Barbara Askins Receives A Bill McCreary Award 2014

Bill McCrerary Living Legion Awards 2014 - Barbara Askins received Black History Month AwardBarbara Askins president of the 125th Street BID was honored with a Bill McCreary Living Legion Awards 2014, during this past Black History Month Award on February 27th, 2014 by Healthfirst. Continue Reading →

How the Right Insurance Coverage can Protect your Business and your Personal Assets

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Insurance is one of the most overlooked responsibilities of business owners. Business insurance covers you for the many different things that can happen to your business, such as: Continue Reading →

The Source Meat Wholesalers or Smitty’s Meat Market In Harlem

The Source Meat Wholesalers market was at 2285 12th Avenue (between 126th and 125th Street). The store was owned by John E. Smith or “Smitty”, who was described as your typically “friendly neighborhood butcher.” Continue Reading →

Jacobus “James” Roosevelt, Harlemite

Jacobus “James” Roosevelt, known, (January 10, 1760 – 1847) was an American businessman and politician from Harlem, NY and a member of the Roosevelt family. Continue Reading →

Schumer On Target With News Conference in East Harlem

Schumer holds a news conference in New YorkU.S. Senator Charles Schumer holds a news conference at the Target store in the East Harlem, NY December 22, 2013. Continue Reading →

Harlem Business Owners And Twitter Founder Discuss Entrepreneurship

Dilday_brown2A different kind of show went on stage at the Apollo Theater in New York on Tuesday night. Square CEO and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey kicked off a conversation with small business owners in Harlem about their goals and needs. Continue Reading →

Join The URBN Youth Entrepreneur Business Launch In Harlem

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Join the talented URBN students who spent the last 15 weeks developing their products, businesses and skills that will propel them into becoming future business leaders in-or-out of Harlem. Continue Reading →