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Harlem’s Open-Air African Market

By NativeNewYorker You’ve probably noticed it when you go across 116th Street – the colorful  entrance is hard to miss.  But if you’ve never gone inside, you are missing one of Harlem’s more unique experiences.  Stepping through the whimsical entrance… Continue Reading →

April 1st thru 7th is National Public Health Week

By NativeNewYorker This is National Public Health Week – a great time for all of us to focus on the health and safety of our homes and our community.  Check out the APHA (American Public Health Association) website for daily… Continue Reading →

Edelman and McInerney to receive 2010 Harlem Renaissance Award

By NativeNewYorker Marian Wright Edelman —Founder and President of the Children’s Defense Fund, and Thomas J. McInerney —Chief Operating Officer of ING Insurance and Chairman of the ING Foundation, will be honored at the Harlem Renaissance Day of Commitment Leadership Breakfast… Continue Reading →

Free Reading of “Father’s Day” Next Saturday

By NativeNewYorker I was surprised to learn that April is “Child Abuse Prevention Month”; how sad that we need to have such a month!  Still, the purpose is a worthy one – to raise public awareness and provide education to… Continue Reading →

Free Reading of "Father's Day" Next Saturday

By NativeNewYorker I was surprised to learn that April is “Child Abuse Prevention Month”; how sad that we need to have such a month!  Still, the purpose is a worthy one – to raise public awareness and provide education to… Continue Reading →

Community Dialogue on Environmental Health – Location Change

By NativeNewYorker If you are planning to join WeAct for this Tuesday’s community dialogue (HCL, April 1) with Dr. Linda S. Birnbaum, Director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS),  please note that the location for both the community dialogue… Continue Reading →

Meet NIEHS Director at WE ACT Community Dialogue

By NativeNewYorker WE ACT will be welcoming Dr. Linda Birnbaum, Director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, to an environmental health Community Dialogue on Tuesday, April 13th at the Harlem School of the Arts from 6-8 pm. Dr…. Continue Reading →

“Little Black Book of Success” at Hue-Man This Evening

By NativeNewYorker Rhonda Joy McLean, one of the three dynamic black female executives who authored The Little Black Book of Success, will be signing books at The Hue-Man Bookstore & Café this evening at 5:30 pm.  Elaine Brown, Rhonda Joy… Continue Reading →

Women’s Jazz Festival at the Schomburg in March

By NativeNewYorker I have seen many terrific exhibits at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and even attended an occasional lecture or film but I don’t usually think of it as a destination for music.  I guess that… Continue Reading →

Women's Jazz Festival at the Schomburg in March

By NativeNewYorker I have seen many terrific exhibits at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and even attended an occasional lecture or film but I don’t usually think of it as a destination for music.  I guess that… Continue Reading →

Comedy at Covo Lounge This Sunday

By NativeNewYorker Veteran NYC comedian William Mullin is introducing what he hopes will be a monthly comedy hour this Sunday at Covo Lounge. Mullin says the series will feature comics from Comedy Central, VH1, and HBO such as Rena Zager,… Continue Reading →

A Walk in the Park

By NativeNewYorker Even in the winter, Saturday morning is a great time for a walk through Morningside Park.  Photo by LRJ  

Dwyer Cultural Center: “Harlem Is….”

 By NativeNewYorker If you have not yet visited the Dwyer Cultural Center at 258 St. Nicholas Avenue, you are missing a treat.  I had walked past this new addition to Harlem several times since its opening last June, but I… Continue Reading →

Dwyer Cultural Center: "Harlem Is…."

 By NativeNewYorker If you have not yet visited the Dwyer Cultural Center at 258 St. Nicholas Avenue, you are missing a treat.  I had walked past this new addition to Harlem several times since its opening last June, but I… Continue Reading →

My Harlem, Yesterday and Today

By NativeNewYorker As a Harlem native, I read the NY Times article yesterday about the demographic changes in Harlem with mixed feelings.  I was pleased, of course, to see a feature article about Harlem; amused by the convenient redefinition of… Continue Reading →

Harlem for the Holidays Bazaar Today

By NativeNewYorker Last week HarlemGuy posted about Harlem for the Holidays.  If you are looking for something to do this afternoon, check out their holiday bazaar from noon – 5 pm today at the Hip Hop Culture Center on the… Continue Reading →

HARLEM WEEK 2009: “Historic Celebrations”

By NativeNewYorker August in NYC means HARLEM WEEK, a unique celebration of the history, culture and creativity of the Harlem community. This year marks the 35th anniversary of HARLEM WEEK which started as a one day celebration in 1974 and… Continue Reading →

HARLEM WEEK 2009: "Historic Celebrations"

By NativeNewYorker August in NYC means HARLEM WEEK, a unique celebration of the history, culture and creativity of the Harlem community. This year marks the 35th anniversary of HARLEM WEEK which started as a one day celebration in 1974 and… Continue Reading →

Great deal at Park 117th

By NativeNewYorker Located in the basement of The Douglass at 279 W 117th Street, this used to be a “monthly’s only” garage, (mostly for residents of the Douglass)  but it is now open to the public.  The entrance is actually on 118th… Continue Reading →

Check it out today!

By NativeNewYorker Every year the students at Mount Sinai host a health fair for the Harlem community.  Last year’s was really fun. Try to stop by!

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