Father Divine, 1876 – September 10, 1965, also known as Reverend M. J. Divine, was an African American spiritual leader from about 1907 until his death. His full self-given name Continue Reading →
Marcelino Manuel da Graça, January 25, 1881 or 1884 – January 12, 1960, better known as Charles Manuel “Sweet Daddy” Grace, or Daddy Grace, was the founder and first bishop Continue Reading →
One of the best brands in Harlem has been Rao’s (see above), there brand has been anything but generic. Is your business’s brand too vague? “Generic” is the death knell Continue Reading →
NY Daily News reports that club kids, barflies and punk rockers, it’s time to brush off your resumes and start working for the man.
Noise complaints against the city’s bars and restaurants increased sharply in recent years and little was done to crack down on the worst offenders, according to a report released Friday.
Real Estate Weekly reports that One Commercial Realty Services has been retained on an exclusive basis for the sale or lease of 2335 12th Avenue.
The Worldwide Leasing Team of Faith Hope Consolo at Douglas Elliman arranged the lease of retail space for Pharmacy 5th Ave., at 1325 Fifth Avenue, on the southeast corner of 112th Continue Reading →
This historic land-marked home was built in the early 1900’s and designed by Stanford White of the firm McKim Mead & White in Harlem, New York.
For those who live in Harlem and summer in the Hampton’s, each year is full of discovery on the culinary scene. The topography shifts with some familiar restaurants gone and Continue Reading →
By Lil Nickelson The 3rd annual Harlem’ Festival took place from May 15th through May 21st throughout various venues in the village of Harlem. On Tuesday, May 16th Prudential Insurance Continue Reading →
Historic landmarked building built in early 1900’s and designed by James Edward Ware, an American architect.
If you walked past Harlem’s ROKC on Broadway you might think nothing of it. The restaurant and cocktail lounge — its name an acronym for ramen, oysters, kitchen and cocktails Continue Reading →
Harlem Chef Marcus Samuelsson is no stranger to travel. Born in Ethiopia and raised in Sweden, the award-winning chef now calls New York City home but spends a fair amount Continue Reading →
In reference to a movement that has been gaining momentum in recent months, Grubstreet reports on a petition to repeal the city’s archaic–and racially motivated in its origins–1926 Cabaret Law Continue Reading →
Harlem EatUp! is the festival which celebrates the vibrant culture, community and cuisine of Harlem and which he co-founded with top chef Marcus Samuelsson.