Mayor Bill de Blasio Details Mental Health Crisis From Harlem to Hollis

de BlasioThe de Blasio Administration today released a white paper detailing the size and scope of the mental health crisis in New York City. Continue Reading →

NYU Langone Medical Center’s 2015 Musculoskeletal Ball

NYU Langone1NYU Langone Medical Center raised over $1.5 million tonight at its annual Musculoskeletal Ball, held atthe American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan. Continue Reading →

Join Yoga For Runners Featuring Dr. Metzl And Pure Yoga

pure yoga on the today show1Join Dr. Jordan Metzl, Pure Yoga, and Central Park Conservancy for a special pre-Marathon event in Central Park. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: The Quest For The Good Life Debate At The NY Academy of Sciences

SocratesEver since Socrates declared “the unexamined life is not worth living,” philosophers from Harlem to Harare have been engaged in a passionate debate: What is the good life? What is the nature of happiness, and how can it be attained? Is the development of virtue a prerequisite to the good life? What is the path toward human flourishing? Continue Reading →

Harlem Run In November Issue Of Runners World 2015

11873646_736833663089014_4992302782706156137_nCongrats to the folks at Harlem Run on their photo shoot today in front of a Harlem brownstone for the upcoming November issue of Runner’s World magazine.  Continue Reading →

A Project Of Harmony Grows In Harlem

e9a619a4-2c73-4d9c-aea1-8a069748740aCindy Nibbelink-Worley first planted seeds at The Joseph Daniel Wilson Memorial Garden aka Project Harmony in 1985. Continue Reading →

NYC Seniors Food Insecurity Event In EmblemHealth Harlem

senori facts2Join the “New York City Seniors and the Rising Food Insecurity Crisis,” frank and sobering look at senior hunger – why it exists, who is most affected, and what is being done to solve it. Continue Reading →