Boys & Girls Club of Harlem New Home At PS 186

extralargeThe Boys and Girls Club of Harlem moved one step closer Thursday to turning its new home from a deserted school building to a $48.6 million state-of-the-art facility, along with affordable housing. Continue Reading →

The NYBIP Is Seeking Harlem Leaders To Serve

NYBIPpic4Want to make a difference? Become a candidate to serve on the New York Blacks In Philanthropy (NYBIP) advisory board. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: Puerto Rican Day Parade Kick-Off At Gracie Mansion

Seitu at day1It was a special and great day at Gracie Mansion this year for the kick-off of the Puerto Rican ( PR ) Day Parade kick off with Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday, June 6th, 2014 in NYC. Continue Reading →

Developer To Replace Abyssinian’s Pathmark With Condo

east harlem condoExtell Development, one of the city’s biggest developers, has its sights set on East Harlem said a Daily News article. Continue Reading →

Dr. Icilma V. Fergus Of Harlem Healthy Hearts New Role

DrIcilmaFergusfromABCThe new President of the Association of Black Cardiologists (ABC) is Icilma V. Fergus, MD, Director of the Cardiovascular Disparities at Mount Sinai Heart at The Mount Sinai Hospital. and runs Harlem Healthy Hearts. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Rice High School May Close In June

The Rice High School Board of Directors announced that it is pursuing several options to ensure that the school can continue to offer young men a Catholic, college preparatory education in central Harlem. Due to a confluence of factors, Rice High School is presently at-risk of closing in June 2011, at the conclusion of its academic year. The Rice High School Board of Directors is developing a plan to keep the school open, keep the school in Harlem, restore its financial strength and position it for a bright future. Continue Reading →