Marcus Samuelsson: Easy Sausage and Chicken Gumbo Recipe

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In honor of Mardi Gras today, we’re featuring one of New Orleans’ signature dishes- gumbo! This spicy and hearty stew originated in southern Louisiana as early as the 1700’s. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Marcus Samuelsson Can’t Stop Thinking About Roast Chicken

Marcus Samuelsson doesn’t seem like the kind of guy who has a lot of free time: He’s the owner of Red Rooster and Ginny’s Supper Club, of course, but he’s also working on a new Harlem restaurant (Streetbird, opening this spring), appearing regularly on television shows like Chopped, The Feed, and The Taste, and heading up the first-ever Harlem EatUp! festival, which starts on May 14. Continue Reading →

NYFW With Jonathan Bodrick At The Red Rooster In Harlem

By Morgan A. Grain | Photographs by Diane Allford

Walking into Red Rooster, it wasn’t too long before I spotted Jonathan Bodrick, owner of b.o.r.n boutique—borrowed.old.refurbished.new—located on East 125th street. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Some Of The Best Bars In Harlem

HarlemPublic_V1_460x285New bars steadily popping up under the radar. The newest and some of the oldest spots take into account the Harlem’s changing demographic while nodding to its rich history. Continue Reading →

The Studio Museum Announces Spring 2015 Happenings

doyle at the studio museumThis spring, The Studio Museum in Harlem will present six exciting exhibitions and projects that highlight the breadth and depth of art by artists of African descent. Continue Reading →

“Black Lives Matter”, March In Harlem (photos)

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Great images from the Working Families party as they document the community coming out in support of the Black Lives Matter march on January 19, 2015 near 106th Streets in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Marcus Samuelsson, Red Rooster: “…Give Back And Economically Empower…”

l_6095_marcus‘Finding creative and effective ways to simultaneously give back and economically empower people is something that is increasingly important. Continue Reading →

The “Brownstone Gate, 121st Street,’ 2012 (photograph)

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Photo detail from a “Brownstone gate 121st Street”, (between Mount Morris Park and Lenox Avenue, Harlem, New York, 2012.  Continue Reading →