The Harlem Explosion ‘Devastating’ And ‘Leaks’ (videos)

Rescue workers searched the rubble Thursday for victims of a gas explosion that killed at least seven people, while investigators tried to pinpoint the source of the leak and the cause of the explosion. Continue Reading →

Eighth Body Found After Harlem Explosion

_73550611_oneFirefighters are trying to find further victims trapped beneath the rubble of the apartment blocks, with the death toll expected to rise. Continue Reading →

15-Year-Old Jumps To Her Death

jayah-ram-jacksonA tormented 15-year-old girl who mused on Facebook about committing suicide jumped to her death Thursday from the roof of her grandmother’s Upper West Side building (just south of Harlem), police said. Continue Reading →

Harlem Youth Court Is In Session

harlem youth courtAsk us any questions! We will be having an information session on Tuesday, March 11th or Thursday, March 13th  at 4:30pm. Snacks will be provided! Continue Reading →

Andrea Arroyo At The Shabazz Center in Harlem

Arroyo-Exhibit_Shabazz_Closing Reception_1-3-14Please join Andrea Arroyo on Thursday, January 30th, 6-8pm, at The Shabazz Center in Harlem, to celebrate the run of “Memories Interlaced,” the significance of the wonderful venue, art, friendship and all the possibilities in the new year. Continue Reading →

Gov Cuomo Opens Winter Center

Billy Joel Holds Press Conference At Madison Square GardenGovernor Andrew M. Cuomo will activate the State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. to monitor a potent winter storm that is forecasted to impact New York State Thursday and Friday. Continue Reading →

Let there be lights In Harlem

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HERE’S a bright idea. The Department of Transportation on Thursday installed its first City Light, a custom-designed lamppost powered by LEDs that can burn for up to 20 years. Continue Reading →

Cops: Harlem Man Found Dead in Airshaft Was A Homicide

article-reclass-1129A man found dead inside an airshaft in a Harlem building earlier this week was the victim of a homicide, cops said Thursday. Continue Reading →

125th Street BID Weekly And Yearly Pedestrian Count

800px-Eastharlem01Here is the weekly and yearly visitor number count on 125th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard from November 11th-November 17th, 2013 in Harlem from the 125th Street BID: Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: Lisa Zwerling’s The Magic Flute

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Thursday Oct 4th was the opening reception for painter Lisa Zwerling’s The Magic Flute exhibit at the FIRST STREET GALLERY in Chelsea. Continue Reading →

HW Radio: Walter Rutledge behind-the-scenes at Thelma Hill (today)

Walter Rutledge, senior arts and culture editor of HW’s Walters World will host a series of behind-the-scenes conversation about The 35th Commemorative Year of The Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center.

The annual Souls Of Our Feet People of Color Dance Festival is a five-day dance celebration has been aptly named Thirty5-in-5 and will present thirty-five dance companies and artists.

Walter speaks to the people who have help make the commemoration discussing Thelma Hill, the arts and what the celebration means to them. Continue Reading →

Walter’s World: Preview nathantrice/RITUALS

By Walter Rutledge

March is Women’s History Month, how appropriate to present a dance work that focuses on the social, political, emotional and psychological experiences of women. Continue Reading →