Union Settlement www.unionsettlement.org, the oldest and largest social service provider in East Harlem, today announced the launching of “East Harlem 360°”, a community development program intended to revitalize the local economy and trigger economic growth in East Harlem.
For its 50th season, The Negro Ensemble Company, Inc. (NEC) has been presenting a retrospective of some of the troupe’s signature works.
US Foods is pleased to announce a new partnership with award-winning chef and restaurateur, Chef Marcus Samuelsson.
The Biz Journal reports that Evan Blum, owner of a Harlem architectural salvage business, paid $280,357 to purchase the 11-story Central Warehouse cold storage building just north of downtown Albany, New York.
This week, the Harlem/Havana Music & Cultural Festival – an international visual and performing arts, fashion, education and culinary exchange kicks in.
The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with internationally renowned chef and restauranteur [easyazon_link identifier=”0470940581″ locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Marcus Samuelsson[/easyazon_link], in concert with Tim Zagat, founder of the Zagat National Restaurant Review, today announced that following its breakout inaugural run in 2016, the Cuban Culinary Initiative.
Chef Julian Medina — who’s behind neighborhood favorites like Yerba Buena and Tacuba — will be changing up his Latin American restaurant empire with two new restaurants this fall.
Late last year, celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson announced that he would be opening a new restaurant in Newark, and some new details have emerged as to what exactly might be in the works with the project.
The Health Department today announced a new media campaign and educational materials on the health dangers of consuming sugary-sweetened beverages.
President Obama, lived in Harlem while attending Columbia University, on December, 2016 was the last Hawaii Christmas vacation for President Obama before he transitions to life as a private citizen.
The nonprofit STRIVE New York has broadened its impact on urban youth unemployment by partnering with eCornell and local city organizations to launch Serve UP Harlem, an initiative to prepare 18- to 24-year-olds for career paths in food service and hospitality.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that ParkNYC, a new and convenient way to pay for on-street parking in New York City, is now available to drivers in all five boroughs with this week’s activation of the program in Queens.
Originally posted on August 15th, 2015: The other day, I was walking back to my Harlem apartment when I stumbled upon a very shocking sign in front of a black church.
Location, Location, Location! This prime 20-footer at 17 West 120th Street, Harlem, New York is in mint condition, a luxurious Victorian brownstone in a close-knit community on a well-kept, tranquil tree-lined block situated in the heart of the chic Morris Park Historic District.
Last week, Harlem-based publisher and founder of AALBC.com, Troy Johnson wrote an article titled 2 Ways Google is Killing Online Booksellers & How You Can Help, asking the question: