New “Harlem” Long Sleeve T-Shirt

Show your Harlem pride with this new winter weather white “Harlem” long sleeve t-shirt, perfect for that a layered under-neath a wool t-shirt look, great with denim jeans, with a hooded heavy jacket, and heavy boots. Continue Reading →

NYPD Captains Reassigned In Second Staffing Shake-Up From East Harlem To The Bronx

NY Post reports that there’s been another shake-up at the NYPD. This time, 29 captains are being shuffled to new assignments across the city, according to officials. Continue Reading →

Get Ready For The Women’s March At The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum In Harlem

The Women’s March is this Saturday, January 20th, 2018! To prepare for this celebration of women and their contributions, join us for civic-minded activities all week during Museum hours, including protest poster making, and storytelling about women and by women authors. Continue Reading →

Chancellor Fariña Announces 33 New Pre-K Dual Language Programs From Harlem To Hollis

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced the launch of 33 new pre-K Dual Language programs across the City this fall, more than doubling the number of existing programs from 30 to 63. Continue Reading →

2018 Trumpet Awards Announces Performers & Honorees

The 2018 Bounce Trumpet Awards, the prestigious annual event celebrating African-American achievements and contributions, will air exclusively on Bounce on Sunday, February 11, 2018, at 9:00 p.m. ET. Continue Reading →

Kim Fields shares memories of The Facts of Life, Good Times, and more

Entertainment Weekly reports that Kim Fields first stepped into the public eye at the age of seven in a 1970s Mrs. Butterworth syrup commercial, and she’s been captivating television audiences ever since. Continue Reading →

Harlem United Commends Governor Cuomo For His Continued Commitment To Critical Social & Economic Justice Principles

Harlem United, a nationally recognized housing, health and human services organization, commends Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s continued commitment to improving the lives of all New Yorkers with his 2018 agenda of critically important social and economic policies. Continue Reading →

Lena Horne Stamp Dedication Ceremony Uptown

In celebration of legendary performer and civil rights activist, Lena Horne, the United States Postal Service will honor her in its 41st stamp within the Black Heritage series. Continue Reading →

Met Orchestra Musicians And Gale Brewer Perform At Harry Belafonte Library In Harlem (Photographs)

Members of the MET Orchestra were joined by Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer at The New York Public Library’s Harry Belafonte Branch at 203 West 115th Street in Harlem to perform a FREE “Musical Read-Aloud” for children and families. Continue Reading →

Join The Annual Arturo A. Schomburg 2018 Celebration In Harlem

Dr. Vanessa K. Valdes will discuss her latest book Diasporic Blackness: The Life and Times of Arturo Alfonso Schomburg with Kevin Young, Director of the Schomburg Center. Continue Reading →

Uptown’s State Senator Marisol Alcántara On Passage Of ‘Card Check’ Bill

Statement from State Senator Marisol Alcántara:

As a former organizer for the New York Nurses Association, I know that collective bargaining is critical to our workforce in New York and across the nation. Continue Reading →

NYC Financed Record Number Of Affordable Homes In 2017, And A Pot Tax Could Fund The Future

As we look at the future of affordable housing from Harlem to Hollis, we may consider the Forbes projected $240 million and $1.4 billion of medical marijuana tax dollars per year to pay some of the cost of the housing (these numbers do not include legalized recreational marijuana taxes). Continue Reading →

Harlem’s A$AP Ferg And Hennessy Collaborates On Music, Art And Mixology

Hennessy, the world’s best-selling Cognac, continues to push boundaries in the spirit of its Never stop. Never settle. mantra with a new collaboration and limited-edition offering from Harlem hip hop artist and painter A$AP Ferg. Continue Reading →