Construction Complete On Columbia’s Nine-Story In Harlem

605-west-129th-street-777x518Construction is nearly complete on Columbia University’s nine-story, 557,149-square-foot Jerome L. Green Science Center building, located at 605 West 129th Street, on the corner with Broadway in the Manhattanville section of Harlem. Continue Reading →

A Free Screening Of “The Man Who Mends Women,” In Harlem

manwhomendswomenposterJoin us for October’s ADIFF TC Cine-Club for a free screening of the film The Man Who Mends Women: The Wrath of Hyppocrates, about the remarkable Dr. Denis Mukwege who was on the short list for the Nobel Peace Prize 2016. Continue Reading →

Magazines Now Eligible For All Of Harlem-Based Columbia’s Journalism Pulitzer Prizes

magazines-now-eligible-for-all-journalism-pulitzer-prizesPrint and online magazines like Harlem World Magazine are now eligible for Pulitzer Prizes in all journalism categories. The Pulitzers are administered by Columbia University in Harlem. Continue Reading →

“One Of The Most Thrilling Vocalists Of Today,” Alicia Olatuja In Harlem

alicia-olatuja-sextetCalled “one of the most thrilling vocalists of today” (JazzTimes), Alicia Olatuja has an incredible range, fueled by her fluency in multiple world music styles, classical studies at Manhattan School of Music, and an undeniable, ingrained musicality. Continue Reading →

Archaeologist Kathleen Martinez To Announce Break Through In Cleopatra’s Lost Tomb Uptown

kathleenmartinez1World famous archaeologist Kathleen Martinez, State Senator Adriano Espaillat, Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez and other local elected officials and leaders will hold a press conference to announce that Kathleen Martinez will be speaking this weekend in Washington Heights at Columbia University’s Armand Hammer Health Science Building. Continue Reading →

The Beauty And The Bed Bug At City College In Harlem

bed-bugCity College Center for the Arts (CCCA) presents “Microanatomie des Insectes” (Microanatomy of Insects), an exhibition of photographs by Damien Laudier. Continue Reading →

Between The Lines: Imbolo Mbue And Lola Ogunnaike At The Schomburg In Harlem

october12beholdthedreamerscropImbolo Mbue’s debut novel, Behold the Dreamers, is the story of one immigrant family from Cameroon whose fates collide with the collapse of financial markets in 2009. Continue Reading →

Landmarks Preservation Commission Launches NYC Archaeological Repository


New York Yimby posted an interesting article about what happening on Wednesday, October 6th, 2016, the Landmarks Preservation Commission consolidated its collection of historic artifacts from Harlem to Hollis and launched the NYC Archaeological Repository at the Nan A. Rothschild Research Center in Midtown. Continue Reading →

Citizens Committee Grant Applications Now Open For Inwood

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Inwood Parks GrantThe partnerships for parks Inwood Parks Grant Program, made possible by Columbia University in Harlem, provides grants of $500 to $15,000 to community groups and nonprofit organizations for small NYC Parks. Continue Reading →

Harlem-Based Columbia’s Endowment Posts 0.9% Loss For The Year As CEO Departs

lee-bollingerColumbia University’s endowment reported a 0.9% loss for the year, underscoring the departing chief executive officer’s ability to pare losses in turbulent markets. Continue Reading →