Harlem, Prepare For Hurricane Joaquin


From Harlem City Councilperson Mark Levine

New York City is preparing for rain, wind and flooding over the next couple of days and for a yet uncertain impact by Hurricane Joaquin. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announces New Homelessness Services

harlemless in harlemMayor Bill de Blasio today announced $12.3 million on homelessness prevention services to expand free legal representation in Housing Court and help thousands of New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis facing eviction or harassment stay in their homes. Continue Reading →

Dorothy Skinner Street Naming In Harlem


By Rudy Collins

The family and neighborhood friends of Dorothy Skinner gathered at 140th Street and Amsterdam Avenue in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

SAGE Harlem Center to Announce New Funding

marl levine 2On Friday, September 25, City Council Member Mark Levine will join older LGBT adults at SAGE Harlem Center for a special announcement on new programmatic support for the center. Continue Reading →

Harlem School For The Arts Open House 2015

Alfred-Preisser-Eric-Pryor-Mark-Levine-Nina-Olson_photo-by-Byron-McCray (1)On Saturday, September 12th, 2015 was the Harlem School of the Arts Open House in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

New Bus Lane Coming To 125th Street In Harlem

m60There is transportation news to report on select bus service along 125th Street. Years of advocacy by leaders and transportation advocates has yielded these results. Continue Reading →

Councilperson Levine’s Harlem Office Gets New Mural

west harlm artFor weeks in the summer heat, young artists from Creative Art Works were busy planning and painting a new mural outside City Council member Mark Levine’s Harlem district office. Continue Reading →