During a recent appearance on Charlie Rose, the host asked Neil Patrick Harris about his recent move: “Why Harlem?” He quickly added, “Why not Harlem might be a good question, too.” Continue Reading →
It’s Vendiful thing that starting this Sunday (and every Sunday through November 23rd) for an exciting new event at La Marqueta: Vendy Plaza, presented by La Marqueta Retoña. Continue Reading →
More than a hundred firefighters battled a huge fire in Harlem Friday evening. The fire started in an apartment on the fifth floor of a six-story building on West 112th Street near St. Nicholas Avenue.
Social media has become a great marketing tool that is available to everyone! However, understanding how it works can be confusing and daunting for some.
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Please join the East Harlem Preservation team on Thursday, September 18th as we celebrate our 9th year of service at the East Harlem Café from 6-9 p.m. and support our efforts to preserve and promote the neighborhood’s culture and diversity. Continue Reading →
A great photograph by legendary Harlem photographer Gordon Parks of a food seller on Lenox Avenue and 129th Street scene, Harlem, New York, in June, 1943.
Photo detail from a “Brownstone gate 121st Street”, (between Mount Morris Park and Lenox Avenue, Harlem, New York, 2012. Continue Reading →
Swing dancers for beginners is Harlem’s most famous dance where you can have fun and meet new people in the greatest village in the world. Continue Reading →