By Lil Nickelson The Harlem Swing Dance Society (“THSDS”) is leading a dance renaissance in Harlem, the birth place of the lindy hop and swing.
Christie’s is pleased to present its first collaborative exhibition and silent auction to benefit City College Center for the Arts (CCCA) entitled 100 YEARS OF HARLEM: Resonating Around the World.
Juneteenth marks one year since the Harlem community announced it would install its own Black Lives Matter street mural.
Uber Eats is unveiling a new outdoor pavilion that will help Harlem restaurants keep serving customers during the worst winter days.
The Black Lives Matter Harlem Street Mural project kicked off on Friday, July 3, with a full presentation of speakers including Rev. Al Sharpton, Attorney General Letitia James, State Senator Brian Benjamin, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and Mayor Bill DeBlasio, among others.
Harlem, the global center of Black culture, is installing a Black Lives Matter street mural that will stretch across Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, between 125th and 127th streets.
A note from Harlem. Harlem EatUp is happening NOW – with fine dining collaborations taking place at your favorite Harlem restaurants as we speak!
On Tuesday, October 27th, 2015 Essence Magazine held a awards ceremony for their sponsors at MIST Harlem in Harlem, New York.
By Rudy Collins The Sugar Hill Apartments hosts “If You Build It”, an exquisite art show curated by Omo Misha, presented by No Longer Empty.
On our 5-year anniversary of presenting site-specific art, No Longer Empty’s exhibition “If You Build It” takes root in Sugar Hill—the legendary epicenter of the Harlem Renaissance.
By now most holiday decorations have been put up, but after the holidays they’ll all come down.
Cycling is not just a mode of transportation or a way to stay fit; it’s a passion that takes enthusiasts on adventures, whether through urban streets or rugged trails.
Are you thinking about investing in a vacation rental home?
Have you ever picked up a product in the store, only to be confused by its label?
Jewish clergy from across New York City sent a letter today calling for Mayor Eric Adams to rescind his recent directive that will involuntarily detain New Yorkers who are perceived to be suffering from a mental health crisis.