Since Cristobol Balenciaga visited Harlem in the 1940’s we better understand how the brand has been inspired by Harlem’s style, its history and its savoir faire.
With kids all over New York City in full swing of the new school year, an elementary school in Harlem is helping to make a bold statement against education discrimination.
Be sure to join the Thursday, September 15th at the Silberman School of Social Work for an Open House on the East 126th Street Harlem African Burial Ground Memorial project Continue Reading →
Oso, Hamilton Heights newest restaurant with an authentic taste of Mexico city street food is pleased to announce its new fall extended kitchen hours from 5pm to 12am, seven days Continue Reading →
Eugene Giscombe, the founder, president and chief executive of the Harlem commercial real estate firm, Giscombe Realty Group, died on Sunday (July 10) at the age of 76.
When you need a break from the Harlem Book Fair, head down to the first annual Go Africa Harlem 2016 Street Festival, with African food, dance, music, clothing and more from Continue Reading →
Join Harlem residents, electeds, visits and the American Red Cross at the Go Africa Harlem 2016 Street Festival on Thursday, July 16th, 2016, on 116th Street btw. 7th and 8th Avenues, Harlem, Continue Reading →
Go Africa Harlem 2016 has honored Gale A. Brewer, Manhattan Borough President, by serving again as Grand Marshall for the Go Africa Harlem 2016 Street Festival to be held on July Continue Reading →
Upclose view looking north-west on the corner of Lenox Avenue and 125th Street in Harlem, New York around 1910.
Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling is springing into the season with lots of special public performances and programs including: a live book reading by Sesame Street’s Sonia Manzano Continue Reading →