Catholic Schools In East Harlem Hire John-Paul Barnaba As New Principal

Earlier this month, Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of New York began a new school year that may look different but has the same goal in mind. Continue Reading →

East Harlem Resident And Professor Jessica Krug Admits She Is Not Black (Update)

A seasoned activist and professor of African American history at George Washington University have been pretending to be Black for years, despite actually being a white woman from Kansas City. Continue Reading →

NYC Ferry To Extend Astoria Route To Serve Upper Manhattan

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced the extension of NYC Ferry’s Astoria route to serve the East 90th Street landing in Upper Manhattan. Continue Reading →

Target Adds 600 New Food Items To It’s Good & Gather Brand

WithTarget on 117th Street in East Harlem, its great to hear that Target is throwing a first birthday party for its Good & Gather line by giving the chain’s number-one-selling food brand another 600 items to tempt consumers with. Continue Reading →

Fearing Census Undercount, Pols Knock On Doors In Harlem

As fears grow over the possibility that Harlem residents will be undercounted in the 2020 Census, two East Side politicians took to the streets on Wednesday to encourage East Harlem residents to complete the census and be counted. Continue Reading →

Coalition Of Over 50 Nonprofits Calling For REFORM NYPD NOW

Over 50 nonprofit organizations – including social justice and advocacy organizations, religious congregations, and nonprofits providing vital education, health, housing, youth development. Continue Reading →

First East Harlem Class A Office Building Unveiled

Extell Development Company “Extell”, a full-service real estate developer of residential, commercial and hospitality properties, has unveiled its first East Harlem commercial development. Continue Reading →