USA Track and Field Champions Lead RunJumpThrow Experience
Dining With Miss Lil: Blujeen Restaurant is Opening in March 2015
Southern Chefs Cooking Competition Airs During Black History Month
Behind The Scenes At The NY Association of Black And Puerto Rican Legislators
Seitu’s World: CACCI’s Annual Breakfast Summit In Brooklyn
The Apollo Theater’s Fifth Annual Dining with the Divas Luncheon
Seitu’s World: Assemblyman Michael Blake Sworn In The Bronx
Seitu’s World: Jazzmobile’s 50th at Harlem Fine Arts Show

Harlem’s Columbia University Offers Retail Opportunity

DSC_2041The Columbia University-Harlem SBDC is pleased to notify you of the first available retail leasing opportunity in the Manhattanville Campus of Columbia University: Continue Reading →

Youth-Led Future Of Food Event In Harlem

vegerablesConnect, Inc. Harlem Grown and WHGA are hosting a Free Two-day Event Highlighting community-based and youth-led efforts to improve access to fresh, healthy & affordable food for all.  Continue Reading →

Harlem’s The Dovers/Vocaltones, 1953 (video)

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With a couple of switches in personnel, the Dovers and Vocaltones were essentially the same group.The Dovers turned out sweet ballads in the vein of the Mellows. Continue Reading →

Qoute Of The Day: ‘You Are An idiot!’ To Harlem’s Mark-Viverito

Diane SavinoState Senator Diane Savino called City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito an “idiot” on Friday, after the speaker said she was “surprised” the Independent Democratic Conference backed new funding for public housing in New York City. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: Black History Month IMPACT At The Museum Of Natural History

seitu hist1Great photographs by Seitu Oronde of the IMPACT Repertory Theatre Performance Company Young people at the Museum Of Natural History in Harlem during Black History Month.

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Seitu’s World: At They Die By Dawn Screening In Harlem (video)

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Photographs by Seitu Oronde

ImageNation and Harlem Arts Alliance at RAW SPACE Culture Gallery for a Black History Month show of They Die By Dawn Screening on Friday, February 28 7PM, 2015. Continue Reading →

Harlem Congressman Rangel Receives Distinguished Pioneer Award

members-of-the-congressional-black-caucus-congressmanCongressman Charles B. Rangel who represents the 13th Congressional District of New York that includes Upper Manhattan and parts of the Bronx, New York. Continue Reading →

Dining With Miss Lil: Lady Lexis Sweets, East Harlem’s Sweet Treat

Lady Lexis Sweets ShopBy Lil Nickelson

Lady Lexis Sweets is a real treat within the East Harlem community.  Lady Lexis Sweets opened their doors at 1931 Madison Avenue (in between 124 – 125th Streets) on November 16th, 2013 and have been baking up a storm since then.   Continue Reading →

Billionaire Sells Art For The Harlem Children’s Zone

How do you smartly leave an art collection to a charitable cause? That’s the issue that William Louis-Dreyfus has been grappling with these past several years, after spending half a century amassing a collection of 3,500 artworks. Continue Reading →