Send out the old year and ring in the new with a front-row seat to Times Square‘s biggest celebration, all from the comfort of your home.
As this year unlike any other comes to a close, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Harlem will offer an online iteration of the beloved annual New Year’s Continue Reading →
I know, I know, you’re at home in Harlem, asking yourself, how can I see the ball drop in Time Square?
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine celebrates the season with festive holiday services and events on Monday, December 24; Tuesday, December 25; Monday, December 31, 2018; and, Tuesday, January Continue Reading →
Nothing planned for New Year’s in Harlem? The Fontainebleau Miami Beach announces an exclusive and lavish New Year’s Eve experience that allows guests from Harlem to Harare to indulge in the Continue Reading →
By Udo Salters Times Square was packed and so was Angel of Harlem. The cool lounge restaurant on 122nd and Fredrick Douglas was calm and quite until 10:30 pm EST.
Gov. Cuomo today announced the 2021 NY State Fair, an end-of-summer celebration at the New York State Fairgrounds from August 20 to September 6, 2021, in Syracuse (a few hours Continue Reading →
Opened in 1923, the Cotton Club on 142nd St & Lenox Ave in the heart of Harlem, New York was operated by white New York gangster Owney “Killer” Madden.
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