Learn More About Columbia Journalism School At Columbia University In West Harlem

Harlem’s Columbia University invites you to learn more about Columbia Journalism School, where they lead the way to journalism’s future, educating and training students from around the world to pursue the truth and become accomplished professional journalists. Continue Reading →

Moving From A Rented Home Into Your Own Home – How To Do This When You Have Bad Credit

Many people want to move into their own home but are worried about how to do so because of their credit rating. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Dr. Laroche And Weill Cornell Medicine Unveil Paintings Of Four Diversity Leaders

Members of the Weill Cornell Medicine community gathered on October 25, 2019, in Gris Faculty Club to celebrate the unveiling of a set of paintings depicting four icons of diversity and inclusion reports at the institution. Continue Reading →

The 125th Street BID Announces Our Annual Harlem Light It Up 2019 Event

At a recent event, held at Settepani Restaurant on Malcolm X Blvd., the president and CEO of the 125th Street Business Improvement District, Barbara Askins, Continue Reading →

Harlem Rep. Espaillat And Others Stand In Solidarity To Protect DACA Recipients And Immigrant Families

Representative Adriano Espaillat was joined by Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights (NMCIR) and immigrant advocates during a press conference held earlier today at his Washington Heights district office. Continue Reading →

The Complete Harlem Moving Guide

Harlem is the perfect home for people who are looking to start anew. Besides the relatively lower cost of living, the neighborhood offers many benefits to professionals, students, and families alike. Continue Reading →

How Does Plastic Get Recycled From Harlem To Hollywood?

In 2015 34.5 million tons of plastic was disposed of, comprising 13% of all municipal solid waste (MSW) in the United States. However, only 3.14 million tons of plastics were recycled in 2015. Continue Reading →

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