West Harlem’s John A. Catsimatidis, 1948 –

John A. Catsimatidis, born September 7, 1948 is a Greek-American billionaire businessman and radio talk show host. Click Here To Tell Your Harlem Story! The Harlem Love connection: Subscribe To Continue Reading →

NYC Youngsters Enjoy Festivities At Annual Police Athletic League Holiday Party In Harlem

Click Here To Tell Your Harlem Story! On Saturday, December 8th, 2018, over 400 boys and girls, ages five to 12, from PAL (Police Athletic League) After School programs in Continue Reading →

Philanthropist Jean Shafiroff Hosts Event In Honor Of Victims Of The 2018 California Wildfires

Jean Shafiroff, prominent philanthropist and author, who hosted a holiday cocktail party at her private residence which was held in honor of the thousands of victims of the deadly 2018 Continue Reading →

Geraldo Rivera Celebrates Release Of New Book The Geraldo Show: A Memoir With Rao Buddy And More (Photos)

Iconic broadcaster and author, Geraldo Rivera, celebrated his new book The Geraldo Show: A Memoir (published by BenBella Books) with a book party with Bo Dietl who partnered with Geraldo on Continue Reading →

MTA’s Subway Repairs Could Mean More Overnight Service Shutdowns

NY Curbed reports that as the MTA prepares to implement an $836 million action plan to fix the crumbling subway system, the agency’s chairman, Joe Lhota, told riders to prepare for more overnight repairs—and thus, Continue Reading →

Harlem Democratic Boss Still Owes $200K From Failed 2016 Congressional Bid

New documents filed with the Federal Election Commission show Manhattan Democratic Party chairman Keith Wright still $202,337.72 in the hole from his unsuccessful campaign to replace retired Harlem Congressman Charles Rangel last year Click Continue Reading →

Police Athletic League Hosts Annual Holiday Party At PAL Harlem Center For Manhattan Children

On December 10, 2016, the Police Athletic League (PAL), the city’s largest, independent, nonprofit youth organization, hosted hundreds of boys and girls, ages six to 10, from all five boroughs Continue Reading →