COVID-19 and its ongoing impact on people living paycheck to paycheck or, worse, with no income at all, makes this holiday season bleaker than ever.
Melvin Childs Presents, the company helmed by producer Melvin Childs, has released the first-look trailer for the highly-anticipated film, For The Love Of Money.
Celebrating a Thanksgiving like no other, the Sojourner Truth Democratic Club, together with the Migdol Family Foundation.
By Seitu Oronde It was a great day in Harlem on Thanksgiving as everyone gave thanks for living in 2020.
It’s not often you hear a transit authority encouraging people not to travel during the holidays.
The information the COVID Crisis tally as compiled by Johns Hopkins University, focuses on a national and gives trends that can be happening in Harlem.
The number of Americans who plan to travel for Thanksgiving this year is considerably lower than those who did it last year, according to a new study from Cars.com.
Thanks to the pandemic, video conferencing platform Zoom has more than doubled its income and grown its user base by more than 30-fold from a year ago.
Perhaps more than usual, the centerpiece this Thanksgiving won’t be the turkey, the stuffing or even family-famous recipes for sweet potato casserole or pumpkin pie.
On Thursday, November 28th, 2019, Harlem elected officials City Councilmember Bill Perkins, Assemblymember Al Taylor, former Chief Deputy Attorney General Alvin Bragg came together celebrating Thanksvinging in Harlem.
To the best community in the world.
Are you one of the 26.8 million folks taking to the air this Thanksgiving holiday from Harlem to Hollywood?
Stop & Shop has donated 2,000 Thanksgiving turkeys to the Food Bank for New York City to help Harlem, New Yorkers in need.
The biggest shopping occasion of the year is almost here. But if you plan to hit the stores soon after you’ve recovered from your Thanksgiving food coma, know that many retailers in NYC plan to stay closed on Turkey Day.
On Thanksgiving Day, platinum recording artist Sheck Wes teamed up with the New York City Housing Authority, NYCHA and Douglaston Development to feed 500 residents at the Johnson Houses in Harlem.