Marcus Samuelsson, Red Rooster: “…Give Back And Economically Empower…”

l_6095_marcus‘Finding creative and effective ways to simultaneously give back and economically empower people is something that is increasingly important. Continue Reading →

Qoute of The Day: “I’ll Still Go in Wal-Mart And Come Out And N—-s Will Still Think Its Versace.”

070914-music-jim-jonesHarlem’s Jim Jones made our Qoute Of The Day post in an article by BET.com where they reported just seven years ago, in 2007, the leaders of Dipset and G-Unit, two of the biggest crews in hip hop, were at war. Continue Reading →

Qoute Of The Day: “I Don’t Want To Say We Run New York, But…”

asap yams-vibeIf any young entrepreneur in Hip-Hop could be likened to legendary moguls like Puff Daddy and Dame Dash off of demeanor alone, it’s A$AP Yams. Continue Reading →

Qoute of The Day: “It’s nice to be important,…”

Hal-Jackson-young“It’s nice to be important, But more important to be nice.” – words of the late great Mr. Hal Jackson WBLS Radio (from Harlem songstress and Harlemite Melba Moore on Facebook) Continue Reading →

Qoute Of The Day: Rangel, A “… Threat To Our Democracy.”

US-COURT-SCIENCE-BIOTECH-FILESIn another sharp blow to the campaign- ­finance system in effect since the 1970s, the Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down a key contribution limit in federal races — allowing big donors to cut checks to as many congressional candidates as they want. Continue Reading →

Qoute of The Day: Mase, “I Could’ve Saved MJ.”

maseHW posted an article last week stating that Harlem man rapper and preacher Mase intends to keep preaching in his church about his plan to spread the word of God to the hip-hop community, and today it’s reported that it all was sparked by Michael Jackson’s death. Continue Reading →

Qoute Of The Day: “I Don’t Look …” – Mandela

Nelson-Mandela“I don’t look at the achievements of the individual, but the achievements of group.” – Nelson Mandela Continue Reading →

Qoute Of The Day: “(My) Husband Would Pay For Everything”

Gothamist reports that Lisa Maria Falcone, the Spanish Harlem girl made good, thanks to marrying a hedge fund billionaire, was used to being in the tabloids for her crazy couture. Continue Reading →