There were more tech companies in the market, the focus was consciously made on curating the best to illustrate the trend in Harlem.
Grab your tea and listen to Danny Simmons, Jr.,. Danny is a abstract expressionist painter, poet and the older brother of Russell Simmons and rapper Joseph Simmons (“Reverend Run” of Run–D.M.C). Continue Reading →
Clayton Banks graduated from Harvard, he worked as Vice President of sales at Comedy Central, Regional Director at Showtime Networks, Banks was President of the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications. Continue Reading →
Harlem has always been a hub for “alternative” politics from Marcus Gracey, Canada Lee to Liberation Books and more, so its no surprise that a bookstore that call itself “the center of a movement for revolution,” has swapped its Chelsea digs for Lenox Avenue because of escalating rent. Continue Reading →
Get some tea, and turn on the radio for Harlem man of many lives, Musa Jackson. Musa is an Award winning Harlem producer, screen writer, philanthropist and humanitarian. Continue Reading →