HW Pick: Join Open House Of The Fort Tryon Cottage, 1908 (video)

fort tryon park in upper manhattanJoin the Open House New York (OHNY) and see inside the Fort Tryon Cottage in the Hudson Heights, Washington Heights and Inwood, New York, 1908. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Marcus Samuelsson And Team Feed America

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The folks at FYI (a subsidiary of A+E) calls new the show with Marcus Samuelsson part road show, part NYC food adventure, part talk show – this is a deliciously inventive new series celebrating food in all its creative, ingenious glory. Continue Reading →

Harlem, Guess Who’s Coming To Breakfast, Commissioner Bratton

bill brattonJoin the Crain’s Business Breakfast Forum with William J. Bratton, the Police Commissioner, City of New York. Continue Reading →

Black Philanthropy Month 2014, How You Can Get Involved In Harlem

August black philanthrapy monthBlack Give Back reported that August 1st marks the beginning of Black Philanthropy Month 2014 (#BPM2014), a month-long, multi-media campaign designed to inform, inspire and invest in Black philanthropic leadership. Continue Reading →

Harlem And Gov Cuomo Congrats The NY Rangers

ice hockey in harlemHarlem 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 →

Baller City Youth Day In Harlem!

baller basketballHarold 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 →

Geese, Harlem, 1872-1887

1996.164.2-1645_printThe 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.
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