Join host Danny Tisdale on HW Radio Podcast as he talks about the upcoming tribute The Revolution Will Be Jazz, TOO! by Harlem producer by Mark Harris to Harlem’s Gil Scott-Heron at Paris Blues in Harlem fundraiser for his project with Malcolm Jamal-Warner, bassist/vocalist MeShell Ndegeocello. Plus: shootings in Harlem what can be done; Hue-man books closes this week, and St. Nick’s Pub maybe closing soon – what price Harlem history.
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Story by Yolande Brener
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Harlem might have started out as a simple Dutch farming village, but since its beginnings in 1658, the area has become a cultural focal point of the City. Sectioned into West, Central and East neighborhoods, Harlem’s lowest point touches 96th Street and runs up to about 155th, spanning the width of Upper Manhattan. A series of boom and bust cycles have brought in various ethnicities over the centuries, but the area is particularly rich with African-American historical significance. Continue reading