Citi Bike Partners With NY’s Public Libraries To Offer One Month Of Free Citi Bike Rides For Those In Need

Low-income New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis can access more than just a book at the city’s three public library systems — as of this past week, they can get a free month of Citi Bike too. Continue Reading →

Etu’s World: A New CD Review, Hush The Queen Is Singing

By Etu Evans

She sauntered into Basquiat’s Bottle in the tapestry of Brooklyn, with her mane set ablaze in a fiery reddish blond. Continue Reading →

The Centers For Disease Control’s Tips On Measles Prevention From Harlem To Hollis

After the Measles outbreak in Brooklyn, we know Measles is a highly contagious disease caused by a virus that is spread through the air by breathing, coughing, or sneezing. Continue Reading →

Down To Earth Markets Is Hiring From Harlem To Hollis

Help grow New York’s local food system by joining the Down to Earth Markets team of NYC and Westchester County farmers market managers for the 2019 season. Continue Reading →

Passage By Harlem’s Khary Lazarre-White

Passage tells the story of Warrior, a young black man navigating the snowy winter streets of Harlem and Brooklyn in 1993. Continue Reading →

Cherrie’s Harlem Style Is On Top Of Sweden Makes Music 2018 Lineup (Video)

Sweden Makes Music 2018, is the annual emerging artist showcase

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Health Department Expands “Undesign The Redline” Show To East Harlem And Other Action Centers

The Health Department’s Center for Health Equity, in partnership with the social impact studio Designing the WE, today announced the expansion of the exhibit Undesign the Redline to the Brownsville, Brooklyn and East Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Centers. Continue Reading →

Constant Contact Is A Blast!