HW Picks: The Best Candles, According To Hyper Harlem Scented Candle Enthusiast

Like so many things, scented candles aren’t just for Christmas. To light a luxury candle when it’s still warm and bright outside, and to fill your living room with the smell of citrus and jasmine, and rum and oranges, and of gardens recently rained on, is one great luxury. Continue Reading →

3 Interesting Facts About Harlem’s History

Harlem is a neighborhood in New York that is gaining in popularity due to its modern, trendy atmosphere and young population. Continue Reading →

Flash Back Ozwald Boateng’s Celebration Of The 100th Anniversary Of The Harlem Renaissance

A look back at bespoke couture designer Ozwald Boateng, favorite of London’s Savile Row, show at the historic Apollo Theater right here in Harlem, NY to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance back in May 2019. Continue Reading →

The BLK Table Presents, The Art Of Activism Panel Discussion In Harlem

Join The BLK Table for a powerful conversation in Harlem about Black art, activism, and entrepreneurship over Maker’s Mark cocktails. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Renaissance Casino, Harlem, NY 1923

The Harlem Renaissance Ballroom opened in 1923, built by the black-owned Sarco Realty Company, at 138th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, in Harlem, NY, quaked with the frenzied rhythms of the Lindy Hop. Continue Reading →

New “Freedom Is….,” Harlem Renaissance Series Organic T-Shirt At Harlem World Gear

Get our new “Freedom is…” Harlem Renaissance t-shirt top-quality, get 20% off this shirt and everything else on our HarlemWorldGear site.

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Celebrating The Centennial Of The Harlem Renaissance, Inspiration Sun Ra And More

Harlem Stage, the legendary uptown venue that for over 35 years has promoted the creative legacy of Harlem and artists of color from around the corner and across the globe, is proud to present its Fall 2019 seasons of performances. Continue Reading →

Black Folks Worshiped In Own Spaces Before Slavery’s End From New York To Alabama,

On a narrow street in Harlem sits the oldest black church in New York state, one of many black congregations that developed in the decades before slavery ended nationwide and that worked for its abolition. Continue Reading →

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