ABC News “Nightline” will spotlight several individuals including Marsha R. Bonner, an award-winning New York human resources executive and diversity advocate, in a piece focusing on ABC’s program “What Would You Do? ” which is hosted by the acclaimed and renowned news anchor, John Quiñones on Thursday, August 13 at 12:35pm, it has been changed to…
Looking northeast from the corner of 103rd Street and Broadway in West Harlem, New York, taken post 1907.
Starting in 2011, GrowNYC has grown the “scrappy” Food Scrap program to 40 Greenmarket locations in all five boroughs, in partnership with the NYC Sanitation and community composters.
As a growing food capital of NYC Harlem loves food, so its nice to meet those who handle of our food. Meet The Cheese Guy, a man also known as Brent Delman, who has joined the Morningside Park Farmers Market this summer in Harlem.
One year after calling for New York City to step up and “respond to the humanitarian crisis we have before us,” East Harlem Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito announced today that the New York City Council Unaccompanied Minors Initiative is successfully providing free attorneys for every minor who arrives in New York City.
In the coming months, several Harlem Biospace companies members are preparing to graduate out of the space as they grow.
By Morgan A. Grain | Photographs by Trotfilms Audience members witnessed something similar to a music, dance and arts reunion between college gal pals—most of the panelists had previously worked or collaborated together at least once—at the Behind the Scenes: Women in Hip Hop career panel presented by the Apollo Theater Education Program.
A postcard looking east from 1905 shows horse-drawn carriages, trolley cars and the front entrance (to the right) of the Pabst’s Harlem Restaurant And Dance Hall (Pabst Harlem) at 256-258 West 125th Street erected in Harlem, New York in 1900.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced that New York City will become the second major urban school district in the nation, after San Francisco, to close on Lunar New Year in the official school calendar.
By Dontré Conerly In a fun-filled, lively ceremony held at Studio XXI in Chelsea, two of New York’s very own were the latest to receive honors this week from the Inspired in New York Series for their many years as innovators and trendsetters in the music and media industries.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Counsel to Mayor and M/WBE Director Maya Wiley, Contract Services Director Lisette Camilo, Senior Advisor to the Mayor Bill Goldstein, and School Construction Authority President Lorraine Grillo,…
For the 2nd year, the West Harlem ArtFund will produce pop-up art under the 12th Avenue Viaduct in West Harlem.“Under the Viaduct 2015, is comprised of art; lifestyle experiences that disrupts everyday life for local residents” according to Savona Bailey-McClain, Artistic Director for Under the Viaduct.
“If you haven’t walked around this area and you’re a real estate bloodhound, it smells like it’s going to be the [next] Meatpacking District,” Emerging markets like Northern Manhattan are offering real estate investors “huge potential for growth,” though such growth is dependent on continued investments in transportation and infrastructure, market players said at a…
On April 8th, Harlem-man MC A$AP Rocky held court at an intimate lecture session in central London’s St Pancras hotel, as part of the Red Bull Music Academy UK Tour.
Public art in Harlem is the best of both world, art and Harlem. Public Art Curator Savona Bailey-McClain is presenting Fresh Eyes, an exclusive, site-specific Harlem Digi-Tour for Frieze Week 2015.