2019 ARISE! Summer Youth Employment & Education Program For West Harlem Students

West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC) is pleased to announce that applications are now available for the 2019 ARISE! Summer Youth Employment & Education Program (SYEEP). Continue Reading →

Free Summer Camp For Manhattan Community District 9 Residents In Harlem

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West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC) will conduct a lottery for 12 two-week scholarships to Columbia University’s Little Lions Camp this summer. Continue Reading →

Finalist Announced, Vote Now For Harlem World Magazine Business Of The Year!

The nominations are in! Based on the eligible “likes” from nomination posts, Harlem World Magazine is one of the Top 2 Finalists for West Harlem’s Small Business of the Year on Alignable. Continue Reading →

Sarah Jessica Parker Gets Back To Work On Divorce In West Harlem

She revived her Sex And The City character Carrie Bradshaw for a new beer ad. But Sarah Jessica Parker had her mind back on her current TV gig, the HBO series Divorce when she was spotted in New York on Tuesday. Continue Reading →

Altina Schinasi, The Harlem Girl Who Knew Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, Salvador Dali And Invented Cat-Eye Glasses

Altina Schinasi Miranda, August 4, 1907 – August 19, 1999, an American heiress, sculptor, filmmaker, entrepreneur, window dresser, designer and best known for designing the Harlequin eyeglass or Cat-Eye frames. Continue Reading →

NYCEDC Grants $1M To Quentis Therapeutics For Expansion Of LifeSci Space In Harlem

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and Quentis Therapeutics (Quentis), a New York City-based biotechnology company whose first program develops immunotherapy to treat cancer, today announced the completion of the first LifeSci NYC Expansion Space Fund transaction. Continue Reading →

City Seeks Bids To Turn Morningside Heights Landmark Into Cafe In West Harlem

The NYC Parks Department is seeking bids to develop a landmarked Morningside Heights gatehouse into a “high quality cafe,” according to department documents reports source. Continue Reading →

WE ACT’s Free Black & Green Summer Movie Series In Harlem

Harlem based WE ACT’s free Black & Green Summer Movie series is back, the first week in August at West Harlem Piers Park (Marginal & West 132 Streets). Continue Reading →

Boy At A Well In West Harlem Shoreline, New York, May 13, 1898

Unidentified boy with water container photographed by James Reuel Smith at an old rough Well on the Hudson River shore (to the right) looking southeast from West 158th Street, in Harlem, NY, May 13, 1898.

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