From Harlem To Hollis “1 In 8 People Living With HIV Do Not Know They Are Infected”

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 marks the annual National HIV Testing Day, and The Alliance for Positive Change will be out in force encouraging New Yorkers to play their part in ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Continue Reading →

Case Of Legionnaires’ Disease In The Harlem Sparks Alerts

A New York Police Department officer has contracted Legionnaires’ disease leading to a spate of investigations by the health officials as to its source and potential capacity for spread. Continue Reading →

Legionnaires’ Found In NYPD Harlem Stationhouse

The bacteria that causes Legionnaires disease has been detected at a Manhattan NYPD stationhouse and at least one officer has been hospitalized, The Post has learned. Continue Reading →

Bystanders Stop Crazy Cruz Crime In East Harlem

A would-be robber on parole for a previous robbery was thwarted by bystanders after beating a man unconscious (in East Harlem), NYPD said. Continue Reading →

Memorial Service For Doris Jean “Devya” Richmond In Harlem (Update)

Join a celebration of Doris Jean “Devya” Richmond’s Life and Passion during a memorial service of Music and Light. Continue Reading →

Selena Gomez And The Weeknd’s Dinner For Two At Rao’s In East Harlem

Selena Gomez and The Weeknd turned the streets of Harlem into their own runway show … flanked by bodyguards, of course. Continue Reading →

Brewer And Citizens Committee Announce Grant At Lydia’s Magic Garden In Harlem

Today, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer joined the Citizens’ Committee for New York City and the Manhattan Solid Waste Advisory Board (SWAB) to announce 36 Community-Scale Composting Grant awards for community garden programs across the city in 2017. Continue Reading →

From Blondies To Pudgies Celebs And Athletes Love This Chef’s Harlem Sweets

NY Post’s Jennifer Gould Keil writes that if you are looking for a sweet way to say Happy Father’s Day? Continue Reading →

Three Women Who Ran Harlem Cash Transfer Shop Busted Stilling Money

Two sisters and a third woman who ran a cash transfer shop in East Harlem were busted Thursday for stealing at least $28,000 from immigrants who were trying to send money to Latin America, authorities said. Continue Reading →

Extell Moves On Harlem Gristede’s Development Site

NY Curbed reports that Extell chief Gary Barnett, master assembler of development sites, has done it again. Continue Reading →