On Wednesday, December 9th, 2020, Spectrum, the leading broadband, video, and voice provider, present a Harlem non-profit in Harlem, New York.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Harlem’s Street Corner Resources teamed today for a youth town hall meeting to discuss gun violence prevention, jobs, and more with residents in Harlem.
State Senator Marisol Alcántara, together with Iesha Sekou, executive director of Street Corner Resources and local at-risk youth, announced $35,000 in state funding to provide anti-violence programming in Harlem.
Join the Shine on Harlem Challenge and experience the dazzling light and sound displays along 125th Street right here in Harlem.
F.Y. Eye is the nation’s only nonprofit social impact media organization amplifying nonprofit messages through a network of digital screens in trusted community spaces across NYC.
Playwright and author Lorraine Hansberry, 1930-1965)\, who redefined theater in the 1960s, will be celebrated in Harlem as the 2022 inductee to the American Poets Corner.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez today announced a nearly two-mile expansion.
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine is honored to announce Muriel Rukeyser as the 2021 inductee to the American Poets Corner.
Today, New York City and State elected officials, alongside the Asian American Federation, hate crime victims, and community leaders
Today, Saturday, May 22nd, 2021, Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, Congress Member Adriano Espaillat, Assembly Member Carmen De La Rosa, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer,
Curfew will Be Issued For NYC Governor Says A curfew will be imposed for New York City Monday night, Governor Andrew Cuomo says, days after violent protests ended with looting, vandalism, fires and clashes between protestors and police.
This afternoon, Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez commemorated the life and memory of Flor Maria Miolan, Dominican immigrant and champion of children in need.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today released DOT’s new Borough Pedestrian Safety Plans, which target the next wave of streets and intersections the City will make safer for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers from Harlem to Hollis.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams today announced that the administration will fund the city’s Crisis Management System (CMS) at a record level of $86 million in Fiscal Year 2024 via an investment of an additional $8.5 million.
Harlem will host its first large-scale sculpture exhibition in Spring, 2024.