Qoute Of The Day: “Children Dying Unnecessarily Is Ridiculous”

Eric CliettePix11 reports that New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams has seen enough. “This pandemic, this public health crisis is not something that is being ignored, it is not something that we are going accept as normal.” Continue Reading →

Rosa Parks’ Memorabilia In Harlem Warehouse

rosa-parks-archiveRosa Parks’ lifetime belongings continue to sit unsold in a Harlem warehouse. The decades-old civil rights memorabilia, including her Presidential Medal of Freedom and a signed postcard from Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., has been up for auction since 2006. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: “RoboCop II,” 2014, (video)

watch-the-first-official-trailer-for-robocop--L-pM56_2In “RoboCop,” the year is 2028 and multinational conglomerate OmniCorp is at the center of robot technology. Continue Reading →

Twitter Founder Brings Small Business Talk to Harlem

extralargeAs the co-founder of Twitter, and founder and CEO of mobile payments processor Square, Jack Dorsey has used his tech know-how to launch successful businesses. Continue Reading →

Apollo Celebrates 75th at the Smithsonian

Built in 1914 and originally named Hurtig and Seamon’s New Burlesque Theatre, Harlem’s famous Apollo Theater first catered to whites only. Continue Reading →