The tour is for public viewing and selling of work, consisting of art studios and venues in the Strivers Row corridor, this Circuit is a collaboration created to develop a hub of arts activity and thereby gain increased visibility and exposure for SAC participants. Continue reading
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We love her Facebook posts, we love her vibe, now you can love Harlem’s Monet watercolor landscapes of 21st century Harlem, curated by Misha McGlown. Continue reading
A business revitalization plan in Harlem tests the balance between progress and preservation
This block of Amsterdam Avenue has received a uniform treatment to the exterior, through the state Main Street program and a local initiative.
Jean Delphonse, owner of Café One on the corner of 140th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, sat in the spiffy coffee shop he’s run independently since 2004, his eyes full of pride as his customers sipped freshly brewed coffee and munched on chocolate danishes. A self-determining soul who enjoys being his own boss, Delphonse is always looking for ways to improve his business. Continue reading