Sponsored Love: Free Saturday! 5th Annual HARLEM REVIVE!

Don’t Miss Harlem Revive!
Saturday, August 5th, 2017, at Jackie Robinson Park!
12noon to 6pm

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Mentoring In Medicine Virtual Summer Science Camp At No Cost Hosted

From the comfort of your home, you can view a “live” video webcast to learn advanced biology, research methods and serve as a community health ambassador. Continue Reading →

Best Places To Watch The July 4th Fireworks For Free In Harlem

Harlem’s Independence Day salute on Sunday, July 4th Fireworks will be set off from multiple locations, meaning there will be Instagram-worthy vistas of the display from multiple spots in Harlem.
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HW Pick: Nick Carter Architect Of “Boy Band” Free At AOL Build


In ABC’s “Boy Band,” undiscovered young talent from around the country battle it out to become a member of the next great music sensation. Continue Reading →

Brewer Promotes Free Summer Meals For Kids From Harlem To Hollis

On Friday, June 16, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer will lead a borough-wide Day of Action to provide parents and children with detailed information about free meals available this summer through New York City’s Summer Meals Program. Continue Reading →

Behold The Literary And Visual Genius Of Harlem Students!

Total Equity Now encourages you to behold, be inspired by, and celebrate the literary and visual genius of Harlem’s young people. Continue Reading →

Best Market Buy One Meal Get One Free Today Only In Harlem!

Two Meals For The Price Of One? Yes Please!
When it comes to preparing food for you and your family, we take every step seriously. Our team uses only the highest quality ingredients and a collection of favorite recipes to make our quick, quality meals.

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Yeah, Everyone Loves This Great Randall’s Island Harlem Family Staycation

Okay, your sitting at home in Harlem wondering what can I do with the family next month in June? Well, it just so happens at the beginning of June 2017, you can enjoy a Randall’s Island Treasure Hunt, a Fish Count, Yoga in the Park every Tuesday and Dance Boot Camp every Wednesday and the upcoming Movie Night with Despicable Me!

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Free Business Workshop Coming To Harlem

Harlem business owners, remember this date — June 22, 2017. On that day, the city’s Department of Small Business Services will be bringing its Chamber On-the-Go program to the neighborhood. Continue Reading →

Free Fresh Salads Today Only At Best Market In Harlem!

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*Offer valid May 11th, 2017 ONLY for one Best Market Premium Salad per household. Printed paper coupon MUST be present to claim offer – coupons shown on mobile devices can not be scanned.*

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‘Annual Commemoration Of The Birth Of Malcolm X’ At The Schomburg In Harlem

Our annual commemoration of the birth of el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz (Malcolm X) will explore his legacy as it directly reflects the state of Black America today. Continue Reading →

“American Masters – Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise” At The Schomburg In Harlem

This is the first feature documentary about the incomparable Dr. Maya Angelou (1928–2014), best known for her autobiography, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. Continue Reading →

Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio Free At The 17th CUNY Jazz Festival At City College In Harlem

Hammond B3 guru and National Endowment for the Arts jazz master Dr. Lonnie Smith will headline the gala concert of the 17th CUNY Jazz Festival. Continue Reading →

City Expanding Initiative Offering Free On-Site Compliance Consultation For Small Businesses

Commissioner Gregg Bishop (on the left) of NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) today, during National Small Business Week, announced the expansion of an initiative that offers free, on-site compliance consultations to help small business owners prevent costly fines and penalties.

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Harlem Parks To Host Free Athletics Classes For Seniors

City parks in a handful of Manhattan neighborhoods are offering seniors free tennis, walking and yoga classes this spring, nonprofit organization the City Parks Foundation announced Friday. Continue Reading →