May 2016

Apollo Announces New Season With Tributes to Michael Jackson and Hendrix

The Apollo Theater announced its upcoming 2016-17 season.

‘Courtroom on Wheels’ Brings Free Legal Assistance to Harlem

A “Courtroom on Wheels” will be rolling into Harlem offering pro bono legal help.

Mafrika Music Festival Celebrates Global Music on 10th Anniversary

BURKINABE ENTERTAINTMENT Presents Mafrika Music Festival 10th Year Anniversary   Burkinabé Entertainment – a leading entertainment company specializing in world music delivers a top-tier festival showcasing the diversity of New York’s global music scene. Mafrika Music Festival is a free,… Continue Reading →

Open House Agenda: 3 Apartments in New Developments to See This Weekend

Three apartments, located in soon-to-open new developments, are holding open houses for the weekend.

Teacher arrested for allegedly forcing students to grope him

A Manhattan charter school gym teacher who allegedly forced two teenage girls to grope him inside the school and also texted them inappropriate photos of his body was arrested Friday. On three separate occasions this month, Brett Bernstein, 32, an… Continue Reading →

Construction Wraps on Seven-Story, Eight-Unit Condominium Project at 310 West 114th Street, Harlem

Construction is wrapping up on a seven-story, eight-unit residential building at 310 West 114th Street, in Harlem, Harlem+Bespoke reports. The 12,554-square-foot project is being developed by property owner Emmanuel P. Denis, doing business as Kew Gardens-based Rafael Homes. Its residential units… Continue Reading →

City Plan Would Transform East Harlem Block Into Affordable Housing Complex

The city plans to transform a city block into an affordable housing complex.

In memory of all things dope (Sat. May 28th)

In memory of all things dope… Enyi Media & DJ Killer B invite you to come get your groove on to the sounds of classic hip hop, reggae, R&B & African. Strictly vinyl selections to feed your soul.

St. Aloysius School in Harlem to Close in August Due To Financial Woes

The 76-year-old school devoted to teaching underserved students in Harlem will close in August.

Tour chef Marcus Samuelsson’s restaurants around the world

Take a virtual tour through the Harlem chef’s eateries and signature dishes.

FLUX Public Art Projects Enjoy Last Week

Image Above: Untitled (luddite), Richard Vivenzio, 2016 [Sisal, dye, screws, shadow, gravity] ARTIST TALK Wednesday, May 25, 6pm-8pm  Discussion begins at 6:30 Exhibition: Dreamers  These three artists, Gregory Saint Amand, Stefano Di Cicco and Roddy Wildeman, all living or working in Harlem, yet from vastly different… Continue Reading →

Cecil Hosts Harlem Industry Night and Rocks Brunch Through May

Our next Harlem Industry Nightevent is Monday May 23rd. Nate Adler and Jonah Miller ofHuertas will take over Minton’s for one special night you won’t want to miss. RSVP now for guaranteed entry! Saturday and Sunday for Brunch at The Cecil… Continue Reading →

ART SPLASH 2016 Opens with Reception Honoring Leaders

Please join us on Thursday, June 2, 2016 , ART SPLASH 2016 – Cocktail Reception, Art Exhibition & Auction, Awards Ceremony & Tastings from Harlem Restaurants. PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS & SPONSORSHIP HERE THANK YOU!

Harlem Students Win Top Prizes At ‘Shakespeare Smackdown’

Several Harlem students won top acting prizes at a citywide Shakespeare competition.

Made in NYC: Flavors only found in Harlem

Get an authentic taste of New York City’s historic neighborhood at these restaurants.

Driver Smokes Cigarette as Rescuers Cut Him From Crashed Car, Witness Says

He rear-ended another car before slamming into a tree in Hamilton Heights, witnesses said. 

Lights at Jackie Robinson Park Blaze During Day, But Go Out at Night

by Dartunorro Clark — </div> Complaints made for more than a year have fallen on deaf ears, a park neighbor said. <div> <img src=”” alt=”” width=”300″ height=”225″></div> HARLEM — In Jackie Robinson Park, the lights only come on in the middle… Continue Reading →

Eat all of Harlem’s best food in one place – Morningside Park Harlem

The New York Post has some great coverage of HarlemEatUP festivities this weekend.  Check it out!

Marcus Samuelsson Gives Harlem Students Healthy Eating Lesson

Marcus Samuelsson hosted a healthy breakfast party for Harlem students.

Developer Snags Harlem Lot After Paying City $875K to Lift Deed: Report

A plot of land in Harlem had its deed restrictions lifted by a city agency.

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