A mental health worker for a maximum security psychiatric prison is wanted for allegedly raping and beating his girlfriend at her Harlem apartment Thursday — leaving her bloodied and naked on a fire escape, police sources said. Continue Reading →
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!
It’s almost time to vote on participatory budgeting projects for 2017. What is “participatory budgeting” you ask? Well, it’s not as boring as it’s name makes it sound. Continue Reading →
“When I first saw lacrosse, I thought it was only for boys, but it looked pretty cool.” — Karmen, 12
Beginning last winter, The Players’ Tribune followed the girls lacrosse team from P.S. 149 in Harlem during its 2015–16 season, documenting such moments as a practice on a small patch of astroturf at the school ..
Harlem World Magazine loves events with people who feel its better than to receive, that’s why we love this event with Celebrity Chef David Burke who will prepare a traditional Thanksgiving meal on Monday, Nov. 23, at 12 noon, for roughly 200 homeless men on Randalls Island. Continue Reading →
The annual Ethnic Festival attracts thousands of area residents and visitors to East Harlem each year where a unique meeting of cultures come together through music, dance, arts and crafts, ethnic cuisine, and educational activities for all ages. Continue Reading →