On Giving Tuesday, Union Settlement Association is giving back to the East Harlem community by passing out free Metrocards to people who agree to pay it forward through at least three acts of kindness or charity. Continue Reading →
The Dollar Menu is dead is dead from Harlem to Hollywood – wait there is still hope. McDonald’s has announced that it will replace its beloved Dollar Menu with the McPick 2, which allows customers to pick two items for $2: a McChicken, McDouble, small fries, or mozzarella sticks. Continue Reading →
Whole Foods which plans to come to Harlem soon, appears to be losing its loyal customer base. The company’s sales at stores open at least a year, or same-store sales, declined 0.2% last quarter, marking the first quarterly drop since 2009.
This event from Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center is part of The Entrepreneur in Residence Program features a highly accomplished group of industry professionals with expertise spanning various industries and business stages. Continue Reading →
Expanding beyond a physical presence, Harlem Biospace (Hb), an initiative of NYCEDC, is launching a free online digital platform, called Synaptic, that enables you to discover life-science resources in NYC, and connect to individuals interested in life-science commercialization. More below. Continue Reading →
Another milestone for Eartha Watts-Hicks, owner of Earthatone Enterprises and Earthatone Books, independent publisher of LOVE CHANGES, and WEAVER by Miriam Kelly Ferguson. Continue Reading →