By Savona Bailey-McClain
, known as the “Queen of Happiness” was one of the most successful entertainers of the 1920s.Continue reading
St. Paul's Chapel, on the Morningside Heights
campus of Columbia University
in Harlem, New York, is an Episcopal church built in 1903-07 and designed by I. N. Phelps Stokes, of the firm of Howells & Stokes.Continue reading
Morris "Moe" Berg, was born in Harlem on March 2, 1902 – May 29, 1972. Director Aviva Kempner says in her documentary, 'The Spy Behind Home Plate,'
that "the Bergs were cultural Jews who lived the American Dream in Harlem."
Securing 1.9 million meals for local families in need and restocking eight local food banks with more than 240 tons of needed non-perishable goods, NBC 4 New York and Telemundo 47 announced the final results for their second annual Feeding Our Families / Alimentando a Nuestras Familias food drive on Saturday, April 28, 2018.Continue reading
Harlem's Tracy Allen Lee gave her life caring for sick strangers and then found herself abandoned by the city she sacrificed so much for.Continue reading
Prepping for a job interview can be nerve-racking – not just if you’re an interviewee, but also if you’re the interviewer, says talent strategist Brian Mohr.Continue reading
By CC Minton
Stephen Burrows, one of the most influential black designers in American history, was joined by guest and legends of the fashion world at JB b.o.r.n. Vintage Fashion Show Room in Harlem.