One Museum Mile in Harlem will be the new home for The Africa Center. Slated to open in 2016, they held an Open House on September 20 to meet the community and give us a peek inside their stunning space and hear their plans. Read more.
A walkway cutting through 40 W. 57th St. is a revolving art exhibit bestowed upon pedestrians by the Marlborough Gallery with work by Otterness, Botero, Valdes Read more.
Every September for the past 88 years, Little Italy shares with New Yorkers their traditions in honoring San Gennaro with a major street fair and celebration. Read more.
The Jefferson Market Library hosts an exhibit honoring 9/11 by local artist Luke Kurtis which includes a display of the 9/11 Tiles for America. Read more.
Built in the late 1800's, Strivers Row in Harlem was named after the Up-and-coming 'Strivers' in the African-American community who lived there. Eubie Blake, Adam Clayton Powell, Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson all part of this elegant & eclectic enclave. Read more.
The abandoned Renaissance Theater and Casino was a center for African-America art, music, theatre and dance with a famous ballroom that was never landmarked. Read more.