The Manhattan side of the 155th Street Bridge is a complex intersection where pedestrians are too often forgotten within a swirl of turning vehicles and impatient drivers. Continue Reading →
A lesser-known attack on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. occurred at a book signing in Harlem on September 20th, 1958, almost a decade before his assassination. Continue Reading →
Verlene Cheeseboro is a defender of her faith. As the pastor of Harlem’s Church of Scientology, she doesn’t like hearing “lies and misinformation” about her religion. Continue Reading →
A New York City Housing Authority staffer tricked three residents of the Jefferson Houses in East Harlem into giving her rent checks she then pocketed, prosecutors said Thursday. Continue Reading →
Join David C. Banks president and CEO of Eagle Academy in conversation regarding young boys and his new book “Soar -How Boys Learn, Succeed and Develop Character,” in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
A great photograph by legendary Harlem photographer Gordon Parks of a food seller on Lenox Avenue and 129th Street scene, Harlem, New York, in June, 1943.
Have an idea for a great business start up? Join the Business Plan Information Session on Wednesday, September 10th at 6:30 pm. Continue Reading →
Swing dancers for beginners is Harlem’s most famous dance where you can have fun and meet new people in the greatest village in the world. Continue Reading →
Summer Stage in Harlem heated up with Jazz and Fashion night to see Harlem’s best Jazz performers and fashion dazzle up the plaza at the Harlem State office Adam building plaza on Jazz night Thursday, August 21st, 2014.