Missing Teen Sex Trafficking Victim Has Been Passed Around Between Pimps And Sent To NY

A missing Pennsylvania teen victimized by sex traffickers has likely been shuttled between pimps and moved out of New York, the Daily News has learned. Continue Reading →

When Is The NYC Marathon 2017 And How Does It Effect Harlem?

Whether you’re sitting in your East Harlem lacing up your running shoes for a training session or in Sugar Hill gathering glitter glue and poster board for those inspirational signs, we hope you’re getting excited for the NYC Marathon 2017. Continue Reading →

Yummy, After Three Years, A Neighborhood Favorite Reopens In Harlem

NY Eater reports that three years after it closed, Devin’s Fish & Chips has reopened in Harlem, one of the seafood cafes and carryouts that have been staples of the neighborhood. Continue Reading →

The Collectors Series Work By Chief Nike Okundaye At Sugar Hill In Harlem

A lecturer at Harvard University, featured as one of OkayAfrica.com’s The Best African Art in 2014, work as part of the art collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art and countless honors, Chief Nike Okundaye is the epitome of a “Renaissance Woman” carrying the torch as an artist, social entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Continue Reading →

Lottery For Units In Sugar Hill Buildings Opens

A lottery for 16 newly renovated apartments, spread between two buildings in Sugar Hill area of Harlem, is now accepting applications. Continue Reading →

A&E To Sell Four-Building Portfolio For $60M In Harlem

A group of investors led by Sugar Hill Capital Partners and Abro Management is in contract to buy a four-building portfolio from A&E Real Estate Holdings for $60 million, sources told The Real Deal. Continue Reading →

An Opening Celebration Of Art In Flux At The Leo In Harlem

bohmia-real-estateBohemia Realty Group’s Beth Gittleman, and Jon Goodell, celebrate the successful opening of the Art In Flux curated “Four Flights Up” exhibition at The Leo in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Harlem Jazz Legend Marjorie Eliot At Sugar Hill Museum In Harlem

marjorie-eliot1Harlem jazz legend and Sugar Hill resident Marjorie Eliot will perform at the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum, this month, as they we kicked off their ‘adult’ series Nights At Sugar Hill In Harlem. Continue Reading →

‘When Sugar Hill Was Sweet: A Woman’s Work Is Never Done’ Talk At The Schomburg In Harlem

eslanda-talk-in-harlem1This engaging discussion will pay tribute to the dynamic women of 409 and 555 Edgecombe, some of whom history has been relegated to the background, eclipsed by the famous men they married. Continue Reading →

Best Places To Go For Labor Day In Harlem

east-harlem1Before you say good bye to summer, go out with a bang on Labor Day. Whether you want ideas for a cool spot in south Harlem or you just want a staycation further uptown or around Harlem villages, we’ve listed the best places and other things to do, including ways to have the best ever Labor Day weekend. Continue Reading →

Harlem Council Member Mark Levine’s 3rd Annual Back-to-School Block Party

mark levine 2Council Member Mark Levine (District 7) will host the Third Annual Back-to-School Block Party at 141st Street (between Hamilton Place and Amsterdam Avenue) on Thursday, August 25th, 2016 from 5 – 8 P.M. Continue Reading →

Greenhouse Arts Center’s Spring Recital in Harlem

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Check out Greenhouse Arts Center’s Spring Recital being held in Harlem at the Church of the Intercession next Saturday, June 11th at 3:00pm.

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Apply For The Artist Residency Program At Sugar Hill Museum

jpegNoMAA is pleased to announce a partnership with Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling and No Longer Empty on the second annual Artist Residency Program at Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling (#SugarHillAIR) Continue Reading →

Harlem Poet William Stanley Beaumont Braithwaite 1878 – 1962

9--William Stanley Braithwaite-poetWilliam Stanley Beaumont Braithwaite December 6, 1878 – June 8, 1962, was an American writer, poet and literary critic., who lived in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

729-731 St. Nicholas Avenue Sugar Hill, Harlem New York 1891

729-731 St Nicholas AvenueForgotten NY qoutes Harlem’s historian Michael Henry Adams, author of Harlem: Lost and Found who describes Sugar Hill’s architecture (P.T. Barnum house, St. John’s Baptist Church, St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal): Continue Reading →