As part of its popular Christ Chapel Chamber Series, The Riverside Church will feature The New American Quartet for “Mystic Autumn,” a program of jazz inspired by the Kabbalah, Judaism’s book of mysticism. 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 one woman performance captured by Seitu Oronde at the Presbyterian Church in Harlem on Saturday, August 23rd, 2104.
On Monday night, a massive fire raged through a 24 unit apartment building on 136th Street and Amsterdam. It took nearly 200 firefighters two hours to bring the fire under control. Continue Reading →
Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor of New York State
Dear Governor Cuomo:
Mobilizing Preachers & Communities (MPAC) is writing you today to express our deep concern about how the SUNY Board and its chairman, H. Carl McCall, have managed the sale of Long Island College Hospital (LICH). Continue Reading →
If you’ve ever walked along 125th Street between Park and Madison Avenue in the center of Historic Harlem, New York you are apt to feel yourself entering a whole new world. Continue Reading →
Some of the worshipers told TMZ … they believe that Harlem man Mase is living a double life, spending as much time in the studio with hardcore rappers as in the church. Continue Reading →
The Church of the Master opened as the Morningside Presbyterian Church in November 1893. William C. Haskell designed a little Victorian style building in orange brick in a neighborhood called Harlem of recently built brownstones opposite Morningside Park. Continue Reading →
An unfinished church, an ongoing lawsuit and a dwindling congregation were the last things the Rev. C. Carlton Woodward envisioned nearly seven years ago when he struck a big deal with a trio of developers. Continue Reading →
By Walter Rutledge
Creativity is the original magic. At first it was the way to explain the unknown, but soon evolved into a social necessity enriching the mundane and sublunary.Republics have come and gone, dynasties dissolved, but the greatness of these civilizations remains in the art they have left behind.