Join Sabree’s Pop Up Event At The Harlem Book Fair

wordcloudnewAs a leader in the community, business owner, parent, and member of the community it is up to us to help our infants and toddlers have a great start to their success later. Continue Reading →

When Will You Change Your Disposition?

positivity-vs-negativityBy Daseta Gray, M.Ed, Certified Infant/Toddler Specialist

Disposition means ones attitude, perspective and beliefs.

As an Educator, child care provider, parent and community leader you must keep in mind you are the key to helping to develop young minds. Continue Reading →

Calling All Young Chefs In Harlem!

Calling all young chefs!First Lady Michelle Obama is teaming up with Epicurious, the Department of Education, and the Department of Agriculture to host the third-annual Healthy Lunchtime Challenge recipe contest. Continue Reading →

Reseeding: Gardening Tips for March In Harlem

Planting Day 1GrowNYC is always doing great stiff in-and-out of Harlem. In this article we picked the Gardening Tips for March from their Garden Dispatches Winter 2014 newsletter, it’s all about reseeding. Continue Reading →

Moby, Almost Home, 2014 (Audio)

Taken from the recently released album, Innocents, Almost Home has been given a heavenly hazy rework by US producer Washed Out. Continue Reading →

Dining With Miss Lil: Custom Fuel Pizza

Custom Fuel Pizza PartnersBy Lil Nickelson

Custom Fuel Pizza, located at 2288 Frederick Douglass Blvd on the Southeast corner of 123rd Street, held a launch party on the evening of Tuesday, March 4th, 2014.  Continue Reading →

Kelis New Cooking Show Airs

kelis-in-the-kitchenHarlem mom, and recording artists Kelis certainly has an obsession with food these days. Not only is Food the name of her upcoming new album, but the songstress is also a bit of a chef herself. Continue Reading →

Kelis Talks About Her New Hustle (video)

HipHollywood recently caught up with Harlem momma Kelis about her forthcoming album, ‘Food.’ Continue Reading →

Walter’s World: Weekend Picks Dance, Theater and Holiday Cheer (video) December 14, 2013

By Walter Rutledge

This weekend its beginning to feel a lot like Christmas. We have dance in Midtown, theatre and a search for new talent in Harlem, and a literary happening on the Upper Westside. Here are a few of the many arts related events taking place around town and in our community. Continue Reading →