A New York firefighter was killed on Thursday night in a blaze at a building in Harlem that was being used as a set for Motherless Brooklyn, a film adaptation of Jonathan Lethem’s novel, directed by Edward Norton said a source. Continue Reading →
A Live Musical Documentary with spirituals, protest songs, and current popular music performed by an 18-piece orchestra, created by Brooklyn’s Soul Science Lab.
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With their reggae DNA from Jamaican origins, the Brooklyn born group Morgan Heritage unearthed a way to infuse the sounds of pop, rock, country, R&B and hip-hop music into their brand of reggae that they call “Rockaz.” Continue Reading →
What a great article in W Magazine as they report on the supermodel Alek Wek who at the age of 14, fled South Sudan for the U.K., she discovered two things about herself: She had the body of a supermodel (“I’m five-eleven, and my freaking limbs!”), and more importantly, she had a voice.
Teka$hi 6ix9ine, born Daniel Hernandez, is enjoying success on the Billboard Hot 100 chart thanks to his song “Gummo” reaching No. 13, but the Brooklyn rapper is still facing one to three years in prison after pleading guilty to use of a child in a sexual performance. Continue Reading →
Among the New York City home sales transactions completed in the third quarter of 2017, those recorded for cooperatives from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →
While we were hanging out in Harlem, as part of the Apple In-Store Initiative, VP Recording artist Christopher Martin did a live Q&A session and performance at the Apple Store in Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday May 20th, 2017. Continue Reading →
There are many great things that Brooklyn offers both residents and visitors from Harlem. The popular borough has a large selection of places and things to do that many people may not be aware of. Continue Reading →
Yes, we know its not Harlem, but CUFFH is hosting a free affordable housing workshop Wednesday for available units in the newest development in Downtown Brooklyn, BAM South.
A few days ago, I overheard a woman in Brooklyn saying proudly that she and her two children have never gotten the flu shot, and have never gotten sick. Continue Reading →
“Love Jones” was originally released as a movie in 1997, but now it’s back and bigger than ever as a musical. “Love Jones – the Musical,” fuses an A-List musical line with a movie title that is nothing short of a cultural phenomenon. Continue Reading →
By Mattie Kahn
New York used to be the city that never sleeps; now it’s the city that never stops—ever-evolving and always expanding, so much so that the neighborhoods you never went to are now the best ones to be in. Continue Reading →
Photographs by Seitu Oronde
On Thursday, January 7th, 2016, the Caribbean American Chamber Of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) honored thought leaders and new members at the Brooklyn Borough Hall, Brooklyn, New York.
A notification has been issued on 1/21/16 at 6:10 PM. The National Weather Service has issued the following Coastal Flood Watches for various NYC areas. Continue Reading →
Macy’s Backstage, Macy’s new off-price stores, will open its doors for the first time in three New York locations (*Brooklyn, Queens and Melville, Long Island) to shoppers who love the thrill of the hunt and a designer deals. Continue Reading →
Winn WB Management Company the joint venture of Webb & Brooker, Inc and Winn Companies has moved its Bronx office to Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →
Marcus Samuelsson’s long-awaited casual Streetbird Rotisserie is finally opening today for lunch. The chef has been working on the project for four years and it’s unmistakably Samuelsson. Continue Reading →