The Langston Hughes Festival Celebrates Walter Mosley

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Join the Langston Hughes Festival & The City College of New York Honor Award Winning Detective Fiction writer Walter Mosley the Best-selling mystery writer Walter Mosley will receive the 2014 Langston Hughes Medal at The City College of New York in Harlem. Continue Reading →

‘HOMAGE 3: ILLMATIC’ An Original Play In Harlem

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The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Changing Perceptions Theater, and the Creative Collective present HOMAGE 3: ILLMATIC an original play by Shaun Neblett (penname SNEB1). 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 →

Harlem’s Jim Jones and Top Pop Soda Launch!

mailHip Hop and Harlemite Jim Jones and Top Pop have teamed up to create a new beverage called Vamp Soda. The first flavor to be released is called Vamp Berry. The soda hits your favorite retailers in New York on October 31st.   Continue Reading →

Ricky’sHalloween Pop‐Up Store Coming To Harlem

RickysNew Street Realty Advisors, LLC is pleased to announce that Ricky’s Halloween has leased  the entire ground floor of approximately 5,000 square feet at 55 East 125th Street, the northeast corner of Madison Avenue, for a Halloween pop‐up store. Continue Reading →

EBOLA, A Community Forum In Harlem

ebola in harlemWest Harlem Development Corporation and Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer‘s Office are hosting an important conference in Harlem about Ebola on Thursday, October 30, 2014 from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Continue Reading →

Columbia College Boathouse, Harlem, 1895

ColumbiaboathouseSide view of the (then) new Columbia College Boathouse, at 115th Street and the Hudson River, Harlem, New York, 1895. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Celebrating “Urbanist” Painter Frank Morrison

Morrions  imageHouse of Art Gallery, a Bedford-Stuyvesant contemporary  pioneer that has carved a niche  as a promoter of urban  culture joins the debate with  an exciting  multi-media exhibit  and   program of lectures, installations  and discussions with complimentary sounds and music. Continue Reading →