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I know the buyers and the sellers in Harlem and I've been putting them together on some of the highest profile deals," said Drakeford, who recently opened his new office at 1974 Madison Avenue in Harlem.
Gurock closely analyzes the varieties of radicalism that thrived in Harlem and does an excellent job noting the non-ideological dimensions of radicalism (especially socialism) that ultimately stymied truly radical political and economic modes for most of Harlem's Jews.
The Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum and Harlem Week teamed up to make the First Annual Harlem Hip Hop Festival a successful event and part of the future Harlem Week Activities.
Campaigns to improve care and desegregate the medical staff of Harlem Hospital ultimately resulted in the hiring of Black nurses and doctors by the early 1930s, but Harlem remained one of the unhealthiest neighborhoods in New York.
Stopping Salafists with Harlem Shake Salafist Muslims in socially divided Tunisia tried to prevent the filming of current Internet craze the Harlem Shake at a school on Wednesday, but were driven off after coming to blows with students.
The premise of the interviews, and hence of the book, was how and why jazz disappeared from the Harlem musical scene.
Warburg Realty is taking a different tack in the face of the real estate downturn by shuttering its Harlem office, a move the company had previously denied.
In the book, a black church starts on a Harlem street corner but soon moves into a 1,000-seat theater.
You never know when it's a person's first time seeing the Harlem Globetrotters, and you want to make it a memorable moment.
Among them is The Dance Theater of Harlem, which was once forced to close the doors of its school and lay off its main company, and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, which ran up a $1.
The author shows us that African American social realists of the 1930s self-defined and self-identified as a distinct, and a more politically conscious, black movement for social change, by distancing themselves from the Harlem Renaissance of a decade earlier.
The authors of this article are currently entering their third year of collaboration on the Harlem Children's Zone Asthma Initiative (HCZAI), a population-based intervention in Central Harlem in New York City, with multiple partners led by the Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) and the Department of Pediatrics at Harlem Hospital Center (HHC) (Nicholas et al.
executive director of the Harlem Writers Guild and award-winning author, wrote those words in the introduction to BELOVED HARLEM: A LITERARY TRIBUTE TO BLACK AMERICA'S MOST FAMOUS NEIGHBORHOOD, FROM THE CLASSICS TO THE CONTEMPORARY (Broadway Books, $18.
Unlike the well-known and widely circulated anthologies of Harlem writers and writing, this compilation does not limit itself to the work of the famous or little-known writers of the Harlem Renaissance.
Taylor's 'Harlem: Between Heaven and Hell' centres around the socio-cultural ramifications of the installation of a new African-American 'middle class' into the Harlem area.