Broadway Housing Communities Celebrates Its 2020 Virtual Fundraising Benefit Honoring

Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) and the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling (SHCMAS) are pleased to announce Community in Action: Transforming Housing + Education + Art, Continue Reading →

“Let Us All Take a Stand,” The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum Of Art & Storytelling In Harlem

Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) is a community-based nonprofit that pioneers high-impact approaches to the challenges of inequality and homelessness in the underserved New York City neighborhoods of West Harlem and Washington Heights. Continue Reading →

Sugar Hill Children’s Museum Of Art & Storytelling Accepting Applications In Harlem

The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling has opened its application process for its annual Artist-In-Residence Program. Continue Reading →

The Apollo Theater Jumps For Its 85th Anniversary With A Free Open House

This February, for Black History Month, the world famous Apollo Theater presents Apollo Open House: 85th Anniversary Celebration. Continue Reading →

On It’s Birthday, Mayor de Blasio And First Lady McCray Announcement IDNYC Adds Third Gender Designation

Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray announced that transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming New Yorkers can now affirmatively select a gender identity that more closely reflects to how they identify or express their gender on their IDNYC. Continue Reading →

Gala Hosted By Broadway Housing Communities And The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum Of Art & Storytelling

HillaryRodham Clinton will receive the Special Distinction Award at the annual gala hosted by Broadway Housing Communities and the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling, two iconic institutions in Harlem. Continue Reading →


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