Last Monday night, 200 New Yorkers interested in arts and education came to Bonhams Auction House to hear Dr. Lisa S. Coico, President of The City College of New York, as she announced the launch of the City College Center for the Arts.
Wells Fargo has officially launched its newest initiative geared specifically at budding entrepreneurs looking to help their small businesses grow from Harlem to Hollywood, entitled Wells Fargo Works for Small Business.
By Seitu Oronde Hip, hip, hooray, hip, hip hooray, for NYC schools winning the competition, for the First Robotic Championship held from April 4th to the 6th at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in NYC
The New Jersey Conservation Foundation, the Palisades Park Conservancy, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Regional Plan Association, the New Jersey Sierra Club, the Natural Resources Defense Council and five other respected park and preservation organizations joined in filing a “friend of the court” brief today in New Jersey Appellate Court against LG Electronics’…
The Sista’s The Musical is a musical Journey of a Multi-Generational African American Family, Told Through a Playlist of Songs Made Famous by Artists Past and Present.
John Douglas Thompson will repeat his performance in the New York premiere of Terry Teachout’s one-man Louis Armstrong play Satchmo at the Waldorf, previews began on Feb. 15 at the Westside Theatre.
It may be freezing outside, but inside Fairway Market it is hot and spicy. Indeed, Fairway is now offering home style tamales and empanadas through its new Latin Table line in all 14 stores in the tri-state area.
State Senator Adriano Espaillat, Assembly Member Gabriela Rosa, and Council Members Mark Levine and Ydanis Rodriguez are calling for the state to create a dedicated fund for bicycle and pedestrian projects.
Author of Love Changes and Harlem Writers Guild member Eartha Watts-Hicks takes us on a behind the scenes tour of the 1st Annual NY Black Expo kicked off on today at the Metropolitan Pavillion in NYC with the host with the most Sherwin XL.
By Walter Rutledge The Bearden Project In honor of the centennial celebration of Romare Bearden‘s birth, the Studio Museum in Harlem is inviting one hundred artists to create new works of art inspired, influenced, or informed by the life, work, and legacy of one of the most important artists of the twentieth Century.
For the last four years the Harlem Children’s Zone has sent students from their Student Youth Employment Program to Harlem World Magazine.
Robert Lee Dunham, age 78, died on May 17, 2011 at the New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. He was President and CEO of TCB Management Corporation. In 1972,
Senator Chuck Allen III Scholarship Fund is now receiving applications for the 2011 Scholarship Fund season. Minority students are encouraged to apply. The Fund is seeking motivated high school seniors who exhibit leadership and are involved in the betterment of the community.