Harlem Seniors To Move After $100 Mil Salvation Army Sale

williams-residence in west harlemThe Westsider wrote that the Salvation Army has made a deal to sell The Williams senior residence on 95th street and West End Avenue to a private developer for $108 million, and plans to remove the remaining seniors from the building. Continue Reading →

Red Rooster Hosts Benefit for Victims Of The Harlem Explosion

marcus and harlem collapse.png.CROP.rtstoryvar-largeAs you may or may not know residents and business owners in East Harlem neighborhood are still struggling to recovering from the gas explosion that left eight people dead and flattened two 5-story apartment buildings more then two weeks ago. Continue Reading →

Sponsored Love: Free Cool Stuff for All at the Harlem Stop ‘N’ Swap

grow nycThe new year is here, and Harlem residents resolving to get rid of last year’s clutter need look no further than Stop ‘N’ Swap®, a free community event organized by local non-profit GrowNYC coming to Harlem on January 25th. Continue Reading →

Stepson Is Charged Salvation Army Stabbing

stab19n-1The stepson of a Salvation Army worker who was stabbed to death in Harlem was charged late Wednesday in his killing, the police said. Continue Reading →

15 Tips For Thrift Shopping In Harlem

 

Shopping at Thrift stores in Harlem is a great way to extend your budget and save money. There is always an alternative to paying full retail price. If you are new to thrift shopping, here are a bunch of tips to help your shopping experience run smoother. Continue Reading →

First Person: Spending Less, Saving More In Harlem

When it comes to tweaking the household budget to free up cash for unexpected bills, my husband and I have always discovered that the easiest plan is simply to stop spending money.

Sure, there’s always household bills that a family can’t avoid such as housing costs, transportation, groceries, and other essentials. But there is also a whole other tier of household spending that can and should be trimmed, especially in this fickle economy. Continue Reading →