Mayor de Blasio And Philanthropic Community Announces Summer Bridge Program For Teens

Mayor de Blasio today announced SYEP Summer Bridge 2020, a $51M public-private partnership that will provide constructive engagement and enrichment activities to keep 35,000 New York City youth active and productive this summer. Continue Reading →

Reopening NYC Businesses, Find Out When And How To Safely Reopen Your Non-Essential Business

New York City will reopen in phases when the region has met all seven metrics outlined by the Governor’s Office, as well as the three additional metrics outlined by the Mayor’s Office. Continue Reading →

NYC Indoor Dining Return Delayed Amid National COVID Crisis Surge

From Harlem to Hollis‘s long-awaited return to indoor dining will be pushed back amid a national coronavirus resurgence, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday. Continue Reading →

Teyana Taylor Announces Closure Of Her Junie Bee Nail Salon In Harlem

Besides being a Harlem born singer, rapper, songwriter, dancer and actress, Teyana Taylor also owns her own nail salon, Junie Bee Nails, named after her four-year-old daughter. Continue Reading →

NYC Expands Nation Leading Open Streets Program With More Miles In Areas Hit Hard By The COVID Crisis

Mayor Bill de Blasio today added another 23 miles to New York City’s nation-leading Open Streets program, bringing the citywide total to 67 miles – two-thirds of the way to the 100-mile goal laid out in late April. Continue Reading →

These Fabulous Hotels Where You Can Vacation And Social Distance At the Same Time

There’s no doubt that, after months of stay-at-home orders, wanderlust is running high—something that’s being borne out in reports that bookings for summer travel are on the rise and from Harlem to Hollywood people are willing to pay more to ensure private experiences. Continue Reading →