Celebrate Harlem Haberdashery’s Two-Year Anniversary

10255998_10152338355500801_884393080_nThe fashionable anniversary celebration will bridge the historic past of Harlem recognizing the rich history of Mount Morris’ past as a race track, and tying in local  retail & style with sports and  family.   Continue Reading →

Congregation Ansche Chesed, Harlem 1876-

AnscheChesed1927ExtCongregation Ansche Chesed (People of Mercy) was founded in 1876 as a German-speaking synagogue in Yorkville. From about 1877 to 1909 the congregation worshiped at 160 East 112th Street, in a building now used by Christ Apostolic Church of U.S.A. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Teyana Taylor At 2014 Teen PACT Conference

10250871_10202891935013194_1222368795_nHarlem’s Teyana Taylor will be the Celebrity Conference Ambassador at the 2014 Teen PACT Conference. Continue Reading →

Seventh Church of Christ, Harlem, 1919-1920

Orig 1920 Harlem Christian Science Seventh Church New York CityThe original edifice of the Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist was built in 1919 at 516 West 112th Street in Harlem, New York.
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Souleo: LiV Warfield: A ‘BlackBird’ learns to fly

LiV Warfield_photo credit_Chris Ottaunick_image 2(1)LiV Warfield is used to running. But these days, the former track athlete is flying high with a revived music career. It’s all thanks to discipline, confidence, faith and a music legend named, Prince. Continue Reading →

Harlem Man Diddy Tops Forbes’ 2014 List Of Hip-Hop’s Wealthiest Artists

diddyHarlem’s Diddy may have haters at Howard University, but he’s still making a stink about his not graduating. Continue Reading →

Yolande’s Yard: Harlem Chi Community Acupuncture

Greating-HugBy Yolande Brener

Harlem Chi Community Acupuncture on 125th Street was buzzing with good vibes at the April opening party. Locals of all ages stopped by, and although most of the visitors were new to acupuncture, they seemed keen to give it a try. Continue Reading →