On Tuesday, November 15, 2016, fashion, film, Art and finance industries best gathered together in New York City to celebrate the release of Rice & Rocks, a new children’s book written by Sandra L. Richards.
By Grace Bonney Chef, restauranteur, author and opera singer, Alexander Smalls is a self-described “social minister” in New York City. He is always on the go, bringing together people from across the city and treating them to great entertainment and wonderful food.
Here’s a great behind-the-scenes photograph posted by chef and owner Alexander Smalls and Chelsea Clinton at Minton’s Harlem, in New York.
By CC Minton On Tuesday, March 3rd, Former Chairman and CEO of Time Warner Dick Parsons and Executive Chef & Harlem Restaurateur Alexander Smalls were honored, in front of 800 guests, at the 25th Anniversary Benefit celebration of the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP).
Union Theological Seminary announces that Harlem culinary legend Alexander Smalls has joined the Board of Advisors of the Union Food Lab, a recently created food incubator and culinary training institute in Harlem.
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Citizens Committee for New York City (CitizensNYC) today announced the re-opening of its All-In Neighborhood Grants program.
Citizens Committee for New York City (CitizensNYC) today announced ‘All In for New York City’ Week, a series of events and volunteer opportunities taking place.
By Etu Evans It is that time again where everyone clamors to make New Year’s resolutions, realizing they have 365 unblemished days to shift their trajectory and try a new recipe for success.
On October 22, 2019, the Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) Masquerade Ball and After Party is one of the most coveted events of the Fall season in New York City.
The Robb Reports writes that Joseph “JJ” Johnson’s trip to Ghana changed his life. After stints in big kitchens, he found himself cooking in the Morgan Stanley executive dining room.
In two of the most renowned and historic venues in Harlem, Alexander Smalls and JJ Johnson created a unique take on the Afro-Asian-American flavor profile and talk about it in their book, Between Harlem and Heaven: Afro-Asian-American Cooking for Big Nights, Weeknights, and Every Day.
The Harlem School of the Arts recently held its annual Fall Fundraiser 2017, a Masquerade Ball at New York’s Plaza Hotel.
Minton’s, the historic jazz club located at 206 West 118th Street in Harlem and founded in 1938, announces that it will re-open on Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 with an all-new menu by Executive Chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson and a renowned musical line-up of emerging jazz artists.
New York Eater reports that the Stylish Harlem restaurant The Cecil will shut its doors at the end of the month, but it won’t be the end of the line for the food.