Interview: Nike Sneaker “REMIX & RECONSTRUCT” With Harlem Man A$AP Nast

Clash Music’s Grant Brydon and Rob Meyers reports that the Air Force 1 was never meant to last this long. Released in 1982, Nike’s first “Air” basketball shoe, was discontinued two years later. Continue Reading →

HBCU Actress And Educator, Dr. Tommie “Tonea” Stewart

By Robert Walker

Down South in Montgomery, AL. there is a voice and personality as big as all of the state itself that echoes from Hope Hull to Harlem. Continue Reading →

An Interview With New Harlem Filmmaker Of “Wine Tasting” Justin Samuels (Video)

Harlemites love wine, and especially wine tasting, so it’s not surprising that a Harlemite has written and executive produced a film by the same name.
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Harlem Made Honey With Lawrence Rodriquez

lawrence and gary the bee keeper in harlemWhat? Harlem honey made on 119th Street, we love it! We licked our lips when we received an e-mail from the folks at Casa Frela Gallery inviting Harlem World to join their beekeepers for a first hand chance to learn about and (taste!) the Harlem honey harvest for 2015.

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Dr. Machelle Allen Answers Common Questions About The Flu From Harlem To Hollis

health-director-in-harlem-tips1Each flu season, NYC Health + Hospitals reminds Harlemites and other New Yorker’s about the importance of getting the flu vaccine. Continue Reading →

Neil Patrick Harris Gives G & A Tour In Harlem Townhouse For The Holidays (Video)

Back in 2015, How I Met Your Mother actor Neil Patrick Harris and husband David Burtka opened up the doors of their beautiful Harlem townhouse and invited Architectural Digest in for a tour. Continue Reading →

Eartha’s World: Radio Show Host Keri Singleton Releases “Idol” Novel (Update)

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Keri Singleton is a longtime resident of Harlem. His Keri’s Korner Radio Show currently airs live on Mondays at 8:00 pm (EST) on F.L.O. Empire Radio and is syndicated on Wednesdays at 10:00 pm (PST) on One West Radio.   Continue Reading →

Interview: Harlem Hospital’s Dr. Simona Bratu Talks HIV/AIDS

dr-simona-bratu1World AIDS Day, is celebrated annually on December 1st, it recognizes advancements in the global fight against HIV/AIDS, honors those who lost their lives to the virus, and serves as a reminder to prioritize sexual health by getting an HIV test. Continue Reading →

Interview: Prevention And Management Part Of National Diabetes Awareness Month

goswami-with-branding-in-harlem1NYC Health + Hospitals marks National Diabetes Awareness Month with information to share with your readers about this chronic disease that is the leading cause of kidney failure, adult blindness, and lower extremity amputation, and a prime contributor to heart disease and stroke. Continue Reading →

Harlem Fave YWCA Of New York Chief Executive On Empowering Young Women And Girls

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The YWCA of the City of New York was the nation’s first YWCA and now serves 2,500 families in the five boroughs. Continue Reading →

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

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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 →

Dinosaur’s Avellino, Harlem BBQue By The Numbers

Leland AvellinoAs a Barbecue Week special, Eater’s Greg Morbito reached out to four major smokers to find out how much meat, wood, and sauce they move through every day. Continue Reading →

A Conversation With Harlem’s Vy Higginsen

anthony cu-vy-higginsen-smilingBy Anthony T. Eaton

Harlem was founded in the century as a Dutch outpost and over time developed into a farming village, a revolutionary battlefield, a resort town, a commuter town and a ghetto. Continue Reading →

Eartha Watts-Hicks: A Conversation With Mr. Omar Tyree

Omar and eartha watts hicksBy Eartha Watts-Hicks

In the 1990s, thanks to the cross-cultural success of Terry McMillan’s legendary and timeless novel—Waiting to Exhale—the publishing industry finally woke up and welcomed contemporary African-American authors. Continue Reading →

Up Close with CC Minton: A Conversation With Opera Singer Divaria

By CC Minton

There is nothing like the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Between parties, shopping and spending time with family, I find it refreshing to meet up with someone who is exciting and breathes life into a conversation as one season ends and another begins.   Continue Reading →