Harlem’s got talent! Join Harlem School for the Arts for Open Mic Night! Poets, musicians, and actors are welcome to showcase their talent and forms of creative expression. Continue Reading →
The Emma L. Bowen Community Service Center, one of Harlem’s leading community-based organizations dedicated to providing supportive behavioral health services to clients throughout the five boroughs, today announced the recipients of the 2018 Humanitarian Awards and Community Leadership Award. Continue Reading →
The folks at Refinery29 report that time to do a few cartwheels because Target is kicking off its “Fun Run” sale starting this Sunday — and it’s giving us an exclusive peek at the special offers for the upcoming week. Continue Reading →
Around the 1840’s Harlem and New York City was the birthplace of rowing in the United States and continued to be the center of rowing activity until the 1950’s.
A source reports that on Friday night, September 7th, Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh and some “Very Special Friends” took the stage at Harlem’s fabled Apollo Theater to benefit live music-oriented voter registration and activism non-profit, HeadCount. Continue Reading →