To honor World AIDS Day tomorrow, NYC Health + Hospitals is reminding New Yorkers to prioritize their health by getting an HIV test. According to City health officials there are over 118,000 New Yorkers living with HIV, with some remaining unaware of their status.
Get into the swing of things and sign up at Charity Buzz for an opportunity for you and a guest will have the opportunity to play golf with Michael R. Bloomberg in New York.
New York History blog reports that an announcement sent to the media says that Governor Andrew Cuomo has introduced a new Path Through History website in celebration of New York State History Month.
Thanks to Canadian political royalty Justin Trudeau’s sweeping victory in the recent federal election, Canada is making headlines around the world right now from Harlem to Harare for all the right reasons.
On Thursday, October 29, Harlem Council Member Mark Levine, Council Member Jumaane Williams, Public Advocate Letitia James, and a group of council members and state legislators joined a coalition of teachers, students and business leaders calling for a broad expansion of foreign language education programs in New York City.
Refinery29 reports that if you’ve been grocery shopping at Whole Foods recently, it’s time to check your fridge. The supermarket chain that is opening a new store on 125th Street and Lenox Avenue in Harlem announced a recall of several salad items over the weekend due to a potential Listeria contamination.
Jacob Riis (1849-1914), a pioneering newspaper reporter and social reformer in New York at the turn of the 20th century, is the focus of a new book and exhibitions at four venues in the U.S. and Denmark.
Today, Nielsen released Increasingly Affluent, Educated and Diverse: African-American Consumers – the Untold Story, the fifth installment in its Diverse Intelligence Series, which is the main demographic of Harlem World Magazine.
One year after calling for New York City to step up and “respond to the humanitarian crisis we have before us,” East Harlem Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito announced today that the New York City Council Unaccompanied Minors Initiative is successfully providing free attorneys for every minor who arrives in New York City.
NYC Cultural Affairs Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl and Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) Commissioner Nisha Agarwal announced that internationally acclaimed artist Tania Bruguera will serve as an artist-in-residence for one year at MOIA.
Giosue Gallucci (December 10, 1865 in Naples – May 21, 1915 in New York City), also known as Luccariello, was an old-style crime boss of Italian Harlem in New York City affiliated with the Camorra.
In recognition of National HIV Testing Day on Saturday, June 27, the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) urges New Yorkers to take control of their health by learning their HIV status.
In the artwork titled, “The Promise” by André St. Clair and Tavet Gillson, a lone traveling subject walks the streets of a rainbow cityscape, under the watchful eyes of a personal deity, seeking a path to self-love and shelter. The image represents the story of many of the nation’s homeless LGBT youth.
MFY Legal Services will hold a free, walk-in legal clinic for immigrant workers on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 from 10 am to 4 pm.
On Monday Wednesday, May 18th, 2015 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm the Uptown Community Democrats had its official launch at Mitchell Square Park, at the intersection of Saint Nicholas, Broadway and 167th street.