Tren’ness Woods-Black And Others Help NYC’s Immigrant-And Minority-Owned Small Businesses Recover

In recent months, CUF has shined a light on the disproportionate damage done by the pandemic to the city’s immigrant- and minority-owned small businesses, while elevating solutions to help cushion the blow and ensure an inclusive recovery. Continue Reading →

Join The Unique Celebration Of Nathan “Nearest” Green Whiskey Debut In Queens

Historic Neirs Tavern announced today it has been selected as the official Queens launch event of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey, the most talked about new whiskey brand in the U.S. Inspired by the best whiskey-maker the world never knew, Nearest Green. Continue Reading →

86-Year-Old Harlem Driver Accused Of Fatal Hit-And-Run

NY Daily News reports an elderly hit-and-run driver who cops say mowed down a 9-year-old boy in Queens told police he didn’t know he hit anyone — and fled the fatal scene because he was being threatened by another driver. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Randall’s Island Press Release – Run the River 5K

run-the-river-photo-october-7-20161Hey Harlem, what do you have planned at the end of the month? If the answer is nothing, then on Saturday, October 29, 2016 the Randall’s Island Park Alliance (RIPA), in partnership with Riverkeeper and the Queens Library, will host the 7th annual Run the River 5K to benefit Randall’s Island Park. Continue Reading →

Two Film Classics From Maysles Harlem At Maysles Monday’s In Queens

mayles modnays in queensNowadays, a big back yard with food and drinks on the border of Bushwick and Ridgewood, has invited Maysles Cinema in Harlem to program a free, summer-long, outdoor Monday-night film series all summer. Upcoming programs below. Continue Reading →


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