Eight NYC schools were awarded the coveted title of National Blue Ribbon School Monday by the U.S. Department of Education and one of those schools was Harlem’s Success Academy Harlem 2.
Success Academy’s 6th annual Network Spelling Bee concluded last week after more than 9,000 scholars competed for first place by spelling words like, “iota,” “ludicrous,” and “recluse,” from Harlem to Continue Reading →
The VC firm Harlem Capital was built on the foundation of empowering entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds and eliminating barriers that stand in the way of access to capital.
In the midst of a pandemic, local non-profit Hit the Books (“HTB”), a sports-based youth development program, announced its inaugural opening in Harlem.
Altina Schinasi Miranda, August 4, 1907 – August 19, 1999, an American heiress, sculptor, filmmaker, entrepreneur, window dresser, designer, and best known for designing the Harlequin eyeglass or Cat-Eye frames.
Richard Charles Rodgers, June 28, 1902 – December 30, 1979, was an American composer, known largely for his work in musical theater.