Join The Harlem World Magazine Team (update)

harlem world magazine big logo4Harlem World Magazine is a 12 year old media company that curates Harlem content for our 35k weekly fans around the world. We have many exciting opportunities to get involved. Continue Reading →

Go App Over Harlem World Magazine Content

blockfeed-logoWe know that headline is cheesy, but we thought it would get your attention. We want to remind you that our partnership with Blockfeed and their app gives you to access to the best Harlem World Magazine content when you’re in Harlem. Continue Reading →

The New Harlem World Locals Show With Lil Nickelson

lil nickelson in harlemIt’s the debut of the Harlem World Locals Show. Great personalities from the beautiful scene of historic Harlem. Today’s first guest is long time local Lil Nickelson, she is community food chef, a food entrepreneur and senior food editor with Harlem World magazine.
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Your Invited To A Bed Aerobics Fitness Flow At Raymour & Flanigan In Harlem


On Thursday, August 27th Join Fitness Instructor and Author Monifa Maat at the 125th Street Showroom of Raymour & Flanigan as she gives a live demonstration of the her fitness program which is the subject of her book, Bed Aerobics Fitness Flow (we interviewed her about her aerobics class by the same name afew months ago). Continue Reading →

4 Ways To Bring Love To Your Business

native ad imageSponsored Love is Harlem World’s (HW) name for our Advertorial content, such as E-Mail Blasts, Contributors, Branded and Radio content that is sponsored by our clients to engage our 1,5 million fans around the world annually.

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Silicon Harlem’s Youth Education & Career Conference 2.0

By Diane Allford

On Saturday, August 8th, Silicon Harlem and the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, held the Youth Education & Career Conference 2.0 for teens and young adults. Continue Reading →

The Claremont Hotel, Harlem, New York 1915


A spectacular night-time photograph looking south of the Claremont Hotel, located just a block north of Grant’s Tomb, was a legendary, Riverside venue (between 121st and 123rd Streets) for the well-to-do in its day in West Harlem, New York.
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