A federal court issued a decision today that will help protect the health and right to vote of medically vulnerable Alabamians.
On a narrow street in Harlem sits the oldest black church in New York state, one of many black congregations that developed in the decades before slavery ended nationwide and Continue Reading →
Verizon customers from Harlem To Huntsville, AL had trouble sending and receiving text messages Tuesday morning due to a service outage, the telecommunications company announced.
We know, you’re asking yourself, what does Alabama Football coach Nick Saban have to do with Harlem? Well, Harlem is about being your best, and coach Saban gives us some Continue Reading →
Looking at the NCAA football games today, we love the song “Sound & Color” for the new iPad Pro by the group Alabama Shakes, not Harlem Shakes.
Trixie Smith, c.1885/1895 – September 21, 1943, was an American blues singer, recording artist, vaudeville entertainer, and actress who lived in Harlem.