Rare “Harlem Tommy” Murphy And Ad Wolgast Boxing Photograph, February 22, 1913

On February 22, 1913, at Coffroth’s Arena in Daly City, California lightweights Harlem Tommy Murphy and Ad Wolgast squaring off in the featured match. Continue Reading →

Top 5 Best Tours In San Diego

San Diego is a perfect destination for everyone. The coastal city in California is bustling with activity year-round, waiting for people to come explore the beautiful beaches, lush national parks, and the many art galleries and museums. Continue Reading →

California Chef Plans Fine Dining Restaurant In Harlem

A trailblazing California chef who pioneered underground dining in San Francisco is opening a tasting menu restaurant in Harlem reports Eater. Continue Reading →

Johnson & Johnson Shares Drop After Jury Delivers $29 Million Baby Powder Verdict

Fresh off its corporate rebranding campaign to make baby powder more appealing to millennials, Johnson & Johnson is once again facing scrutiny over whether the product is contaminated with asbestos and affecting users from Harlem to Hollywood. Continue Reading →

Hey Harlemites, Vaping Linked To Depression, Heart Attacks, And Strokes In New Study

In case you had any optimism left that vaping could be a healthy alternative to smoking, Consumer Affairs writes that a new study of nearly 100,000 Americans adds to the growing pile of evidence that e-cigarettes hurt smokers more than they help. Continue Reading →

Solé Power, Black (And Pink) Is Beautiful

sole1Meet Solé Bicycles—a bike shop run by five college buddies/bicycle dudes in Venice Beach, California with Harlem style and design in mind. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s John W. Bubbles, First At Radio City, First On TV And Her Taught Fred Astaire

John William Sublett, February 19, 1902 – May 18, 1986, known by his stage name John W. Bubbles, was a vaudeville performer. Continue Reading →

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