Department Of Consumers And Worker Protection And Restaurant Opportunities Centers United To Educate Restaurant Workers

Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) and the Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York (ROC-NY) are educating restaurant workers from Harlem to Hollis about their rights. Sign-Up for Constant Continue Reading →

Partnership To Care For Opioid Patients With Disorder Transferred From Jails To Prisons

New York City Health + Hospitals/Correctional Health Services (CHS) hails a new partnership that is allowing patients receiving methadone maintenance treatment in the City’s jail system from Harlem to the Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: The Jazz Age Lawn Party 2019 On Governors Island In NY (Photographs)

Photographs by Seitu Oronde Seitu was at the very elegant 1920s-themed party at the Jazz Age Lawn Party 2019 on June 15 and June 16, 2019, on Governors Island, New Continue Reading →

Assembly Passage Of Bill To Stop Higher Mid-Year Prescription Drug Costs A Good Start To #StopRxGreed

AARP New York State Director Beth Finkel issued the following statement in response to today’s New York State Assembly passage of a bill to prohibit health plans from changing out-of-pocket Continue Reading →

Harlem Restaurants Ordered Closed By NYC’s Health Department Last Week

From filth to flies — some restaurants across Harlem have dirty secrets they’d rather you didn’t know or think about. Fortunately for the diner’s well-being, New York City’s Health Department is watching. Sign-Up for Constant Contact Continue Reading →

Danny Simmons Rush Philanthropic Arts Elects First Black Female Board President

Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation (Rush Arts) co-founder and Harlem fave Danny Simmons have announced the organization’s main office has moved from New York City to Philadelphia, PA. Sign-Up for Constant Continue Reading →

Actors’ Equity And Others Applauds The Bipartisan Performing Artist Tax Parity Act

Harlem is home to some of the most talented artists in the world, so it was great to hear that the Actors’ Equity Association, the national union representing more than Continue Reading →