The new year is here, and Harlem residents resolving to get rid of last year’s clutter need look no further than Stop ‘N’ Swap®, a free community event organized by local non-profit GrowNYC coming to Harlem on January 25th.
“I don’t look at the achievements of the individual, but the achievements of group.” – Nelson Mandela
In light of the Artists Town Hall: Affordable Care Act Info Session created by the Harlem World Magazine and Injoy Enterprises held last weekend we thought this article is timely. The NY Times write that many in New York’s professional and cultural elite have long supported President Obama’s health care plan.
Not a Harlem story, but a great story. Leo Grand considers himself lucky when the doorman at the luxury apartment building nearby lets him charge his Samsung Chromebook without issue.
Hello Harlem, The Male Mentor Recruitment Committee of Harlem CARES invites you to join us for a male mentor recruitment training hosted by our partners, Mentor Partnership of New York.
First graders from Harlem Children’s Zone Promise Academy I in New York City received brand-new books of their own today, thanks to the generosity of lifestyle brand AERIN and its founder, Aerin Lauder.
New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) President Alan D. Aviles announced today that on November 24 and 25, 228 patients were successfully relocated to the Henry J. Carter Specialty Hospital and Nursing Facility in Harlem from the Goldwater Campus of the Coler-Goldwater Specialty Hospital and Nursing Facility on Roosevelt Island.
Join the Harlem Writers Guild (since 1950) for their annual holiday schedule for 2013 of events throughout Harlem.
A Harlem story about Harlemite Sam McGee:
Tonight at 8 PM ET/PT, actress, comedienne and Harlem resident Sherri Shepherd continues with her guest role as “Daphne” on the final season of CBS’s “How I Met Your Mother.”
A former Harlem Hospital nurse is suing the city, saying she was forced to work dangerous solo shifts in the psych ward as punishment for repeatedly rejecting a supervisor’s come-ons.
When actresses LisaGay Hamilton and Yolonda Ross finished reading the script for two-time Oscar nominee John Sayles’ new film, “Go For Sisters,” they immediately knew they wanted to be cast in it since they appreciated the script’s sensitivity in dealing with issues of sisterhood and race.
Adam Clayton Powell and Malcolm X in his office in the Hotel Theresa in central Harlem, 1960’s … become a fan of Harlem history at https://www.facebook.com/HarlemHiistory
In commemoration of the 237th anniversary of the Revolutionary War’s Battle of Fort Washington, members of the Brigade of the American Revolution will set up camp on Fort Tryon Park’s Cafe Lawn.
125th Street west from Eighth Avenue, Harlem, New York, 1905.