Marcus Garvey Park Hosting Free New York Philharmonic Festival In Harlem

A new pop-up festival series by the New York Philharmonic is coming to Harlem, bringing music, dance, poetry and art to Marcus Garvey Park starting Friday.

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Redevelopment Set For Harlem’s Legendary National Black Theater Block

A developer filed permits with the city this week to demolish a full block of buildings on Fifth Avenue that includes the historic National Black Theater — but the theater itself doesn’t plan on going anywhere. Continue Reading →

Harlem Fire Watchtower Receives NY Landmarks Conservancy Lucy G. Moses Award

The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced the winners of the 2020 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards. Continue Reading →


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