Third Annual Harlem Earth Day Series

2014-Earth-Day-PosterHarlem Park to Park presents the third annual Harlem Earth Day event series. 
Harlem Earth Day promotes the Global Earth Day mission to increase awareness of environmental issues including Green Energy Use, Recycling, Clean Air, Urban Agriculture and Health/Wellness. Continue Reading →

WE-ACT 2014 Input Meeting For 2014

membershipmtg2014(2)Two weeks ago, over 50 members and allies of WE ACT came together to talk about environmental justice and health issues that are impacting their lives and community. Continue Reading →

2012 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid: Fine and Fuel-erific!

English: Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

English: Hyundai Sonata Hybrid (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

With regular unleaded gas priced on average this week at $3.92 per gallon, imagine paying $61 per tank of gas and driving 573 miles before reaching empty while flossing big time in the process. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Chef Gina Keatley Appearing on Food Network Special ‘Savoring Harlem’ with Marcus Samuelson

Chef Gina Keatley will appear on Food Network’s new special entry, “Savoring Harlem,” featuring Chef Marcus Samuelson on Friday, February 24th at 8pm ET/PT. Continue Reading →

Pure Energy: The Feeling That’s Familiar

shareThinking back to last summer a few universal memories come to mind. Michael Phelps helping put swimming on the map. A candidate who advocated change proceeded to redraw the electoral map. And when a certain Vice Presidential candidate said she could see Russia from her front porch, it was clear Sarah Palin should have consulted a map. Also, on the Summer of 2008 highlight reel were gas prices which reached record highs just as working families were about to embark on their summer vacation plans. Thankfully, about the time Americans were choosing that change and electing Barack Obama as President gas prices retreated to reasonable levels. However, with spring in the air, Harlem families may wish we were back in the shorten days of winter because those pesky little gas prices are once again on the rise.

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