Ways To Bond With Friends During The Community Lockdown

By Bretton Love

It’s fair to say that the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak has taken the world by surprise. Continue Reading →

The National Emergency Library Makes 1.5 Million Books Free To Read Right Now

The coronavirus has closed libraries in countries all around the world. Or rather, it’s closed physical libraries: each week of struggle against the epidemic that goes by, more resources for books open to the public on the internet. Continue Reading →

NY Senate Subscribes To Bill To Help New Yorkers Cancel Subscription-Based Services

Today, the New York State Senate voted to pass consumer protection legislation for consumers from Harlem to the Hudson sponsored by Senator Brad Hoylman (S.1475-A (Hoylman)/A.3173-A (Dinowitz). Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Historical Newspapers Edited By Frederick Douglass Now Online

Newspapers edited by Frederick Douglass, who escaped slavery in 1838 and became a voice for abolitionists as a journalist, orator, and author, have been digitized and are now available online from the Library of Congress. Continue Reading →

Target Announces Online Sale To Compete With Amazon’s Prime Day

Harlem has a Target store in East Harlem, so fresh on the heels of Amazon’s Prime Day 2019 announcement, Target has announced that it will also be holding a two-day online sale this summer. Continue Reading →

The Vacation Rental Market Is Gearing Up For Big Changes From Harlem To Harare

Buckle up, folks. The online travel agency business is about to experience some possible turbulence. Continue Reading →


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