City Parks Foundation Brings Free Senior Yoga And Fitness Walking Uptown

“Bloom into Spring fitness” to get your mind, body, and soul right. Across the borough from Harlem to Houston, the City Parks Foundation is kicking off its 2019 Spring Sports Program for seniors this month. Continue Reading →

Harlem Is Invited To The Lincoln Center Presents Free 60th Anniversary Block Party

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts marks the 60th anniversary of the center’s groundbreaking, kicking off the celebration with a free Block Party on Saturday, May 4 from 10:00 am–2:30 pm. Continue Reading →

James L. Allen, Artist-Photographer Of The Harlem Renaissance With Dr. Camara Holloway

Romare Bearden Foundation presents the Cinque Artist Program Series at Harlem School of the Arts. Continue Reading →

Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah And Harlem Stage Present The 3rd And Final Stretch Music Festival

Harlem Stage, the legendary uptown venue that for over 35 years has promoted the creative legacy of Harlem and artists of color from around the corner and across the globe, is proud to present its Spring 2019 season of performances. Continue Reading →

Join Free Live Reading At French Embassy, Nominees Unveiled For Reader’s Choice Award

Join the Albertine Prize for an evening of literary discovery as they reveal the five nominated titles of the Albertine Prize 2019! Continue Reading →

4th Annual Harlem2Haarlem Present Your Startup New York Pitch In Harlem

Let’s get ready to compete! Investors, entrepreneurs, and other business stakeholders are invited for the fourth edition of Present Your Startup New York with Silicon Harlem. Continue Reading →

Join Harlem Technology And Others For BDPA A look At Blockchain And Web 3.0 In 2019

Amazon, JP Morgan, Harlem Technology, New York State and BDPA (Black Data Processing Associates) with its first Crypto Task forces.

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Harlem Brewery Competes In Statewide Beer Contest To Become The Best Of The Best

A Harlem brewery will go head-to-head with beer makers from Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx in a competition to determine the city’s best craft brewery, according to organizers of the contest. Continue Reading →

Eiko Otake Honors Fukushima Years After Nuclear Disaster At St. John The Divine In Harlem

Eight years after a massive nuclear accident devastated the Japanese city of Fukushima, acclaimed dancer and movement artist Eiko Otake, Artist in Residence at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Continue Reading →