On Tuesday night (March 11) at 8pm, the Center for Contemporary Opera (CCO) will present a semi-staged performance of Eric Salzman’s cutting-edge opera, Big Jim & the Small-Time Investors, as part of their Development Series at Harlem’s Faison Firehouse Theater. Continue Reading →
Black History Month at the Gran Piato restaurant in East Harlem, NY, in celebration of the new Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer.
A 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 →
Progressive New York City Council Member Mark Levine is seeking several Rock Star intern to learn, help and experience working in local government first-hand. Continue Reading →
Tenth Avenue runs through the Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen neighborhoods on the west side of the borough, and then as Amsterdam Avenue, through the Upper West Side, Harlem and Washington Heights. Continue Reading →
One of New York’s most recognizable voices was honored in Harlem, NY. Legendary NYC born, City College graduate newsman Stan Brooks was laid to rest Friday. Continue Reading →
Chabad teaches to care for the spiritual and material needs of all Jews, wherever they could be found. Chabad of Harlem suggest where Jews are heading as gentrification marches.
Perhaps it was only a matter of time.
In a city defined by runaway gentrification — Chabad has come to Harlem.
And the popular outreach group that sniffs out where Jews are migrating next has in recent years gained a foothold in Harlem, another fast-morphing neighborhood shedding its old skin. Continue Reading →
Any day is a perfect day to sip on a mug of hot tea; paper cups just won’t do. It’s one of those fall days that give us a preview of our winter days to come. Tea is a versatile beverage; it invigorates and stimulates your mind or can calm and sooth you that can be consumed hot or cold. Continue Reading →