Ex-Columbia Professor Found Dead In Harlem

A former Columbia University professor who recently left several suicide notes at his Harlem apartment was found dead inside a rental car in Harlem Thursday night, cops said. Continue Reading →

Columbia Student Jumps To Her Death In Harlem

A 23-year-old Columbia University student in Harlem jumped to her death early Thursday morning from the seventh floor of an off-campus dormitory, the NYPD told Patch. Continue Reading →

Welcome, Connie H. Choi New Studio Museum In Harlem’s Associate Curator

Today, The Studio Museum in Harlem announced the appointment of Connie H. Choi to the position of Associate Curator, Permanent Collection. Continue Reading →

Harlem Donates 2,300+ Books To Children And Families In Neighborhood Shelters

Last week, Total Equity Now (TEN) all-volunteer team delivered 2,343 new and like-new reading treasures to children and their families in shelters in East, Central, and West Harlem. Continue Reading →

Grave Robbing And The Doctors Riot Of 1788

The origins of the Grave Robbing And The Doctors Riot civil disturbance began in early February of 1788 and broke out in mid April of that year. Actually the City’s doctors did not riot as the name implies. Continue Reading →

NYCEDC And The Mayor’s Office Announce Plan For VR/AR Lab

virtual-reality-and-augmented-reality-vr-ar-lab-fnalNew York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) today announced plans for a City-supported Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (VR/AR) lab for creators from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Charles Christian Inventor Of The Electric Guitar Solo (Video)

charles-christian1Charles Henry “Charlie” Christian (July 29, 1916 – March 2, 1942) was an American swing and jazz guitarist who lived and played the electric guitar throughout Harlem. Continue Reading →

Robert F. Kennedy Speech At Columbia University In Harlem 1964 (Full Video)

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Soon after President Kennedy’s death, Robert F. Kennedy resigned as Attorney General and, in 1964, ran for the United States Senate from New York.  Continue Reading →

“Celebrate Unequal Partners” A Conversation Moderated By Columbia’s Naomi Moland

ab4078d6-bcfe-4f3f-aee4-90244d7d8224We invite you to join Wednesday, November 30, 2016, at 7pm, a celebration of the release of Unequal Partners: American Foundations and Higher Education Development in Africa with its author Fabrice Jaumont and NYU professor of higher education Teboho Moja. Continue Reading →

Holiday Schedule Changes Affecting Clothing & Food Scrap Collections

holiday-clothing-food-scrap-collections1Due to the upcoming NYC Marathon and Thanksgiving holiday, there are several changes to the Greenmarket schedule. Continue Reading →