The 42-acre Hamptons estate just a few hours from Harlem was built by Henry Ford, II in 1960 has sold.
Experience the beauty of the Hamptons just two and half hours from Harlem, New York in the springtime is a delight when staying at the Southampton Inn.
After four years on Frederick Douglass Boulevard, the coffee shop and bakery Caféine closed its doors permanently Monday, another casualty of the COVID-19 Crisis.
This fall, FreshDirect is launching new meal and food hacks for families to make life a bit easier.
Author and Philanthropist Jean Shafiroff is spreading her message of philanthropy with her all new weekly television show, Successful Philanthropy.
Vanity Fair magazine writes that taking to the streets can be an effective motivator, as we’ve seen in the past month.
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