There have been many Harlem legends who have made a massive difference to America and the world. Continue Reading →
Spike Lee’s new American Skin weaves a layered story in the tradition of Sidney Lumet’s 12 Angry Men and Dog Day Afternoon, which follows a Black Iraqi War Vet. Continue Reading →
OZY Fest, NYC’s music-ideas-food-comedy-politics festival, is heading to Central Park’s Great Lawn (just south of Harlem) this summer, Saturday, July 20th, and Sunday, July 21st, 2019. Continue Reading →
A Harlem college graduate says his life has been changed after learning billionaire tech mogul Robert F. Smith who graduated from Columbia University was picking up the tab for his student loan debt. Continue Reading →
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