NYC Announces BIDs From Harlem To Hollis Invested Nearly $159 Million In NYC 2018

NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Gregg Bishop today announced the City’s Business Improvement Districts (BIDS) invested over $158.9 million in New York City neighborhoods during fiscal year Continue Reading →

Many Millennials Home Buyers From Harlem To Hollywood Are Feeling Buyer’s Remorse

Millennials have helped fuel the rebound in the housing market Harlem To Hollywood by purchasing their first homes reports our source. Harlem World Magazine, relies on its readers for support. Continue Reading →

How Plastic Particles End Up In Our Bodies From Harlem To Harare

By Dr. Mercola It was a sad day in October 2015 when researchers from the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) announced they had detected Continue Reading →

A New HUD Rule Could Force Thousands Of Harlemites And Others From Public Housing

A Trump administration proposal to strip public housing subsidies from undocumented immigrant families would affect thousands of New Yorkers, according to the federal agency pushing it reports our source. Harlem Continue Reading →

Get The Low Down On Harlem Collage Master Romare Bearden At The High Museum

The Harlem high priest of collage is at the High Museum of Art’s upcoming show, Something Over Something Else: Romare Bearden’s Profile Series opening in Atlanta Harlem World Magazine, relies Continue Reading →

Celebrate Harlem With A Renaissance Tour, A Drag Brunch And Vogue Dancing

The Black and LGBT community had a tremendous impact on not only the trajectory of the Harlem Renaissance but on the type of community Harlem would grow into as well. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Mt Sinai Medical School Sued For Sex, And Age Discrimination

Current and former employees of Harlem’s Mount Sinai Hospital have sued the institution and several high-ranking executives there for rampant sex discrimination and creating a toxic workplace environment for women. Continue Reading →