HCCI’s 10th Annual Jamboree Yacht-ride With Regina Belle

hcci jamboreeJAMBOREE! A SOULFUL EXTRAVAGANZA ON THE HUDSON featuring Grammy-Award winner REGINA BELLE!  Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Love & an “Empty Soul” In Harlem

mail“Wherefore ART?” is a response to Classical Theatre of Harlem’s summer production of Romeo N Juliet.

Art in FLUX activates an underutilized space with visual art while Classical Theatre of Harlem occupies Marcus Garvey Park, jointly engaging theatre and art lovers alike for the summer in Harlem.  Continue Reading →

Alicia Keys And Ruby Dee Tour Harlem (video)

ruby dee and alicia keys in HarlemHarlem neighbors Ruby Dee and Alicia Keys tour Harlem as they talk about their experiences in the great village of Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Top Real Estate In Harlem $7 Brownstone

most expensive real estate in HarlemLocation, location, location! This newly renovated brownstone hits our Top Real Estate In Harlem list, located at 2294 Frederick Douglass Blvd., (between 123rd and 124th Streets), right next door to the swank Aloft Hotel. Continue Reading →

The Annual Food & Drink Boulevard In Harlem

unnamed-3That’s right, you invited by the Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance to The third annual Food & Drink Boulevard summer kick-off. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: The Sneak Peek From Best Yet Market in Harlem

best market advertA nice sneak peek from our neighborhood Best Yet Market, where the folks on Google says “the prices are great, with it has it own floor full of craft beer!” and “everything from cooked eats to sushi, soup and sandwiches.” Continue Reading →

‘Bridging Boundaries: Part II’ At Aloft In Harlem

Give_em_More_Fiyah2dd442Bridging Boundaries: Part II extends the conversation beyond Columbia and into the Harlem community – bridging the communities through artistic expression and discussion.  Part II features three of the FLUX artists in Bridging Boundaries: Redefining Diaspora with a larger representation of their work. Continue Reading →

Strivers Art Circuit, Self-guided walking Tour of Harlem Art

The tour is for public viewing and selling of work, consisting of art studios and venues in the Strivers Row corridor, this Circuit is a collaboration created to develop a hub of arts activity and thereby gain increased visibility and exposure for SAC participants. Continue Reading →

The Dr. John E. Ferdinand home in Harlem

This is the Dr. John Ferdinand home at 230 West 125th Street. It was located on the south side of 125th Street just west of 7th Avenue (now known as Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.,). Continue Reading →