Harlem Black Lives Matter Mural Damaged by Tire Tracks

Harlem - A Black Lives Matter mural in Harlem was damaged before painters's

could even complete the artwork when a car drove over it according

to reports.

Tire tracks and skidd marks were left on the Adam Clayton Powell Jr.Boulvard 

mural over the July 4 weekend, NBC York first reported. Local artist,

Harlem community leaders,

Inside Seating A Harlem Bar Owner Navigates COVID-19 Changing Rules

July 5, 2020 

Karl Franz Williams started cocktail bar almost twelve years ago. He's watched

people fall fall in love here and even witnessed a wedding. Williams actually 

name the bar in honor of a Black -owned, nineteenth century dance hall in

lower in Manhattan Almack's. That dance hall last known address was

67 Orange

Celebrating JUNETEENTH in Harlem

Thursday June 25, 2020

by AMNews Staff

On Friday June 19, Harlemites held its 27th annual Juneteenth Celebration/

Walk to make Juneteenth a State Holiday.

Harlem's Stephanie McGraw of W.A.R.M. (We All Really Matter) hosted a

meal distribution on 125Street. Throughout this time of COVID-19, the 

organization continues to serve to serve the Harlem communuity every

National Black Theatre celebrating founder Dr Barbara Ann Teer

Thursday June 25, Virtual series

The National Black Theatre is celebrating the life and influence of its founder

Dr Barbara Ann Teer, during its Founder Month running through July 18.

NBT is celebrating this month-long-salute to Teer and the founding 

principles she instilled in NBT when she created it in 1968 in the midst

DeBlasio Dines in Harlem as City's Restaurants Reopen

Tuesday June 23, 2020

by Brenda Krisel, Patch Staff

Mayor Bill de Blasio ate at a Harlem comfort food spot Melba's whichnis one 

of more than 3,000 restaurants to apply for outdoor seating.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio celebrated the reopening of the city;s

restaurants by taking in a meal at Harlem restaurant