Harlem’s Mama Foundation for the Arts will celebrate its 15th Anniversary at its second annual Gala, which will take place at St. Martin’s Cathedral (230 Lenox Avenue at 122nd Street) on Monday, June 16th from 6 – 9 PM.
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.
The NYPD recruits Muslim informants to spy in mosques, cafes, and other social locations from Harlem to Hollis, according to a New York Times report. A task unit known as the Citywide Debriefing Team was created after Sept. 11th and targeted arrestees to cut deals in exchange for snitching.
Charles Miller’s “The Way the City is Built” illustrates his preservationist’s interest in the historic buildings and landmarks that were rapidly disappearing west Harlem, New York, 1877.
Join Harlem’s Digiwaxx with VP Records and the Jamaican Tourist Board for an exclusive preview of the Maxi Priest upcoming album.
A condemnation drama unfolding in East Harlem is presumably not what community residents expected of Mayor de Blasio’s “progressive” agenda.
Richard Johnson in NYPost.com’s Page Six announced today that the Studio Museum in Harlem Director Thelma Golden is on Vanity Fair’s best dressed list.
These drawings by Nathan Pyle for AP are nice reminders of something we have probably all experienced in the great village of Harlem.
Eloquentix, the leading technology outsourcing partner for North Carolina startups, announced today that it is opening an office in New York, New York.
There is one person in the health care system who plays an important role in providing care but whose needs are often overlooked – the family caregiver. Family caregivers provide unpaid care to loved ones often at great personal cost.
They started their careers as bright young men in the Democratic precincts of Harlem. Each achieved great success.
Respected social justice advocate and educator Dr. Kirk Anthony James has been named Senior Director of the David Rothenberg Center for Public Policy at The Fortune Society, a nationally recognized prisoner re-entry agency in Harlem (and Queens), New York.
By Seitu Oronde Cars, cars, cars were in the house from the guests in the space to an old school NY Police car #54 to the new Toyota, Rolls Royce and more at the Jacob Javits Center on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 in NYC.
An East Harlem grandmother is living in a hell hole. Collapsing hallway ceilings, moldy walls nor dozens of padlocked doors won’t deter Audrey Quantano, 58, from moving out of 2049 Fifth Ave. — even though her neighbors left the hovel for safer digs eight months ago.
Morehouse College Glee Club, The Cheyney & Lincoln University Concert Choirs By Claude Jay In less than four weeks most college student will take their finals and those who are seniors will prepare for their big day, graduation. For the seniors, they will come to the end of their undergraduate careers.