Jidenna “Long Live The Chief (Harlem’s Luke Cage 1X05 TV Series” (Video)

jideniaJidenna does his rap r&b thing on Long Live The Chief (Harlem’s Luke Cage 1X05 TV Series) during one of the vignettes performances at a fictional Harlem Paradise club in the Netflix series Luke Cage that takes place in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Walk, Bike, Shop To Complete Upper Amsterdam Avenue Bike Lane

amsterdam-avenue-harlemThe Amsterdam Avenue protected bike lane must be extended north of 110th Street, say the safety advocates of Transportation Alternatives, who are holding a Bike/Walk/Shop action Sunday to rally support from local residents and businesses for the Complete Upper Amsterdam campaign. Continue Reading →

We’re Just Wild About Harlem Mayor Noble Sissle, 1889 – 1975 (Video)

noble_sissle-mayor-of-harlemNoble Lee Sissle (July 10, 1889 in Indianapolis, Indiana – December 17, 1975 in Tampa, Florida) was an African-American jazz composer, lyricist, bandleader, singer, and playwright. Continue Reading →

Stephanie “Queenie” St. Clair, Queen Of The Harlem Racket

Stephanie St. ClairStephanie St. Clair, 1886 – 1969, was a bookmaker in Harlem. Madam St. Clair was born of mixed French and African descent on Martinique.

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Interview: Dr. Dave Chokshi Talks Screenings During Breast Cancer Awareness Month


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it serves as an annual reminder of the importance of living a healthy lifestyle in Harlem to reduce the risk of getting breast cancer. Continue Reading →

Dame Grease Is “Live On Lenox (Remastered)” And You’re Not


Harlem man Dame Grease has a new album Live On Lenox (Remastered) which was released October 2000 on Priority Records host a slew of unsigned and signed artists. Continue Reading →

Harlem Entrepreneurs Work To Win Free Office Space

Silicon Harlem Hackathon August 9, 2015 Harlem Week

Budding entrepreneurs in Harlem have the chance to win up to a year of free office space when Co-working company WeWork opens its first location in the neighborhood. Continue Reading →

Construction Complete On Columbia’s Nine-Story In Harlem

605-west-129th-street-777x518Construction is nearly complete on Columbia University’s nine-story, 557,149-square-foot Jerome L. Green Science Center building, located at 605 West 129th Street, on the corner with Broadway in the Manhattanville section of Harlem. Continue Reading →

Do You Know Kano, Build Your Own Computer And Bring It To Life In Harlem

kano-computing1A computer anyone can make -especially for your kids or students in Harlem. With simple steps and a storybook, build your own computer and bring it to life. For ages 6+ to 60 years of age (no technical skills required). Continue Reading →

A Free Screening Of “The Man Who Mends Women,” In Harlem

manwhomendswomenposterJoin us for October’s ADIFF TC Cine-Club for a free screening of the film The Man Who Mends Women: The Wrath of Hyppocrates, about the remarkable Dr. Denis Mukwege who was on the short list for the Nobel Peace Prize 2016. Continue Reading →