From Harlem With Love: A Letter To Uber April 27, 2015 Given my expertise in diversity and strong desire to see significant improvements in the tech sector regarding diversity, I have been closely following the discussion about diversity in Silicon… Continue Reading →
After being shuttered for months because of a past kitchen fire, Maison Harlem at 127th and St. Nicholas planned its re-opening for Monday, April 20th.
We really loved this piece on this intimate community oriented eatery in East Harlem. At SpaHa Soul in Spanish Harlem, Camaraderie on a Plate. A tiny restaurant in East Harlem delivers conviviality and an unstylized menu that is not concerned… Continue Reading →
Happy Easter Harlem. Souls If you are looking for some great gospel music to help you celebrate this oh so very special day check out our hand picked selection of podcasts. Hearts and minds If you are looking for guidance regarding… Continue Reading →
Mr. Linzy first caught the art world’s attention in 2005 as the breakout artist of two shows, one at the Studio Museum in Harlem, the other at Taxter & Spengemann, a Chelsea gallery. “A star is born,” wrote Holland Cotter,… Continue Reading →
Personal In an envelope marked: Personal God addressed me a letter. In an envelope marked: Personal I have given my answer. Click here to view the inspiration behind this post.
Hop your way to Harlem this weekend. Join @The5andDiamond for a special #Easter #BrunchByJoe! Eggs, French Toast, Mimosas, and more! Reserve Today and call 917.860.444! For the brunch menu: bit.ly/5andDiamond
The annual gala on Thursday, April 2nd at MIST Harlem. The executive committee of the Harlem Arts Festival ill present the Lynnette Velasco Community Impact Award to Dr. Brenda Greene, the executive director of the Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College of the… Continue Reading →