Tags » Harlem

What We Learn When Writing a Memoir

Recently, when a neighbor’s son started medical school, he told me he would have to learn 15,000 new words in the next four years. What I found most interesting was that as a college graduate, his vocabulary already consisted of approximately 15,000 words. 574 more words



The last presentation for benefit guests were three videos of the Audubon Mural Project. A collaboration between the Gitler& gallery and the National Audubon Society in West Harlem.

West Harlem

Up In Harlem: Some Sweet Homemade Toffee

Working with family doesn’t always spark the most aspirational images: think the insanity of the Osbournes, Kardashians, Trumps (gasp), and Lohans. But when it comes to making chocolate-covered toffee for Laurie Freeman Pauker, keeping business in the family is sweet. 1,100 more words

Female Chefs

AUDIO | "Wraith Lafrentz" @thag5 @Drethaoneda

Maaaannnn I forgot all about Raef LaFrentz. As did you. But with the emergence of the Wraith, big in part to Drake, Future, and Khaled, Harlem’s  29 more words


Beavers Can’t Prevent Mauling By Bearcats, Get Swept For The Season

It was another unfortunate loss by the City College Men’s basketball team on Tuesday night, as they allow the Baruch College Bearcats to get the season sweep over them. 131 more words


Lady Beavers Take Advantage of Depleted Baruch Team, Get the Season Sweep

For the City College Women’s basketball team, it’s been win after win. After the mishap at Lehman College, the girls have put together two straight victories, the latest one being the Tuesday evening road victory over the Baruch College Bearcats. 159 more words


Bernie Sanders Hits Up Harlem, Scores Endorsement From Prominent Black Scholar Fresh Off New Hampshire Win

Just hours after his victory in the New Hampshire primaries Tuesday, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders swept into New York City’s predominantly Black community of Harlem to meet MSNBC host and civil rights leader the Rev. 415 more words