Capt. Jonathan Atkin At Sette Pani In Harlem

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Capt. Jonathan Atkin specializes in aerial images for the maritime industry.  An accomplished image maker for editorial and corporate clients, Jonathan’s passion has long included dance and maritime. Continue Reading →

Gov Cuomo State’s Response To Ebola Patient In NY

possible-ebolaGovernor Andrew M. Cuomo today outlined New York State’s response to a positive test for Ebola in a patient at Bellevue Hospital in New York – in order to ensure public health and safety and contain the disease. Continue Reading →

Harlem Dr. Who Treated Ebola Patients Is Upgraded

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A New York City doctor who traveled with Doctors Without Borders to treat Ebola patients in Guinea is being evaluated at Bellevue Hospital after experiencing a high fever and gastrointestinal symptoms. Continue Reading →

The Day HCZ Headquarters Was Renamed The Geoffrey Canada Community Center

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Photographs by Diane Allford

Can one person make a difference? We think these images from the dedication of the re-naming of the Harlem Children’s Zone headquarters to the Geoffrey Canada Community Center answers that question.

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Dining With Miss Lil: New York City Wine & Food Festival 2014 A Fabulous Place To Be

Sunny_Anderson_and_Miss_LilThe 7th Annual New York City Wine & Food Festival (“NYCWFF”) was held from Thursday, October 16th through Sunday, October 19th, 2014 and it is a fabulous place for food and wine enthusiasts to come together.  Continue Reading →

The 2nd Annual Strivers’ Row Tour In Harlem (audio)

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The Kings Court West 139th Street Block Association sponsored the Strivers’ Row & Beyond for their 2nd Annual Strivers’ Row Home Tour on Sunday, October 5, 20014.  Continue Reading →

Souleo: AARP survey reveals concerns of African-Americans 50+

AARP Infographic_page 2Lack of affordable housing. The challenges of family caregiving. Age discrimination in the workplace. These are just some of the major concerns of African-American voters age 50 and older in New York City as revealed by an AARP commissioned survey in 2013. Continue Reading →

Hospital Give Families Access To Fruits & Vegetables

veggies in the public domainThe New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) today announced the expansion of a program that allows doctors at HHC’s Elmhurst and Bellevue Hospital Centers to write fruit and vegetable “prescriptions” to children who are overweight or obese to help improve access to healthy food and promote overall health and wellness in the community.  Continue Reading →

Between the Lines: George Clinton At The Schomburg In Harlem

harlem world magazine big logo1The funk musician George Clinton shares stories about his life and career on the occasion of the publication of his new book, Brothas Be, Yo Like George, Ain’t That Funkin’ Kinda Hard on You?: A Memoir. Continue Reading →

Harlem Music Royalty Greets Newcomer To NYC Music Scene

Luca Foffano & Mercedes EllingtonDancing darling and music royalty, Mercedes Ellington, granddaughter of Harlem jazz legend Duke Ellington, recently ran into Italian operatic tenor Luca Foffano at the famed eatery Sardi’s in New York City. Continue Reading →

Celebrate the Reopening of 125th Street Library with Spooky Tales to Tingle Your Spine

ExcitedKids600The 125th Street Library is reopening its doors after receiving a series of key infrastructure improvements, and you and your family are invited to welcome it back! Continue Reading →