“Maybe I shouldn’t have bought a triple grande latte with soy milk every day, or all those new shoes, or that electric car I can’t seem to find a charging Continue Reading →
Millennials have helped fuel the rebound in the housing market Harlem To Hollywood by purchasing their first homes reports our source.
With a number of TD Banks in Harlem, this article by Consumer Affairs caught our eye when they reported that there’s a disconnect when it comes to millennials and credit.
iONE Digital’s provocative urban millennial lifestyle platform, CASSIUS , has launched a new issue of their monthly digital cover, THE NEW [FREE] STYLE GODS, a celebration of innovative, young social media Continue Reading →
Inspired by their obsession with the hit film, “The Intern”, Gwen Wunderlich and Dara Kaplan of Wunderlich Kaplan Communications are excited to launch the first of its kind in the Continue Reading →
By Bretton Love Harlem is personified by its multitude of vibrant small businesses, but growth usually lies in diversification.
This year in the fashion industry, leading designers were more concerned about sustainability, going green, and the economic state more than the myriad of spring and summer 2020 trends.
Millennials and Generation Z tend to be fitness and health enthusiasts, and they also seem to have a lot of credit card debt. Could those two facts be related?
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