Harlem Globetrotters Dribbling Legend Fred “Curly” Neal Passes At 77

Fred “Curly” Neal, the dribbling wizard who entertained millions with the Harlem Globetrotters for parts of three decades, has died. He was 77. Continue Reading →

WeWork Harlem Tenants Bristle At Demands For Rent During Coronavirus Lockdown

A rebellion is brewing among WeWork tenants. Small business owners are bristling at the shared office giant’s demand that they continue paying rent at locations that remain open, despite a wave of stay-at-home orders in major cities around the world. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announces United Nations Mask Donation To Help Fight COVID-19

Mayor Bill de Blasio, U.N. Secretary General António Guterres and United States Ambassador Kelly Craft today announced the donation of 250,000 surgical masks to help New York City in its fight against COVID-19. Continue Reading →

Harlem Senator Benjamin’s Statement And Letter To Gov. Cuomo Regarding Parolees

Earlier this week Harlem Senator Brian Benjamin sent a statement to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo regarding parolees, here’s Senators Benjamin’s statement and letter.

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The Harlem Renaissance Shop: The Best Eyewear, Handcrafted Bags, Fabulous Skin, The Best Bags And More

This is The Harlem Renaissance Shop, a semi-frequent rundown of stylish new clothing, accessories, and gear our team is feeling for one reason or another—and, for lack of a better word, want. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: What Dementia Caregivers Need To Know From Harlem To Hollywood

Experts from the Alzheimer’s Association believe dementia does likely not increase a person’s risk for COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus. Continue Reading →

Lifetime’s “The Clark Sisters: First Ladies Of Gospel” Premieres In April 2020

From executive producers and Grammy Award winners Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige and Missy Elliott, comes the authorized musical tale of the incomparable gospel singers, The ClarkSisters. Continue Reading →

The Cathedral Of St. John The Divine Offers Online Prayer And Entertainment During COVID-19

While the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Harlem is temporarily closed, its clergy and staff will continue offer services online.

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