The Foster Mansion, Harlem, New York, 1887-1922

The 102-103rd Street Block Association reports that the Foster Mansion sat on the northeast corner of Riverside Drive and West 102nd Street prior to the construction of what is now 300 Riverside Drive, Harlem, New York, 1887-1922. Continue Reading →

Julie Menin And Isaac Fitzgerald At AOL Build

In partnership with Buzzfeed, the New York City’s Mayor’s office created the new initiative, “One Book, One New York.” Continue Reading →

Emily Ratajkowski Spotted Strolling With A Harlem Throwback Style In NYC

As if strolling down 125th Street the “Blurred Lines” super model Emily Ratajkowski was in throwback Harlem style when she was photographed carrying a beautiful Henri Bendel bag early on March 2017 on a New York City street! Continue Reading →

Department Of Consumer Affairs Launched First Of Its New Paid Care Division

The NYC Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) has officially launched its new Paid Care Division within its Office of Labor Policy & Standards (OLPS) with the first in a series of events to bring together paid care workers, including home care and domestic workers, as well as workers’ rights organizations, policy experts, and legislators. Continue Reading →

Harlem Snow Expected After Another Warm Week

Harlem’s Winter Of 2017 is going to strike again this week. Temperatures today could touch 60 degrees before giving way to as much as four inches of snow by the end of the week. Continue Reading →

Art As Necessity In New York City’s Public Schools At MCNY In Harlem

In the depths of the economic crisis of the 1970s, New York City slashed arts education from the public school curriculum. Continue Reading →

Mayor Bill de Blasio Announces Plan To Turn The Tide On Homelessness

Mayor Bill de Blasio, standing alongside faith and community leaders, today unveiled a comprehensive borough-based plan to reduce the footprint of New York City’s homeless shelter system and drive down the population of homeless New Yorkers relying on shelter. Continue Reading →

NYC Emergency Management Launches New Community Emergency Planning Toolkit

The New York City Emergency Management Department today launched a new Community Emergency Planning toolkit designed to guide communities from Harlem to Hollis through developing their own emergency plans. Continue Reading →

2017 Adults In Toyland Casino Night Raises Funds For Children

NYU Langone Medical Center’s “Adults in Toyland Casino Night” raised $835,000 to support programs at the Stephen D. Hassenfeld Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders  and the Department of Pediatrics at Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital of New York at NYU Langone. Continue Reading →

How To Make Sure Your Children Have Healthy Teeth

Practicing good dental habits is important for children to protect their teeth from decay. You should start early, when your baby is an infant. Continue Reading →