The Amaretto Espresso Bar is the new place in Harlem for coffee, it’s located at 2124 Frederick Douglas Boulevard between 114th and 115th Streets is open for business. Continue Reading →
African sister and Forbes contributor Farai Gundan reports on the best restaurants in Harlem, she said that, “I am an African. I am an African foodie. I am an African foodie in New York,” my remixed version of Sting’s classic song “Englishman in New York”.
‘Finding creative and effective ways to simultaneously give back and economically empower people is something that is increasingly important. Continue Reading →
Seitu Oronde was on the spot Saturday, September 6th, for the West Indian Day Parade on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, New York. Continue Reading →
Get ready for the new school year with book readings by author Steve Metzger, cooking demonstrations by The Creative Kitchen™, kindergarten readiness workshops and more! Continue Reading →
Fruits and vegetables are a delicious and affordable way for you and your family to eat healthy, and the Health Department wants to encourage Harlemites and New Yorkers to make healthy choices when grabbing a snack to eat on the go. Continue Reading →
Harlem just got greener, thanks to the opening of nonprofit GrowNYC’s seasonal Mt. Sinai Greenmarket, bringing more than just fresh, locally grown produce to the area. Continue Reading →
Business owners from Harlem’s burgeoning food and drink scene will join forces next year to stage a festival to showcase the neighborhood’s culture, officials announced Tuesday. Continue Reading →