The Park 112, the Harlem restaurant with a self-service wine bar, is now open and ready to let us play sommelier.
We’ve posted a list that CNN has compiled a pretty comprehensive list of orgs on the ground and how you may make a donation or to contact them: The stories coming out of the Philippines are unimaginable. Rushing water and wind tearing children away from their parents’ arms.
By Walter Rutledge The recent Labor Day holiday has heralded the unofficial end of summer. Kids have reluctantly traded beach balls for backpacks; and men (big kids) have cleaned the outdoor grills putting them away in anticipation of the unofficial start of the next summer season, Memorial Day 2014.
By Yolande Brener “If it’s your first time, and you’re feeling dizzy or nauseous, congratulations, you’re doing it right,” said Erik Cummings, co-owner of Bikram Yoga Harlem, during my first class there.
The Abyssinian Development Corporation (ADC), Manhattan’s Community School District 5 (CSD 5), and Morningside Area Alliance (MAA) brought together some of New York City’s shining science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students, community and corporate organizations, and industry professionals for the 5th Annual Super Saturday! STEM Expo.
Are you aware of GMOs or GEs and how they are impacting your life? GMOs stands for genetically modified organisms and GEs stand for genetically engineered foods.
Elizabeth Catlett, whose abstracted sculptures of the human form reflected her deep concern with the African-American experience and the struggle for civil rights…
Lee was born as ‘Leonard Lionel Cornelius Canegata on March 3, 1907 in Harem, New York City. He was raised by his West Indian parents in Harlem, NY.
Harlem World Magazine was media sponsor of Harlemite Luci Ortiz’s run in this years 2011 ING NYC Marathon.
Hello, I am Luz, a Harlem resident (born and raised) and mother. On November 6, 2011 I will run the ING NYC Marathon representing Team for Kids…
When I first conceived of a life as a fiction writer I began, naturally, to read fiction with an eye toward learning the craft. I have always had an earth tongue. My imagination comes from a down home feeling that my grandmother and great-aunt kept alive in the family.
For the last four years the Harlem Children’s Zone has sent students from their Student Youth Employment Program to Harlem World Magazine.