Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men in the United States. It reduces blood flow to the heart, which can cause a heart attack. Half of men who die suddenly of heart disease have no previous symptoms.
Over the past month, National Geographic launched a word-of-mouth screening tour to promote the documentary Hell On Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS.
The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum in Harlem has just announced the appointment of Lauren Kelley as Director and Chief Curator, effective immediately.
From a rousing celebration of globally-renowned technologists who are inventing a better future for all of us to a major announcement about SciTech Scity and the energetic, hands-on participation of a star-studded “Who’s Who” of science, technology and innovation, the Liberty Science Center Genius Gala, which was held tonight, Friday, May 5th, 2017, was a…
Ornette Coleman left a lot of love in Harlem. He was considered one of the most important figures in Harlem music history.
Charles Henry “Charlie” Christian (July 29, 1916 – March 2, 1942) was an American swing and jazz guitarist who lived and played the electric guitar throughout Harlem.
The Amsterdam Avenue protected bike lane must be extended north of 110th Street, say the safety advocates of Transportation Alternatives, who are holding a Bike/Walk/Shop action Sunday to rally support from local residents and businesses for the Complete Upper Amsterdam campaign.
What’s Going On is the eleventh studio album by soul musician Marvin Gaye, released May 21, 1971, on the Motown-subsidiary label Tamla Records.
A partnership between Brookfield Property Partners and Urban American is pouring more than $16 million into energy-efficient retrofits for 3,000 units in Harlem.
Today, Panorama kicked-off the first day of its mega-inaugural year. The “modern day World’s Fair” presented by Goldenvoice, offers a Coachella-East like flavor with music performances, technology-inspired art installations and food – what else do you want!.
The Apollo Theater today announced its Summer at the Apollo lineup with a series of concerts and events featuring some of the most renowned artists in hip hop and soul/R&B, including Jill Scott, Aaron Neville, DMX, Kurtis Blow and more, as well as its participation in the annual HARLEM WEEK Festival.
Jazz Standard, one of the nation’s premier jazz clubs, offers another impressive month of music with jazz legends and rising stars throughout August. Appearing August 4–7, singer Tierney Sutton spotlights the songs of Joni Mitchell.
Police were searching late Tuesday for a charter school teacher who is accused of sexual misconduct with students in East Harlem.
The Winery in Harlem has a great no expense series of wine tastings for the holidays from around the world where you can experience the difference between a wine from Italy and/or Vermont.
Danny Tisdale’s performance installation Transitions Inc., is included in Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art a groundbreaking exhibition and the first comprehensive survey of performance art by black artists working from the perspective of the visual arts from the 1960’s to the present at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA).