Why Amazon Should Consider Harlem For Its Second Headquarters

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 →

Harlem Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez’s Annual State Of The District

Here is Harlem Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez’s remarks at the 7th annual State of the District Address for District 10 at the Salome Ureña Educational Campus: Continue Reading →

Harlem World Cares, Do You?

Founded in 2013, Harlem World Cares, is a community-run youth publishing organization. Our mission is to support and develop Harlem’s students between the ages of 13-17. Continue Reading →

West Harlem Group Assistance To Honor Community Leaders

West Harlem Group Assistance, Inc. (WHGA), a leading community based development corporation, will be hosting its annual awards gala on October 26th 2017, to celebrate leaders who have impacted the development of the West Harlem community and beyond. Continue Reading →

Harlem Mover And Shaker, Belle Moskowitz

Belle Moskowitz, October 5, 1877 – January 2, 1933, was the political advisor to New York Governor and 1928 presidential candidate Al Smith. Continue Reading →

Join The Harlem Biospace Digital Disruption Discussion In Healthcare At Columbia University

NYC-based companies are leveraging algorithms and data to change the way people think about their health. Continue Reading →

Come Celebrate The Launch Of The Latest Mobile Lab: BioBus II In Harlem

On Tuesday, September 26, 2017, BioBus celebrates the launch of a new mobile laboratory and the beginning of the school year. Continue Reading →

Diva Sara Lou Harris, Columbia Grad And The First Black Model To Be Featured In A National Ad Campaign

Sara Lou Harris was born in Wilkesboro, North Carolina in 1926 to a house painter and a cotton mill worker. Carter died December 16, 2016. Continue Reading →

Columbia University Republicans Invite White Nationalists To Speak In Harlem

A Republican student group has invited two white nationalists to speak at Columbia University later this year, sparking tension and controversy within the college’s community. Continue Reading →

“Living In America: Frank Lloyd Wright, Harlem & Modern Housing” Show Opens In Harlem

“[easyazon_link identifier=”B00137GFC6″ locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Living in America[/easyazon_link],” a phrase written on wooden panels traveling with the model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Broadacre City (1929–58), evokes a question that preoccupied architects and planners throughout the mid-twentieth century: How to live together? Continue Reading →

Liza Jessie Peterson Takes On The Criminal Justice System With The NBT In Harlem

Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre (NBT) has joined forces with Hi-ARTS for the world premiere of The Peculiar Patriot. Continue Reading →

Harlem Woman With Stage 4 Ovarian Cancer Needs Help And A Home

A 43-year-old Harlem woman is dying of stage four ovarian cancer and she has nowhere to live. Continue Reading →

Dining With Miss Lil: Harlem Week 2017’s Urban Tech Meet Up

By Lil Nickelson

On Thursday, August 10th, 2017 Harlem Week held its “Urban Technology Meet-Up” as the final event of its annual NYC Economic Development Day at Columbia University Alfred Lerner Hall. Continue Reading →

“How Americans View The Opt Out Movement,” A New Study By Teachers College

While most Americans have heard of the “Opt Out” movement, less than one-third of Americans support it, and most people misunderstand the motives of parents who refuse to let their kids take standardized tests in public schools. Continue Reading →

Christopher Fagan And His Dog Spruce’s “Point Of Rocks,” 128th Street Harlem Home, 1895

Hatching Cat NYC reports that in 1895, 71-year-old Christopher Fagan was alone in the world. All his family and friends had died and he really had no place to call home. Continue Reading →