With A Promise Of Funding Harlem’s African Burial Ground Enters A New Phase

After a decade of planning and research by Harlemites, an unused bus depot on East 126th Street is being prepared to honor its past state: a burial ground for enslaved and free African people. Continue Reading →

A New HUD Rule Could Force Thousands Of Harlemites And Others From Public Housing

A Trump administration proposal to strip public housing subsidies from undocumented immigrant families would affect thousands of New Yorkers, according to the federal agency pushing it reports our source. Continue Reading →

Gocha’s Breakfast Bar Opening Is A Must For Harlemites Visiting Atlanta

Last Thursday, author, salon owner and now restauranteur Gocha Hawkins, along with Hennessy VSOP Privilege, hosted a festive grand opening celebration for Atlanta’s newest cafe Gocha’s Breakfast Bar. Continue Reading →

Is There A Barbour In Harlem?

We strive to find the best for Harlemites, that’s why we love Barbour’s high-quality jackets made since 1894 (only 236 years after Harlem’s birth).

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Harlem #1 In Manhattan In Soda Consumption

Patch reports that Harlemites consume more sugary drinks than residents of any neighborhood in Manhattan, according to a new study from the city’s Health Department, and city officials are blaming beverage companies that use “racial profiling” in their advertising campaigns. Continue Reading →

Stay Safe And Cool During Heat Wave From Harlem To Hollis


To help Harlemites continue to beat the heat, the New York City Emergency Management Department today announced that cooling centers will remain open Friday, July 21, 2017. Continue Reading →

New Harlem Buildings Offer Affordable Apartments

Affordable housing lotteries launch tomorrow for apartments at not one but two Harlem buildings, which means a grand total of 24 units (it’s something?) will soon be up for grabs. Continue Reading →

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