Derived from an article by Geekwire regarding Amazon’s announcement last month that it will begin searching for a second headquarters in North America and we think Harlem is a great option! Continue Reading →
In the market for new items you’ll happily wear on repeat? These ten standouts have “favorite” written all over them. Continue Reading →
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:
The fabulous Harlem woman, she’s always ready to wear glamorous Dolce & Gabbana glasses on 125th street in Harlem or the shores of St. Tropez.
In this outstanding cultural biography, The Original Black Elite, the author of the New York Times bestseller A Slave in the White House chronicles a critical yet overlooked chapter in American history: the inspiring rise and calculated fall of the black elite, from Emancipation through Reconstruction to the Jim Crow Era—embodied in the experiences of an influential figure of the time, academic, entrepreneur, and political activist and black history pioneer Daniel Murray. Continue Reading →
Vans’ storied history, and America’s connection with skate (on a board) and surf culture, began in 1966 Southern California with the rolling out of a single pair of shoes. They were named Authentic. In the generations since, they have only gotten more popular amongst hardcore skaters, celebs and style enthusiasts from Harlem to Harare.
First comes pumpkin spice latte, next Target and other retailers begin hiring for the Christmas shopping season. Summer is over. Continue Reading →
Amazon Prime Day is upon us, and we couldn’t be more excited. But all these crazy deals can seem a bit overwhelming. Where should your savings start? Continue Reading →
Here is a rare collectible of a 11 x 14 inch high quality ‘thick’ photograph signed with a black marker by Harlem man A$AP Rocky pointing at the viewer in this black and white photograph. Continue Reading →