Top Bars from Across Harlem and Washington Heights/Inwood and the Bronx to Showcase best bartender skills to earn the distinction of “Best Uptown Bartender” As the Fall heats up, bartenders uptown Continue Reading →
NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Gregg Bishop today announced $1.17 million in grant awards to community based development organizations (CBDOs).
A resounding “YES!” was the answer to “Is Harlem Friendly for Families?” according to Sarah Saltzberg of Bohemia Realty Group (second from left), who joined the all-star panel at the Continue Reading →
The Hudson River Park Trust will open Pier 26 on September 30th, 2020, just 30 minutes south from Harlem, the first new public pier to open in the four-mile-long Hudson Continue Reading →
In renowned Rucker Park, playground legends Joe Hammond, Freddie Crawford, and Bob McCullough joined Friends of Public School Harlem (FPSH) and local elected officials to distribute boxes of food to Continue Reading →
New York City park goers emerging from their coronavirus cocoons this summer lodged twice as many complaints about trash than last season, 311 data shows.
City Parks Foundation (CPF), the only nonprofit whose mission is to offer programs in public parks in the five boroughs, will, for the first time, hold its 23rd annual CityParks Continue Reading →