The Celebration of the American Labor Force from Harlem to Hawaii. Continue Reading →
By Bretton Love
As soon as the sun becomes brighter and the temperature starts soaring, many of us plan for the fun-filled and relaxed days coming our way. Continue Reading →
There’s no better way to honor Labor Day than by not working and, instead, buying a bunch of clothes for less money than usual. Continue Reading →
Before you say good bye to summer, go out with a bang on Labor Day. Whether you want ideas for a cool spot in south Harlem or you just want a staycation further uptown or around Harlem villages, we’ve listed the best places and other things to do, including ways to have the best ever Labor Day weekend. Continue Reading →
A “tropical depression” in the Gulf of Mexico, reclassified as a tropical storm and given the clunky moniker Tropical Storm Hermine (pronounced “her-mean”) Wednesday afternoon, may be heading straight for New York City, according to a graphic released by government weather officials. Continue Reading →
Harlem World Magazine wishes each and everyone of our readers a happy Labor Day, the first Monday in September 2015. Continue Reading →
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