HW Pick: Bideawee And Goldman Sachs Sponsor Pet Vet Exams For Homeless Pet Owners

harlem-the-husky-dog-picture-1-54dd3230c7326d44d000001fHarlem World Cares loves when organizations take that extra step by partnering with a non-profit and/or for-profit organization to assist them in meeting their goals and community needs. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: 2016 Harlem Week’s Harlem Day At Grants Tomb (Photographs)

hw2Photographs By Seitu Oronde

On Sunday, July 31, 2016, the annual Harlem Week’s event Harlem Day took place at Grants Tomb at 121st Street and Riverside Drive in West Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Harlem Art Collective And You Too Can Raise Money To Renovate Langston Hughes’ Harlem Home

langston-hughes glamour in harlemThe Harlem brownstone in which Harlem poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist Langston Hughes spent the last 20 years of his life is now empty, unoccupied and in disrepair. But that may change soon. Continue Reading →

Free School Supplies For Kids From Harlem To Hollis

Oregami-withthe-kids2School supplies can cost a bundle, but families who are in need (or simply have back to school street smarts) can find free gear around New York at the following events (and even online) before send the kids back to school. Continue Reading →

With Power Outtages And Residents In The Dark It’s ‘Hotter Than Hell’ In Harlem

heat and hot harlem1The New York heat turned downright diabolical Saturday as oppressive humidity made it feel like 110 degrees — and power outages left some residents to swelter. Continue Reading →

Man Smokes Crack, Strips Naked Riding Harlem Train

3 train subway in harlem1There’s no knowing exactly what awaits as one swipes through the turnstile and descends into New York’s subway system. Continue Reading →

Alpha Blondy Free At Summerstage In Harlem

alpha blondSince his first success in the ’80s with the panafrican hit “Opération Coup De Poing (Brigadier Sabari),” Alpha Blondy has continued to provide unparalleled reggae music to his fans across the globe. Continue Reading →

HBA Inspires, Empowers & Eliminates Obstacles For African-American Harlem Women Entrepreneurs

hba2The Harlem Business Alliance (HBA) of Harlem, New York has always been on the forefront for leading community economic development. Continue Reading →

Richard Huey’s Aunt Dinah’s Kitchen In Harlem NY 1940’s

b7f317c22c3ba5820ab4d5ff3d488eb5Times Square has its Sardi’s. But for Harlem‘s theater folk in the 1930s and 1940s, Broadway star Richard Huey’s restaurant called Aunt Dinah’s Kitchen was the joint most relished. Continue Reading →

Horse & Wagons, Lenox And 126th Street Harlem NY 1901

lenox-126th-street-horse-wagons-lined-the-streets-in-harlem-ny-1901-241It’s the winter of 1901, on a sunny Harlem day, with bare trees at Lenox Avenue and 126th Street with horses and wagons lined the street in New York.

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