Uptown Hall Harlem’s Culture, Past. Present. Future. Panel At The Apollo Theatre In Harlem

On Thursday, August 15, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., the Apollo Theater in partnership with Spectrum News NY1, WLBS, and New York Amsterdam News will present Apollo Uptown Hall: Harlem’s Culture – Past. Present. Future. Continue Reading →

Rangel, Dinkins And Others At The Harlem Chamber Economic Development Day 2018

From Monday, August 6 to Monday, August 13, 2018, the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce hosted a series of events…

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HARLEM WEEK Continues With NYC Economic Development Day And More

Continuing to Monday August 13, 2018, the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce will host a series of events as part of the 44th annual HARLEM WEEK festivities, including Thursday’s New York City Economic Development Day. Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: Lost Tapes of Malcolm X At National Black Theatre In Harlem

On Wednesday, February 21st, 2018, “The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X,” was previewed after a meet and greet with food and drink at The National Black Theater in Harlem, New York.

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Celeste Beatty’s Harlem Brewing Honored As Queens’ Power Women in Business

Business owner Celeste Beatty of Harlem Brewing Company was honored as one of the most powerful women in Queens business gathered in Flushing on Thursday night to meet, greet, celebrate and network. Continue Reading →

NYC African American And Others Talk Retirement And AARP NY/Siena Survey In Harlem

seniors in harlemAARP New York and Siena College will release a new survey of New York City’s African American Generation Xers and Baby Boomers showing in stark and disturbing detail how the two generations are struggling to afford basic necessities, how unprepared they are for retirement costs and how little planning most have actually done. Continue Reading →


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