Get The “Taste Of East Harlem”

Union Settlement’s Business Development Center’s “Buy Local Initiative” is excited to present the first TASTE OF EAST HARLEM, a food and beverage event showcasing the diversity of East Harlem’s culinary Continue Reading →

$45 million Awarded Woman Who Suffered Brain Damage In East Harlem

A jury awarded $45.2 million to a brain-damaged philanthropist and her family who sued an East Harlem mall where two youths tossed a shopping cart onto her head. The Harlem Continue Reading →

Come Celebrate The “East Harlem Working Together,” Campaign At MNN In Harlem

Come celebrate East Harlem | Working Together a campaign created for Union Settlement by Worldstudio Foundation, in collaboration with artist Edel Rodriguez to promote economic development and small business support. Continue Reading →

East Harlem Launches Tax And Financial Coaching Services For Small Businesses

Newswire reports that East Harlem Financial Services has launched tax and financial coaching services for entrepreneurs and small businesses. The services are available for small business owners under $150,000. The Continue Reading →

East Harlem’s “Getting Out And Staying Out” Marks Record Fundraising Year (Photographs)

Last Wednesday, April 25th, 2018, an evening at a gala hosted by CNN’s John Berman at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers, post-Rikers reentry nonprofit Harlem’s Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) celebrated a record Continue Reading →

East Harlem’s African/Afro-Caribbean Legendary Poet Julia de Burgos 1914 – 1953

Julia de Burgos, February 17, 1914 – July 6, 1953, was a poet from Puerto Rico. As an advocate of Puerto Rican independence, she served as Secretary General of the Daughters of Freedom, Continue Reading →

Join East Harlem Park As They Host The 11th Annual Street Games Festival

Patch reports East Harlem’s Thomas Jefferson Park, located on First Avenue between East 111th and 114th streets, will be transported back to the ’60s and ’70s for the city’s 11th Continue Reading →