After 15 years, the GRAMMY® Awards are at long last returning to New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Media & Entertainment Commissioner Julie Menin announced today along with Recording Academy President Neil Portnow, MSG Chairman James Dolan, and CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves.
As you may know Harlem World Cares when our friends work in the community. Did you know, autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the U.S. that affects 1 in 68 children, and even more staggering 1 in 42 boys?
Mayor de Blasio today announced that by the end of this year, every person in the Department of Correction’s custody will receive re-entry services to help connect them with jobs and opportunities outside of jail, as well as five hours of programming per day during their stay to address vocational, educational, and therapeutic needs.
The NYC Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) has officially launched its new Paid Care Division within its Office of Labor Policy & Standards (OLPS) with the first in a series of events to bring together paid care workers, including home care and domestic workers, as well as workers’ rights organizations, policy experts, and legislators.
Harlem girl Azealia Banks called out the women’s march that took place on 21 January, 2017 in Washington by saying that feminism only fights for the ‘white women’.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC Chief Service Officer Paula Gavin today marked National Mentoring Month by launching the NYC Youth Mentoring Initiative to increase mentoring opportunities for high school youth across the five boroughs.
The Harlem star Azealia Banks shared an Instagram video, which has since been deleted, of a blood-stained closet, before announcing she’s a “real witch”.
On October 19-23, 2016, the Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association (BESLA) held its 36th Annual Conference at the Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico.
Youth of color represent the fastest growing segment of the U.S. youth population and make up the majority of young people in about half of the country’s 100 largest U.S. cities.
NYC Health + Hospitals marks National Diabetes Awareness Month with information to share with your readers about this chronic disease that is the leading cause of kidney failure, adult blindness, and lower extremity amputation, and a prime contributor to heart disease and stroke.
On October 13th over 150 attendees gathered at MIST Harlem for the Café Mocha radio show’s 5th annual Salute Her Beauty of Diversity Awards presented by Toyota.
It’s common for Harlemites to regularly move around to different apartments and neighborhoods, but what about those residents who simply decide to stay… not just in life, but also in death?
By Udo Salters In August, Hoodwinked Escape opened its doors to the media to experience the group activity that has become very popular.
By NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña September is a time for new beginnings and a time to build on the progress we’ve made as a community.
JCC Manhattan is proud to announce that JCC Harlem, a new 6,000-square-foot community space on West 118th Street between Fredrick Douglass Boulevard and Manhattan Avenue, will officially open in January 2017.