Posts Tagged ‘Harlem’

Black Cowboys, Busting One of America’s Defining Myths | The New Yorker

Black Cowboys, Busting One of America's Defining Myths | The New Yorker

By Emily Raboteau In a 2016 portrait by the photographer Brad Trent, an older black woman poses on a bale of hay, a white Stetson hat on her head and a pair of hand-tooled cowboy boots on her feet. The fringe on her leather jacket flows downward, as do her knee-length dreadlocks, which echo the […]


The Future is Female… The Woman’s March NYC

The Future is Female… The Woman’s March NYC

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Photography by Imani C. Fuentes (@Imani_celeste) The Trump revolution was consummated on January 20th. In an ominous speech that was partially written by self-avowed White Nationalist Steve Bannon, Trump continued the lies, faux populism and fear mongering that was a hallmark of his campaign. It was a dark day for this […]


Uptown Talk: Latinos Out Loud – Fugazi News

Uptown Talk: Latinos Out Loud - Fugazi News

This week Loca y Bago are joined by Erick Fernandez to discuss social media and everyone’s favorite topic, Fake News.


Uptown Tonight: Inwood Tenant Forum

Uptown Tonight: Inwood Tenant Forum

Inwood Tenant Forum Mon, January 23, 2017 @ 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM  I S 52 Junior High School 650 Academy Street A portfolio of Inwood building have been recently sold. It is extremely important that tenants know their rights during such changes of ownership. Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer has convened an Inwood Tenant […]


Spread Love: Selections @ Elizabeth Dee

Spread Love: Selections @ Elizabeth Dee

The Elizabeth Dee Gallery will be debuting it’s newest initiative this weekend. Entitled Selections, the exhibition series is all about shining a much-needed light on emerging artists. Works included in Selections are chosen by esteemed curators, who are actively engaged with the up and coming artistic voices shaping our society. Elizabeth Dee has tapped culturally […]


The Pressure Pair | Manhattan Times

The Pressure Pair | Manhattan Times

Story by Sherry Mazzocchi When people aren’t well, sometimes they don’t want to discuss why. Especially in a room filled with strangers. Joelle Ludwig and Katy Hogan understand that. They are acupuncturists who are teaming up to provide free sessions. On January 28th, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., they will offer free acupuncture and Reiki in group settings […]


01/20/17: Inaugurate Love – Dreaming Our Nation United

01/20/17: Inaugurate Love - Dreaming Our Nation United

On January 20th, cultural shapers will come together to invoke a citizen-wide gathering designed to unite, uplift and inspire. With a core intention of nurturing a positive alternative, the invitation is open to everyone to join and participate. This dynamic day of programming will embody the true meaning of inaugurate — to initiate, launch, begin. […]


Long-Distance Running Mates: Harlem Women Are In With Planned Parenthood | Newsweek

Long-Distance Running Mates: Harlem Women Are In With Planned Parenthood | Newsweek

BY MICHELE GORMAN The title character in the movie Forrest Gump gains national attention when he embarks on a coast-to-coast running journey that lasts three years, two months, 14 days and 16 hours. “That day, for no particular reason,” Gump says in the 1994 film, “I decided to go for a little run.” Unlike the fictional character, four […]


Figure Skating In Harlem Gives Opportunities To Underserved Communities And Those Of Color | Forbes

Figure Skating In Harlem Gives Opportunities To Underserved Communities And Those Of Color | Forbes

BY Jim Clash For two decades, New York’s Figure Skating In Harlem has helped the underserved and communities of color get involved in the elite sport of figure skating. Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen has helped mentor many of the students along the way. Now FSIH is expanding to include Detroit. Here, we catch up […]


#InstagramUptown: Take Your Shot

#InstagramUptown: Take Your Shot

A photo posted by J🅱 (@uptown_jay_photography) on Jan 12, 2017 at 7:21am PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


Call for artists – “Utopia” exhibition

Call for artists – “Utopia” exhibition

The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in collaboration with New York–Presbyterian – The Allen Hospital, welcomes submissions for NoMAA’s next exhibition titled “Utopia,” curated by Leanne Stella, Director, Art In FLUX, under the Art In FLUX 2017 curatorial theme, “Re-Imagining a City.” Artists are invited to present artworks that use art and play as catalysts […]


The Elixir: The One Thing You Need to Finally Stick to Your New Year’s Resolution

The Elixir: The One Thing You Need to Finally Stick to Your New Year's Resolution

BY Eileen Z. Fuentes (@EileenZFuentes)   The New Year is the time when individuals make radical declarations about personal challenges they want to overcome. Most resolutions focus around health, weight loss, financial freedom, and simply enjoying life more. These are all great goals to achieve but sadly about 80% of them fail. Like many of you, […]


