In today’s fast-paced digital world, connecting with your audience requires a bit of magic.
The National Association of Women Artists is primarily a volunteer-run organization with members from Harlem to Hollywood.
In the fast-paced world of business, mergers and acquisitions (M&As) play a crucial role in growth and expansion.
Harlem’s WE ACT is hosting a virtual briefing on extreme heat for media, officials, advocates, and community members, given the recent record-breaking heat on July 3rd and 4th, 2023.
Days ago, Yevgeny Prigozhin, head of the Wagner Group—a private military company playing a key role in the conflict in Ukraine now the conversation has comes to Harlem.
Are you tired of the same old employee engagement tactics? Virtual happy hours just not cutting it anymore?
The Harlem-based The Africa Center presents Beyond the Field: The Rise of African Football on March 29th from 6:30-8 PM EST.
You’e invited to join the cast and creators of the Bounce Original series FINDING HAPPY.
Thrifting just got even easier. Goodwill has announced that shoppers will now be able to look through its inventory from the comfort of their own homes.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced its Virtual ExpressCare service has issued over 20,000 prescriptions for Paxlovid and 6,800 monoclonal antibody infusions to treat Covid, potentially preventing over 1,550 hospital visits and over 300 deaths.
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust announced today a $3.9 million grant to NYC Health + Hospitals to launch and integrate a new tele-behavioral health service into its virtual urgent care platform.
Due to an overwhelming interest by members of the public to make their voices heard on service changes proposed by the Long Island Rail Road.
Schools Chancellor David C. Banks today announced A School Without Walls Program, a new NYCDOE high school program offering students a new way of learning through Hybrid and Virtual schooling pathways.
Common Ground Committee (CGC), a nonpartisan, citizen-led nonprofit dedicated to reducing polarization, and 92NY’s Newmark Civic Life Series.
From May 9-15, 2022, Samantha Shay’s short film Mother Melancholia will be available for on-demand viewing via pay what you can, and all funds raised will go towards aiding the Ukrainian people.