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 is…THEATER: The South African Connection

Sarafina_photo_Brigitte_LacombeCommunity Works’ harlem is . . . THEATER continues its exploration of Black Theater’s influence on Harlem and New York City with a conversation with legends in American theater on Monday, March 9, at 6 p.m. at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center.
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Columbia University Camp Summer Scholarship

West Harlem Development Corporation will conduct a lottery for 12, two-week scholarships to Columbia University’s Roar-ee’s Cubs Camp this summer.

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Gregory Porter Headlines Harlem Arts Salon Fundraiser

gregory porterGrammy-nominated baritone Gregory Porter, named by NPR as “the next great male jazz singer,” is now headlining the Harlem Arts Salon’s fundraising festival on Sunday, March 8th at MIST Harlem. Continue Reading →

The Apollo and Cassandra Wilson Team For Billie Holiday 100th Birthday Walk of Fame Induction

cassandrawilson_980The Apollo Theater in collaboration with Absolutely Live Entertainment will celebrate the 100th birthday of Billie Holiday with presentations honoring the late jazz and blues singer and featuring two-time Grammy winning musician Cassandra Wilson. Continue Reading →

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)

dovers10By Marv Goldberg

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 →