Metropolitan Baptist Church In Harlem Receives Needed 2021 Sacred Sites Grant

The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced 17 Sacred Sites Grants totaling $267,000 awarded to historic religious properties throughout New York State. Like this article? Get our Harlem Newsletter straight Continue Reading →

Mother A.M.E. Zion Church in Harlem Receives New York Landmarks Conservancy Sacred Sites Grant

The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced eight Sacred Sites Grants totaling $140,000 awarded to historic religious properties throughout New York State, including $30,000 to Mother A.M.E. Zion Church in Harlem to Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Mt. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Receives Sacred Sites Grant From NY Landmarks

The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced 21 Sacred Sites Grants totaling $337,000 awarded to legendary historic religious properties throughout New York State. Like this article? Get our Harlem Newsletter Continue Reading →

Old Broadway Synagogue In Harlem Receives NY Landmarks Conservancy Sacred Sites Grant

The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced a $5,000 grant to Old Broadway Synagogue in Harlem to help fund structural repairs to reinforce floor joists and beams. Like this article? Continue Reading →

Manhattan Congregations Open Doors To “Sacred Sites Open House” From Uptown To Downtown

The New York Landmarks Conservancy’s ninth annual “Sacred Sites Open House” (May 18 & 19, 2019) offers New Yorkers the opportunity to explore many of the state’s world-class houses of Continue Reading →

Join The National Black Theatre 125th Street Pop-Up Dance Take Over In Harlem

Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre (NBT) closes out its golden anniversary season with the world premiere of 125th & FREEdom, a five-hour public performance dance project by Ebony Continue Reading →

“Dis/Location (Fort Tryon)” Located In Washington Heights

The Fort Tryon Park Trust and Drastic Action present “Dis/Location (Fort Tryon),” a 35-minute, sitespecific dance exploring the experience of immigration, performed on the rugged slope of the Billings Lawn. Continue Reading →