Harlem School of the Arts theater department presents The Colored Museum, April 24 – May 3

Scheduled to run from Friday April 24th – May 3rd, Harlem School of the Arts theatre department’s presentation of writer George C. Wolfe’s The Colored Museum is said to take the audience More »


Silicon Harlem April meetup with DIGITAL.NYC and FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn

Not only is Digital.NYC coming to Harlem this Wednesday, April 22nd as part of its Five-Borough Tour, but also Silicon Harlem will have their April meetup at Madiba Harlem My Image Studios More »


4th Annual Food and Drink Boulevard Event on FDB May 5th

Experience Harlem has announced the 4TH ANNUAL FOOD & DRINK BOULEVARD event, which as always will offer a fun evening of food, cocktails, music and entertainment on 8th avenue’s Harlem Restaurant Row. More »

Eric Wyatt Delivers “Borough of Kings” – Brooklyn Style

Let me just say it upfront:  Eric Wyatt’s Borough of Kings on Posi-Tone Records is an instant post-bop classic, destined to be one of the jazz world’s more important works of our time.  If More »

Apollo Theater honors Billie Holiday

Apollo Theater honors Billie Holiday on her 100th birthday

The Apollo Theater in Harlem celebrated the Billie Holiday’s 100th birthday by honoring the great Jazz vocalist with a plaque on the Apollo walk of fame, and lighting up the Apollo marque More »

Silicon Harlem APPY HOUR Event Mar 25, 2015 at TEEM CoWorking – FREE

Silicon Harlem TEEM CoWorking

Silicon Harlem is having an APPY HOUR tech meetup Event this Wednesday March 25, 2015 at TEEM CoWorking space located at 1463 5th Avenue, 118th street in Harlem.  You can register for the This FREE EVENT here.

APPY HOUR « Silicon Harlem

Silicon Harlem is a social venture that has been designed to transform Harlem in to a technology and innovation hub. This includes establishing co-working spaces, gigabit infrastructure, securing investment capital, and hosting monthly meetups.

Harlem Park to Park 4th Harlem Earth Day event series

2015 Harlem Earth Day events

Harlem Park to Park presents the fourth Harlem Earth Day event series to promote the Global Earth Day mission to increase awareness of environmental issues including Green Energy Use, Recycling, Clean Air, Urban Agriculture and Health/Wellness.  This is always a fun family affair, with a bunch of activities taking place in Morningside Park with participating Harlem businesses and organizations in the community.

Documentary Filmmaker Albert Maysles Dies at 88

Legendary Documentary Filmmaker Albert Maysles has passed away at home at the age of 88.  Maysles directed “Grey Gardens,” and “Gimme Shelter,”  and he founded the Maysles Cinema on Lenox Avenue in Harlem.


Blue Note Presents: Ms. Lauryn Hill at Madiba Harlem

HARLEM MUSIC EVENT ALERT!  Don’t miss this special upcoming concert uptown: Blue Note Presents: Ms. Lauryn Hill – SMALL AXE: Acousting Performance Series – Live at Madiba Harlem at My Image Studios Friday, March 20 & Saturday, March 21

Concert starts @ 9:00PM
Doors open @ 8:00PM
Tickets $125.00

REAL ESTATE – The next Harlem renaissance is happening in Hamilton Heights

REAL ESTATE – The next Harlem renaissance is happening in Hamilton Heights

Hamilton Heights — the Harlem enclave where founding father (and Post founder) Alexander Hamilton lived back when it was farmland — has come a long way from its bucolic past. Buildings ultimately rose on the pasture, and now house hunters largely pushed out of more expensive areas are descending upon the ’nabe and making the local market heat up.

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The next Harlem renaissance is happening in Hamilton Heights

Mess Hall bar on 8th avenue in Harlem offers craft beers and bourbon

Mess Hall bar opened this weekend at 2194 Fredrick Douglass Blvd. on 118th street.  The bar will focus on craft beers and bourbon.

“After 1 long year we are opening our doors today and hope to see you all there. 10 Beers on Tap, 20 plus Bourbons, and some slick cocktails.”

The Mess Hall aims to be the go-to neighborhood bar.

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Craft Beer and Bourbon Bar Opens on Fredrick Douglass Boulevard – Central Harlem

West Harlem Art Fund and Friends present “On the Edge of Fusion” at MIST Madiba


West Harlem Art Fund During Armory Arts Week from March 2nd through March 6th, The West Harlem Art Fund and Friends are presenting “On the Edge of Fusion” - a four day, pop-up digi salon with live art installations at MIST Madiba Harlem. This great venue has been revitalized since Madiba Restaurant and Cafe opened here, and will make for the perfect space for this FREE event.

The West Harlem Art Fund‘s Savona Bailey-McClain is lead Curator for “On the Edge of Fusion”, while participating curators also include Socially Relevant Film Festival, Producers Rico Washington and Shino Yanagawa Producers of Finding Dante.  Artists include Lady K Fever, Iliana Emilia Garcia, Maddie Irmen, David Joly, Yuon Kibaik, Ellen Maynard, John Michael Reefer, Dianne Smith, Vaughn Spann.

Curator-driven, this digital platform will allow participants to enjoy watching digital art, and digitally-based films ONLINE from the comfort of their homes or LIVE at MIST where participants can talk and share their opinions with others. On the Edge of Fusion will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and led by the Curator Savona. This special Armory Arts Week program is recognized by the organization Light2015 for the International Year of Light.


MIST – Madiba Harlem
46 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10026

Monday, March 2, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
New York, NY

Silicon Harlem 2 Year Anniversary Meetup at MIST – Madiba Harlem

Silicon Harlem

Come to Silicon Harlem‘s 2 Year Anniversary Meetup at MIST Harlem – Madiba Harlem this Wednesday at 6:00pm. This is a FREE EVENT featuring the Founder of ChallengePost.com and the Supervising Producer of Casting for the hit show SHARK TANK. There will be a sneak peak at a new web series titled Style by Kree.  RSVP for February 25, 2015 Meetup http://event.siliconharlem.net/rsvp-for-february-25-2015-meetup/

My Image Studios
46 W. 116th St., Harlem, NY 10046,
February 25, 2015.

Silicon Harlem