Great African Safari Lodges You Haven’t Heard Of Yet


Written by Alexandra Kirkman

Conte Nast Traveler reports on amazing properties beyond the rightly loved big brands (&Beyond, Singita, Wilderness)—each tailor-made for a certain type of traveler from Harlem to Harare. Continue Reading →

NYC Tourism Climbs To Record High In 2015 For 6th year

tourism1The number of tourists visiting from Harlem to Hollis in New York City rose to a record high in 2015 for the sixth consecutive year, with nearly 60 million people traveling to the biggest city in the United States, officials said on Thursday. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Al Pacino Stars During NYC Broadway Week 2016

al-pacino sliderWhat’s better than Harlem born Al Pacino in China Doll during the NYC & Company’s return of NYC Broadway Week from January 19 through February 5, 2016. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: IHG Debuts EVEN Hotels ‘Wellness’ Brand in NYC

EVEN_Hotels_Times_Square_South_Guest_Room_Double-600Brandchannel reports that EVEN Hotels—InterContinental Hotels Group’s (IHG’s) newest hotel brand—is opening its doors on West 35th Street in the heart of Manhattan’s Times Square. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Mount Morris Park House Tour 2015

Mount Morris  parkContinuing a tradition that began more than 25 years ago as a vehicle for showcasing the resurgence of an iconic Harlem neighborhood, the Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association (MMPCIA) will again play host to hundreds of friends, neighbors, tourists and travelers for its annual neighborhood house tour. Continue Reading →

Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce Leads Delegation to Martinique

martiniqueThe Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce will lead a delegation of businesspeople, journalists and cultural professionals to the island of Martinique May 20 – 24th. Continue Reading →

MoMA Launches Walking Tour Of Jacob Lawrence’s Harlem

joacob lawrence migration seriesThe current Museum of Modern Art exhibition One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Visions of the Great Movement North expands uptown, beyond the Museum’s galleries, with the launch of a self-guided walking tour that explores the Harlem that nurtured Lawrence as a young artist in the 1930s. Continue Reading →