Street vendors have always been in the crosshairs of the Broken Windows theory of policing. When the disorder-busting approach
How exciting it is to be around for this moment in history. I was fortunate enough to serve with the first African American president of the USA, Barack Obama, and the woman most likely to be the first female President of the USA, Hillary Clinton.
If another gang raid is in the works, it's unlikely to help a situation where young people are surrounded by violence, poverty and police surveillance. In fact, it's just part of a cycle that keeps unfolding on both ends of Harlem.
There is no love lost between some communities in New York and the NYPD. There won't be a tremendous amount tears shed or moments of silence. Some will ask where this outpouring of grief from authorities was when cops had been the perpetrators and not the victims of violence.
A day after her 72nd birthday, Ronnie Spector celebrated in the only way she knows how- serenading a sold out crowd with her golden voice. Before an enthusiastic audience, Spector exceptionally performed all The Ronettes hits from "Be My Baby" to "Walking in the Rain."
El Museo is an indispensable center, home to some of the best resources on Latino art in New York City and the United States.
El Barrio is special place in New York City filled with so many stories about the city's cultural heritage and rich history. Join the Urban Jibaro on a tour exploring some of El Barrio's cultural treasures, and uncover the inspiration behind some of the area's most celebrated works.
Disappearing Acts: Talking Storytelling, Spanish Harlem, and Prep School Suspensions with Author Greg Takoudes
Tell us about your love for Spanish Harlem. Working with nonprofessional actors was one of the great joys of making Up With
In our desire to suss out the fascinating, intricate history and current life of real hip hop in New York City, we had the good fortune of sitting down with Popmaster Fabel.
Latino immigration is reshaping entire neighborhoods throughout the country, and sparking new community trends. The vibrant
HARLEM -- The first-ever El Barrio Week kicks off Wednesday and will feature 14 days of art exhibits, cooking demonstrations
There is genius and then there is GENIUS. This creation (which hails from Spanish Harlem where I went on a photo walk with
Dahoud had advice for those who wish to support Haiti's displaced: "Support your local community organizations. Not the big