Unveiling Of 125th Street Harlem Renaissance 2.0 Banners Celebrating Same Gender Love

As we celebrate the Centennial of the Harlem Renaissance differently, The Gatekeepers Collective (TGC), a Harlem-based non-profit presents Harlem Renaissance 2.0 Banners. Continue Reading →

The blacklist100: Celebrating 100 Black Culture Makers And Thought-Leaders From Harlem To Hollywood

Following the recent launch of the Juneteenth Image Capsule (JIC) campaign – a future-forward, all-digital movement designed to comprehensively celebrate Black culture and Blackness – the next phase of the JIC initiative will continue with the release of the inaugural blacklist100. Continue Reading →

Harlem-Based Columbia University Alumnus Growing Inside And Outside Of Harlem

In his desire to take his business to the next level, Allan Suarez, a principal and chief operations officer for All Renovation Construction (AR Construction), joined the second cohort of the CU Grow Vendor Development Program in 2018. Continue Reading →

Columbia University Announces The Columbia Emergency Loan Fund For Small Businesses

Today, Columbia University’s Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development announced the creation of the Columbia Emergency Loan Fund for Small Businesses. Continue Reading →

Uptown Council Member Rodriguez Introduces Bill To Create Office Of Sports & Recreation

Today, Thursday, May 28th, 2020, Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez held a press conference, alongside Nzingha Prescod, Two-time Foil Fencing Olympian Medalist, community members and activists, to announce the introduction of a bill to create the New York City Office of Sports & Recreation. Continue Reading →

Harlem Penthouse Owner Sued By Harlem Co-op Board Over “Non-essential Guests”

It was probably inevitable that the COVID-19 pandemic would come to this: the board at a 76-unit Harlem co-op has filed a lawsuit against a shareholder for flouting the ban on “non-essential guests” in the building during the pandemic. Continue Reading →