Honoring Patrolman Cardillo: Harlem Community Board Not Blocking Street Sign

mosque 7 case in harlemHenrietta Lyle, the chairperson of Community Board 10 in central Harlem, called PIX 11 Investigates Tuesday evening to tell them that CB 10 board “has never opposed” a public honor for slain Patrolman Phillip Cardillo.   Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Tupac And Monster Kody (Audio)

tupac and biggieConsidering all that Harlem born Tupac has contributed to hip hop in such a short amount of time, it’s hard to imagine Tupac Shakur being a fan, but a never-before-heard phone call reveals that very side of the late lyricist.  Continue Reading →

Sufi Abdul Hamid, Harlem’s Hitler, 1903-1938

sufi abdul hamid Sufi Abdul Hamid (born Eugene Brown) (January 6, 1903 in Lowell, Massachusetts – July 30, 1938) was an African-American religious and labor leader, and among the first African converts to Islam, accused of Anti-Semitism. Continue Reading →