Harlem is bidding farewell to an indefatigable freedom fighter and pan-African activist who waged a decades-long battle for black empowerment at home and around the world.
With an impressive initial showing of mostly first time 2014 registered voters, Dominicanos USA – a newly formed effort of Dominican American community leaders – announced today it had registered more than 26,000 mostly Dominican American voters in New York City and in Providence, Rhode Island.
Douglas Elliman’s retail real estate maven, Faith Hope Consolo, is best known for matching luxury clients with landlords along the city’s toniest shopping corridors.
Aidan Doyle of New York, N.Y., is training for the 2014 TCS New York City Marathon with the Children’s Tumor Foundation NF Endurance Team. Aidan is “Running for the Mayors,” that is, all the donations towards the campaign will be made by past and/or incumbent mayors of major American cities and towns.
The judgement in the first round of the Rachel Roy vs Jones Investment Co. Inc lawsuit has come in, and the designer is the contender.
Streetsblog reports that Manhattan Community Board 10′s transportation committee ended months of foot-dragging this week by backing a road diet for Morningside Avenue in Harlem.
The travel and curiosities website AtlasObscura.com, an online compendium of the world’s wonders. In addition to the website we regularly host unique lectures, behind the scenes tours and highly-stylized cocktail galas in unusual places with the hopes of encouraging exploration and discovery amongst our members while sharing these very special historic gems.
Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) will host a series of program events, beginning with a free hardhat “pop-up” exhibition open to the public for the first time at the 1885 historical landmark firehouse (120 E. 125th Street).
We are taking dramatic steps towards more transparency so members of the press and public can see how our legislative process works … – East Harlem Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito In a great article today by the Gotham Gazzette ow on May 14 the New York City Council unanimously passed a rules reform package that…
After a rugged first debate last month where he fended off attacks from his two main challengers, incumbent Rep. Charles Rangel came out swinging in a second debate Wednesday evening.
Franco the Great (born Franklin Gaskin in Panama 1928, also the Harlem Picasso) is a street artist in Harlem, New York. He earned his notoriety by painting storefront security gates in West Harlem.
Sylvia Woods (February 2, 1926 – July 19, 2012) was an American restaurateur who co-founded the landmark restaurant Sylvia’s in Harlem on Lenox Avenue, New York City with her husband, Herbert Woods, in 1962.
By Tod Roulette Visit Sothebys to appreciate top quality tribal art. Not only seeing these works up close is an incredibly tutorial but overhearing and speaking with staff and visitors like yourself is invaluable.
On May 12th, 2014 the men and women of the Bronx Veteran Advisory Council were payed tribute by Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., who have served our country in the armed forces at the Maestro’s, at 1703 Bronxdale Avenue in the Bronx, New York.
On the road for a meet-and-greet with international soccer star team captain Carlos “El Pibe” Valderrama for the kick-off World Cup celebrations on Saturday, May 10 at the Queens Center Mall in Queens, New York.