The above Carl Van Vechten photograph shows a long-gone corner establishment at 464 Lenox Avenue circa 1940. Continue Reading →
The Church of the Master opened as the Morningside Presbyterian Church in November 1893. William C. Haskell designed a little Victorian style building in orange brick in a neighborhood called Harlem of recently built brownstones opposite Morningside Park. Continue Reading →
Over one million people will flock to midtown to uptown today to ring in the new year in Times Square. Continue Reading →
Join Danny Tisdale as he talks today with Nikoa Evans-Hendricks, Executive Director of Harlem Park to Park and the upcoming Harlem Hospitality and Culinary Conference. Also, he speaks to Dr. Nora Presley about Breast Cancer Awareness Month and survival skills for Harlem women.
Listen to the show here.
Walk the beautiful Central Harlem neighborhood on Saturday & Sunday, October 6th and 7th, 2012 from 12PM to 6PM. Continue Reading →
East Harlem, once the largest Italian community in NYC is a pleasant memory for countless former inhabitants. Continue Reading →
This is the Harlem Casino. Some have said it was the oldest theatrical building left in Manhattan. After that initial laying of the cornerstone on June 11th 1889, everything went wrong for what was going to be the West End Theatre. Continue Reading →
Dr. Gina Villani, MD, has made working in communities with “health disparities” like Harlem a life long priority. With a reputation like that we know why Dr. Villani, has been named as the newly appointed CEO of the Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care and Prevention on 124th Street.
If her history is an indication of her commitment, we look forward to her work in Harlem. She was the associate director of the Queens Cancer Center, which offers cancer treatment to underserved communities, to her stint as the vice president of health and quality of life at the Urban League. Continue Reading →