Here are photos of the completed mural by Paul Deo at the Corner Social at the corner at 126th Street and Lenox Avenue. The Corner Social teamed up with Harlem Arts Alliance to find Mr. Deo. Continue reading
Posted in Art, Harlem art, HArlem visual art
Tagged Anahi Angelone, Danny Tisdale, Harlem, Harlem Arts Alliance, Josephine Baker, Lenox Avenue, Madame CJ Walker, Malcolm X, Maya Angelou, Michael Feeney, Paul DEO, Romare Bearden, Sherri Shepherd, Willie Walker
Manhattan’s Physician Group (MPG) has opened a multi-specialty medical practice at 215 West 125th Street, between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and Frederick Douglass Boulevards in Harlem to provide coordinated health care with increased access and convenience for all residents in the community. Continue reading
Posted in Central Harlem, Harlem fitness, Harlem food, Harlem health, Health, Healthy Harlem
Tagged Caroline Gainey, Courtney Jones, Dave Mahder, Dr. Courtney Jones, Dr. Kenneth Redcross, Dr. Navarra Rodriguez, Dr. William Gillespie, Earl “The Pearl” Monroe, EmblemHealth, Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, Harlem, Howard Tepper, Manhattan, Maurice Cummings, Michelle Paige Paterson, William Gillespie, Willie Walker
By Daniel Tisdale
Leaders, Legends & Trailblazers is a series of conversations by Daniel Tisdale with the women and men who have contributed greatly to the community, commerce and/or celebrity of Harlem.
Mr. Willie Walker is a man of diverse interests and pure passions. From his early work during the 1960′s Civil Rights Movement, and the historic March on Washington, to his work on the creation of the first anonymous HIV testing program in Harlem, Mr. Walker has been dedicated to the development of his community. Continue reading
We thought it worth reporting on the new construction underway on the Harlem State Office Building plaza on the northwest corner of 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.,.
The construction project was initiated by building manager Willie Walker, as part of a two year $11 million dollar project.
Look forward a follow-up story soon.
Photograph by David Makonnen.
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The NAACP’s Hazel Dukes and Willie Walker from the State Office Building taking a Pedi-Cab ride to celebrate Earth Day with our freinds from ShareNYC.