The Fix: Break Out The Crazy – Hold On

The Fix: Break Out The Crazy - Hold On

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Uptown Eats: Pizza Palace

Uptown Eats: Pizza Palace

BY The Hungry Dominican While I in no way will ever back down from proclaiming two of the BEST pizza spots in the city to be tucked away nice and neatly in the Throggs Neck area of the Bronx (Louie & Ernie’s and Tommy’s Pizza), there is one place in particular that stands above the […]


Spread Love: Up Theater Company Presents Dead of Winter 2017

The good folks at Up Theater Company are back with their Dead of Winter play reading series. The series kicks off this Sunday, January 15th and will take place for the following two Sundays in a row. The readings are free and always entertaining so you really can’t go wrong. See below for more info. […]


Uptown Tonight: NYPD Community Briefing on Vermilyea Avenue Takedown

Uptown Tonight: NYPD Community Briefing on Vermilyea Avenue Takedown

Last week, the NYPD conducted a mass raid on Vermilyea Avenue. The operation nabbed 32 young men allegedly involved in drug dealing in the area. Tonight, the NYPD will conduct a Community briefing on the Vermilyea Avenue takedown at the Good Shepherd Auditorium (620 Isham Street) at 6 pm. We invite you to subscribe to […]


Citizens Committee Neighborhood Grants: Have An Idea To Improve Your Neighborhood?

Citizens Committee Neighborhood Grants: Have An Idea To Improve Your Neighborhood?

Through their Neighborhood Grants, Citizens Committee awards micro-grants of up to $3,000 to resident-led groups to work on community and school projects throughout the city. They prioritize groups based in low income neighborhoods and Title I public schools. Recent awards have enabled neighbors to come together to make healthy food available in their communities, transform […]


For immigrant ‘Dreamers,’ an uncertain future | Christian Science Monitor

For immigrant 'Dreamers,' an uncertain future | Christian Science Monitor

Allison Brady’s parents brought her to the United States as a child. While she’s been able to work legally under Obama’s deferred action program, she is among the 740,000 so-called ‘Dreamers’ who feel thrust back in limbo by Trump’s election promises. By Harry Bruinius | @HarryBruinius Allison Brady was thrilled last October when she received […]


Aserica Comes Uptown…

Aserica Comes Uptown…

Hyper cool and subversive Aserica came to Harlem recently for a slick photo-shoot by Tiffany Mumford featuring Fashion Editor Tamara Raquel Jones and model Olantha. Click below to see the rest of the images. Check out: Aserica Comes Uptown…


Get Focused: En Foco is accepting submissions for its 2017 Photography Fellowship | Manhattan Times

Get Focused: En Foco is accepting submissions for its 2017 Photography Fellowship | Manhattan Times

Find your focus. En Foco, the arts organization serving supporters of photographers of color, is accepting submissions for its 2017 Photography Fellowship. The Fellowship is designed to support photographers of color who demonstrate the highest quality of work as determined by a photography panel of peers and industry professionals. Submission Deadline is Monday, February 6, 2017 at […]


#InstagramUptown: Ya Se Jodio La Vaina

#InstagramUptown: Ya Se Jodio La Vaina

A video posted by Nelson Noel Salcedo (@ndzine) on Jan 3, 2017 at 12:58pm PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


In wake of failed Inwood rezoning, city returns with new affordable housing pitch | The Real Deal

In wake of failed Inwood rezoning, city returns with new affordable housing pitch | The Real Deal

By Will Parker De Blasio administration wants to bring “100% affordable” apartments to the site of a library It was less than six months ago that Mayor Bill De Blasio lost a pivotal battle to rezone and redevelop a corner lot in Inwood into a residential tower with market-rate and affordable housing. But now his […]


Why Karl-Anthony Towns Turned Down USA Basketball For The Dominican Republic | The Undefeated

Why Karl-Anthony Towns Turned Down USA Basketball For The Dominican Republic | The Undefeated

BY MARC J. SPEARS | @MARCJSPEARSESPN Dominican cuisine can be quite complicated, but Karl-Anthony Towns likes to keep it simple. Sancocho, the Dominican Republic’s national dish, includes beef, chicken and sometimes even pork, all meats that are regular staples in most Dominican meals. But whether it’s his food preference or his love for his mother’s Dominican heritage, […]


Harlem’s Revolution Bookstore Uses Trump to Raise Funds | DNAinfo 

Harlem's Revolution Bookstore Uses Trump to Raise Funds | DNAinfo 

By Dartunorro Clark HARLEM — Inside Harlem’s Revolution Books, a special display was laid out after Donald Trump was elected president. It includes books on Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust with the subhead: “What we can learn from history.” Alongside it are T-shirts that read: “America was NEVER great.” “We are calling it out for what […]

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