Shop Harlem: Chan Luu Multi Onyx Community Bracelet

Chan Luu Multi Onyx BraceletThe bracelet that keeps on giving for an event like the Community Day of Unity! Day in Harlem from the original designer of the handmade wrap bracelet. This collection is part of Chan Luu’s Ethical Fashion Initiative sod from Harlem to Africa. Continue Reading →

NYPD Cop Held in India for Carrying Bullets

Manny Encarnacion49-year-old Manny Encarnacion, a cop assigned to East Harlem’s 25th Precinct, has been detained in India, NYPD officials said on Friday. Continue Reading →

Souleo: Yoga Activists Fight Human Trafficking

Lara LandBy Souleo

Take a breath. Is it short and strained or is it deep and full? Posing this question to a victim of human trafficking may seem insignificant but according to Lara Land it is a crucial step in the rehabilitation of the more than 4,200 children served by the anti-trafficking organization, Odanadi Seva Trust. Continue Reading →

Sponsored Love: New Talent KJ Drops CD This Week (video)

KJ_RoofThe R&B prodigy known as ‘KJ’ has high expectations for himself and the music that he creates. The 16 year-old entertainer plans to do what many new artists never, or rarely do in their careers, he plans to sell over 3+ million copies of his first official single within the first three months of its release! Continue Reading →

Alicia Keys Partners With Kiehl’s To Keep A Child Alive

mrcbottlehires.b7316090913.originalEarly last month Kiehl’s announced that they created a special edition Midnight Recovery Concentrate in partnership with Harlem’s Alicia Keys. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: A Tribute to DJANGO REINHARDT

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On September 28th there was a tribute to the, Belgian guitarist and composer Django Reinhardt at  Pace Unviersity’s The Michael Schimmel Center.   Continue Reading →

Harlem Woman Helps India Sex Trafficking Victims

Harlem woman works to help India sex trafficking victimsA trip to India in 2010 forever changed Morgan Hansen.

Now she hopes to do the same thing for victims of sex trafficking in that country. Continue Reading →

Henry “Taj Mahal” Saint Clair Fredericks, Harlem

Henry Saint Clair Fredericks (born May 17, 1942), who uses the stage name Taj Mahal, is an American Grammy Award winning blues musician. Continue Reading →