Harlem Jobs Fair At 26th Precinct Community Board

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From Council Member Mark Levine

The NYPD is calling on all of those who do business in Harlem to attend a jobs fair at the Our Children’s Foundation located on 527 West 125th street on November 22nd from 1PM to 4PM with the goal of helping out-of- work Harlem residents find jobs. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Malachi Rivers New Album “Love Is All” (audio)

malachiThe release of Harlem’s Malachi Rivers’ new EP “The Other I” (is due early next year), the soulful Hip-Hop artist debuts the first official single from his new body of work. “Love Is All” produced by Malachi’s long time collaborating producer Brandon D’LUX. Continue Reading →

East Harlem Voices, A Neighborhood’s Stories Told

116thstreet_Lexington_1915Come hear the story of East Harlem told by current and former residents who lived, worked, or visited in East Harlem. Continue Reading →

‘Harlem Kevorkian’ Re-Sentenced In Stabbing

harlem k stabberAfter being convicted of helping a motivational speaker kill himself, a man known as the “Harlem Kevorkian” (Kevorkian refers to Dr. Jack Kevorkian who was jailed for euthanizing terminally ill patients to relieve their pain), received a revised sentence on Monday. Continue Reading →

Union Settlement Associations’ Day of the Dead Celebration (video)

day of the day 1Join the Day of the Dead observance hosted by the great folks at Union Settlement Association one of the oldest institutions in East Harlem, NY, on Thursday, October 30, 2015. Continue Reading →

Ricky’sHalloween Pop‐Up Store Coming To Harlem

RickysNew Street Realty Advisors, LLC is pleased to announce that Ricky’s Halloween has leased  the entire ground floor of approximately 5,000 square feet at 55 East 125th Street, the northeast corner of Madison Avenue, for a Halloween pop‐up store. Continue Reading →

East Harlem Takes Cues From West Harlem

Corn-Exchange in harlemOne sunny morning last week, an engineer with Consolidated Edison unfurled a large sheet of blueprints in front of a block-long vacant lot at East 125th Street and Park Avenue. Continue Reading →