At 6-foot-4, George Gregory stood tall not only on the basketball court in the late 1920s but also in the annals of Harlem history and beyond.
The virtual mini-lecture series this Fall 2023 is hosted by some of our world-renowned faculty members at Harlem’s Columbia University.
Harlem’s Columbia University’s new Business School buildings – Henry R. Kravis Hall and David Geffen Hall – have been selected as finalists!
New York-based bassist, composer, bandleader, producer, and educator Dezron Douglas returns to Harlem’s Miller Theatre with his acclaimed quartet.
Days ago, Yevgeny Prigozhin, head of the Wagner Group—a private military company playing a key role in the conflict in Ukraine now the conversation has comes to Harlem.
Things To Do, straight from Borough President Gale Brewer‘s newsletter Updates, curated happenings all around the world of Harlem.
On Tuesday, April 18th, 9 AM to 1 PM , you are invited to join the first Happy Munkey, Choose Happy Symposium event, at the Columbia Forum in partnership with Community Board 9.
This semester-long comprehensive program of informative and skills-building classes (including Quickbooks (Feb, Mar and Apr)) and 1 to 1 business counseling for small business owners with a profit motive.
Along Inwood’s waterfront were a series of boathouses, with two being owned by Columbia University in Harlem, NY.
New York Public Radio announced today that Lindsay Foster Thomas has been named Vice President, WNYC Studios, home to some of the industry’s most innovative, enduring and influential public radio shows and podcasts.
Environmental justice advocate Peggy Shepard will deliver the keynote address at Columbia Climate School’s inaugural Class Day ceremony.
New York Blood Center’s Project ACHIEVE and Harlem‘s Columbia University’s Columbia Research Unit are working in partnership.
Amanda Seales, creator, and host of Smart, Funny, and Black Entertainment, just finished a successful run portraying Tiffany DuBois on HBO’s hit dramedy, Insecure.
“One of the top jazz pianists in the world” (The Los Angeles Times), the NEA Jazz Master Kenny Barron makes his long-overdue Miller debut with the trio he has been leading for the last decade.
Columbia University invites members of the Upper Manhattan community to apply to join the 10th cohort of A’Lelia Bundles Community Scholars.