By Yolande Brener Pilin Anice is bringing Afro Flow Yoga back to Asali Yoga in Harlem for the fall. And I was happy to learn you don’t have to have Continue Reading →