Harlem’s International House New York, also known as I-House, is a private, independent, non-profit residence and program center for postgraduate students.
The earliest means of transportation around New York City Harbor, from Harlem to Brooklyn and Staten Island and to trading was moored offshore was rowboats from 96th Street to 155th Continue Reading →
The city’s community foundation has announced $7.9 million in grants to 58 nonprofits to tackle issues facing communities as they adapt to a post-pandemic life.
There’s plenty of time to head from Harlem to Pittsburgh for the August Wilson African American Cultural Center especially with diva Chaka Khan headlining the Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival.
New York City is an incredible place, home to millions of citizens and a growing selection of local and international offerings.
The New York Community Trust has announced $9.9 million in grants to 53 nonprofits, so they can make progress in the fight against COVID-19 and help the city become more Continue Reading →
The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) announced the first two Spring 2021 virtual “Made in NY” Talks, which are starting next week.
Astor Row is the name given to 130th Street between Fifth Avenue and Lenox Avenue in Harlem.
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