NYCEDC, DCLA Seek Partners For Affordable Artist Workspace Initiative

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) today launched two new efforts to build capacity for affordable artist workspace in New York City. Continue Reading →

4 Inches Of Snow Predicted From Harlem To Hollis

National Weather Service reports that a winter storm taking aim at New York City could dump up to four inches of snow Saturday night, latest forecasts predict. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: NY Now Homestyle Show (Photographs)

Photographs By Seitu Oronde

On Sunday, February 4, 2018, photographer Seitu Oronde was on hand to take these great photographs at the NY Now Homestyle Show in New York City. Continue Reading →

Learn From Expert Instructors At One Of NYC SBS Free Courses From Harlem To Hollis

NYC Department of Small Business Services offer courses for businesses of every stage, size, and industry throughout NYC where you can gain the business strategies and tools that will set you apart from the competition.

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Harlem’s Half Empty Has No Regrets (Video)

Last year, 22-year-old rapper Half-Empty made headlines nationwide when he finally met 81-year-old Florida resident Roz, with whom he developed a friendship after months of playing the Words With Friends app. Continue Reading →

Oprah, Salma, Trevor, Stephen, Yara And Lin-Manuel Talk Harvey Weinstein, #MeToo In Harlem

Hollywood Reporter reports that Salma Hayek Pinault attended a taping of Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations on Wednesday afternoon in New York City, ostensibly to discuss her activism this past year, especially in helping to catapult the #MeToo movement into the mainstream with other powerful women. Continue Reading →

Need Help With A Business Lease From Harlem To Hollis? You May Be Eligible For Free Legal Services

If your business needs help with a commercial lease issue in New York City, you may be eligible for free legal services.  Continue Reading →

NYC Emergency Management Department Today Issued A Travel Advisory From Harlem To Hollis

The New York City Emergency Management Department today issued a travel advisory for Wednesday, February 7, 2018. Continue Reading →

Harlem Cultural Archives: “Assemblymember Al Taylor,” Harlem NY (Full Video)

A great interview by the folks at Harlem Cultural Archives with Harlem Assembly member Al Taylor in New York City. Continue Reading →

Health Department Releases New Data Showing How NYers Are Exposed To Secondhand Smoke

The Health Department today released a new Vital Signs report on secondhand smoke exposure and smoke-free housing policies in New York City. Continue Reading →

Central Harlem Leads City In Rate Of Noise Complaints

Patch reports that Central Harlem had the highest rate of noise complaints in New York City between 2010 and 2015, according to a new report by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. Continue Reading →

DCA Releases Tips To Help New Yorkers Better Understand Their Student Loans

The NYC Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today announced the launch of DCA’s Quick Tips Once You Have Student Loans” to help New Yorkers understand their student loans and how to repay them. Continue Reading →

Dance Parade Registration Now Open From Harlem To Hollis

Join Dance Parade as they gear up for the 12th Annual Dance Parade and Festival May 19th 2018. Last year they repealed the Cabaret Law. This year they celebrate “The Cabaret of Life!”
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Bike Through NYC In Support Of Union Settlement

Union Settlement is proud to be an official Charity Partner of the 2018 TD Five Boro Bike Tour!

Join the country’s biggest bike ride on Sunday, May 6th and tour New York City while helping the vital programs we bring to East Harlem! Continue Reading →

Izola Ware Curry Tried To Assassinate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr In Harlem 1958 (Video)

Izola Curry June 14, 1916 – March 7, 2015, was an African-American woman who attempted to assassinate civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King JrContinue Reading →

NYC Health Department Identifies 10 Outbreaks Of Foodborne Illness Using Yelp Reviews

The Health Department today announced that since 2012, 10 outbreaks of foodborne illness were identified solely through a computer system jointly created with Columbia University’s Department of Computer Science in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

The Data Shows That School Segregation From Harlem To Hollis Still Exist

While explicitly racist segregation of American schools has been outlawed, education across the country is still largely divided along racial lines. Continue Reading →

Todd Gitlin Talks Jewish Legacies Of The 1960s And Liberalism And More At Columbia

The Center for Jewish History has announced the launch of a series of public programs, a talk of series on the legacies of the 1960s and liberalism with Columbia’s Todd Gitlin on March 27th 2018. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Signs Law Requiring Diaper Changing Stations From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio today signed Intro. 1241-A, which requires that public buildings provide diaper changing stations to all New York City parents. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: The Arts Are Here To Stay

By NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña

When I accepted the job of Chancellor, I knew right away that the arts would be a focal point of my tenure. Continue Reading →