It’s no underground secret that Harlem’s subways are the ultimate in people-watching (the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, N, R, B and C trains) — and we’ve got a lot of attractive people traveling in and around our village: to get to model casting calls, fab food spots or hot new startups – Harlem is it. Continue Reading →
On Monday, July 28th, Albert Maysles will be in Washington D.C. to receive the National Medal of Arts from President Obama. Continue Reading →
Harlem, NY Congressman Charles Rangel believes that President Obama has not been able to work with members of the Tea Party in Congress because they are “racist” and “mean” and from former “slave holding states.” Continue Reading →
Listen to the HW Podcast show with host Danny Tisdale as he talks to Carolyn Butts, Director of African Voices, about A Choice of Weapons: The New Renaissance Artists, a May 16th, Tribute to Gordon Parks and Larry Scott Blackman, Deputy Park Commissioner discuss the Shakespearean Sonnet Slam on May 19th in Harlem.
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By Claude Jay
The Origin of the Watch Night Service
On December 31, people around the world will gather to celebrate waiting and watching as 2009 goes out and the New Year 2010 comes in. Just a short subway ride from Harlem, thousands of people will gather to watch the ball drop In Time Square. As we look back on 2009, there is much to reflect on in our lives, in our neighborhoods, city, state, country and world. Continue Reading →
Last Father’s Day, President Obama challenged young men to step up as fathers, asking them to recognize that their “responsibility does not end at conception.” VH1 and 3 Ball Productions are taking that call to heart with the new series “Dad Camp,” which tasks a small group of young fathers-to-be to step up and become responsible and caring parents. “Dad Camp” premieres on VH1 on Monday, May 31 at 10:30 PM* Continue Reading →