Do yourself a favor and click below to catch a Black Love story beautifully told in 1 minute. Shout out to @indaviduall for the simply stellar work. Enjoy!
S/O @lenin_25 for giving us the different types of Dominican drivers… Which one are you?
Listen up familia, click HERE and do yourself a favor and purchase your tickets to see “Love To Love You Baby: La Historia de Dolores Verano.” Directed by Luis Caballero and starring the incandescent Lorraine Vélez, with simply stellar performances from Francis Mateo and Fernando Contreras, Love To Love You Baby will leave with you when you exit the theater. It will sit in your mind and you will tell others.
Set in the Bronx in the 1970s, Love To Love You Baby tells the all too common story of Dolores Verano, a young Puerto Rican woman that copes with the severe trauma inflicted on her by losing herself in the music of Donna Summer. You have until May 29 to catch this searing production. Don’t sleep.
Get tickets: Love To Love You Baby: La Historia de Dolores Verano
Please join Uptown in welcoming Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison on Wednesday, May 18 at the venerable Riverside Church (490 Riverside Drive). Mr. Ellison led the prosecution team for the George Floyd case, which was one of the most consequential cases of our time. Harlem will be in attendance to hear one of the most progressive and important voices in this country right now. FREE Tickets will not last. First come/first seated.
There is also a fundraising reception taking place prior to the main event. Please click below if you would like to be a part in the fundraising reception.
Being the next president after the worst president in history was never going to be easy.— Middle Age Riot (@middleageriot) May 14, 2022
Are You Ready? Listen up folks, the 2022 Uptown Arts Stroll is only weeks away. This is not just any Uptown Arts Stroll, it is the 20th Uptown Arts Stroll. The BIG 2 0. Can you believe it has been 2 decades of celebrating the arts Uptown?
Each year the Uptown Arts Stroll features open studios, art exhibitions, concerts, literary events and performances during the month of June, throughout Northern Manhattan from West 135th Street to West 220th Street.
At this 20th Uptown Arts Stroll, NoMAA asks the community to share pictures of strolls past. Post on social media and use #20thUAS for a chance to win.
10 winners will each receive a $25 gift card to such awesome eateries as Aqua Marina, Beans & Vines, Carrot Top, The Edge Harlem and Tsion Café.
See a “stroll” through history at https://www.nomaanyc.org/2022/05/photos-20thuas/
Check out: https://www.nomaanyc.org/artstroll/
By Gregg McQueen
Tenants may soon be taking a hike.
In a preliminary vote, New York City’s Rent Guidelines Board (RGB) voted to increase rents on rent-stabilized units.
During a virtual public meeting on May 5, the board voted 5-4 to approve rent increases between 2 to 4 percent on one-year leases and 4 to 6 percent on two-year leases.
The increase would affect about 940,000 rent-stabilized units citywide, which are home to more than 2 million tenants.
A final vote will be held in June after additional public meetings.
An $80 million, state-of-the-art outpatient health center is coming to 124th Street in Harlem.
Slated to open in the fall of 2022, the Mount Sinai-Harlem Health Center will expand services for Mount Sinai Morningside and The Mount Sinai Hospital.
The new center will provide primary care, medical, and surgical specialty care such as cardiology and orthopedics, outpatient mental health care, comprehensive HIV/AIDS care, and dentistry. In addition, it will include on-site radiology, laboratory and pharmacy services.