Funeral services have been planned for Harlem DJ Jean Paul Guerrero, also known as Jinx Paul, who was killed Monday morning by a hit-and-run driver in East New York. Continue Reading →
Solomon Goodrich served for nearly a decade as Chairman of the Board for the Education of People of African Ancestry that operates at the Dr. John Henrik Clarke House 286 Convent Avenue in Harlem and managed its educational services. Continue Reading →
Some of New York’s more successful mortuary families from Harlem to Hollis have adapted their approach to funerals and diversified their business holdings. Continue Reading →
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