Building Blocks of Success is an AOL program in which they invite groups of students from underserved schools who are specifically interested in tech/engineering/coding to their office for a career exploration visit. Continue Reading →
Harlem World Magazine sends a shout out to the NY Rangers for taking it to the next level and going to the Stanly Cup playoffs against the LA Kings for the second time in 10 years.. Continue Reading →
Uptown’s funkiest outdoor dance party is back – sweeter than ever!
Pack a blanket, bring your solo cups & join us as we kick-off the summer season
Harold Benjamin owner of Baller City Basketball a Non-For-Profit league in Harlem, NY. In June Baller City Basketball will have their 1st Annual Baller City Youth Day Fundraising event held in General Grant Housing in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →
The photograph is titled “Geese, Harlem, 1872-1887″, but there’s a bunch of interesting things going on in the photograph. In addition to the geese checking out the photographer, there are goats eating grass, rocks lined up for some reason, and the shadow of the on the photographer George Bradford Brainerd somewhere on an unpaved rocky street in Harlem, New York around 1872-1887.
The “Harlem Dragball” community on Saturday, April 19th 2014, at the Holiday Inn Grand Ballroom at 440 West 57th St., NYC @ 6pm., will honor individuals for their over 25 years of dedication and historical preservation of the Harlem Ballroom Dragball competitions which now in 2014 has expanded globally with events being held around the world in countries of Japan, Russia, England, and France. Continue Reading →
The article below is part #2 of the article, to read part #1 please click here.
Last week I outlined how Just Food, a non-profit organization, is building a just and sustainable food system for NYC via CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture), farmers’ markets, community chefs and supplying fresh, locally grown food to food pantries. Continue Reading →
The Salon Series at The Apollo Theater provides development support for contemporary new work that cuts across artistic disciplines and expands the Theater’s tradition of nurturing emerging and established artists by providing critical support in their creation of new work. Continue Reading →