There’s One More Week To Apply To Pre-K For Families From Harlem To Hollis

Department of Education is extending the Pre-K Application deadline – families have until March 3, 2017, to apply to pre-K! Continue Reading →

Columbia Accidentally Accepts, Then Rejects Students

Those few seconds before opening an email about a university application can be excruciating. What comes afterward could be a wave of joy — or a wall of dread. Continue Reading →

Harlem Teacher, Jailed For Sexually Assaulting Boys In Disturbing Fondling ‘Game’

A former choir teacher at a Harlem charter school has been sentenced to 20 years to life in a state prison for sexually assaulting two young boys in his class. Continue Reading →

Alvin Ailey’s Film Short Pays Homage To Director Barry Jenkin’s “Moonlight”

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater announces Moonlight x Ailey, a new dance film short choreographed by Artistic Director Robert Battle in a unique collaboration with Academy Award-winning composer Nicholas Britell. Continue Reading →

‘Los Sures’ A Film By Diego Echeverria At Columbia In Harlem

Join Columbia Univerity for a screening of Los Sures by Director Diego Echeverria.

Produced in 1984, the film, which documents neighborhood life in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is an important record of the history of New York City and the communities of students we teach. Continue Reading →

Harlem High School Teachers, Staff In Hot Water

Some dozen Harlem high school teachers and staff are in hot water after they had a spa day while they were on the clock. Continue Reading →

Youth Athletes Across US Compete At Harlem Gymnastics Invitational 2017

Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation (WHGF), a not-for-profit organization that provides free and low-cost quality gymnastics programs for urban youth, is proud to present the fourth Annual Harlem Gymnastics Invitational. Continue Reading →

FSCNY Scholarship Program Applications 2017 Deadline Around The Corner

“Rewarding Young Leaders in Our Community”, the celebrated scholarship program by The Financial Service Centers of New York (FSCNY) and MoneyGram International, has entered its final weeks for applications. Continue Reading →

Chapter And Verse: A Harlem Story At MIST Harlem

After serving eight years in prison, reformed gang leader S. Lance Ingram re-enters society and struggles to adapt to a changed Harlem. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: Get A Jump-Start With Pre-K For All From Harlem To Hollis

BNYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña

Our city’s Pre-K for all program offers our youngest learners an opportunity to develop their social skills, explore science, learn routines, and build their vocabulary. Continue Reading →