As associate producer for Harlem EatUp! 2019, I am so excited to be working with some outstanding community art and culture organizations for the pre-festival program WarmUp! to EatUp!
Last week I waxed on about the fifth annual Harlem EatUp! festival (@HarlemEatUp), taking place May 13-19, 2019.
As Harlem EatUp! celebrates its fifth year, it continues to regale us with the rich food, art and culture of our growing Harlem community.
It is that time of year: I am so proud to announce the now fifth annual Harlem EatUp! festival!
This month my business SCHOP! celebrates 17 years in business! SEVENTEEN!
Admittedly, I do not make it to East Harlem enough. I know I am missing a whole lot of awesome regional Mexican, Dominican, Puerto Rican and pan-Spanish foods as well as...
The organizers of African Restaurant Week produced a new week of events to celebrate Black History Month titled A Taste of Africa Week.
I do love some chili, especially on cold days like we have been having.
Listen, you work hard! You deserve free delivery every day to the office, but seldom if not ever get it. Well, tomorrow, Feb. 8, you will get it for you and four of your colleagues (…or five orders for yourself) ...
Yes, yes, NYC Winter Restaurant Week is happening all over the city, as we reported last week. However, we were remiss not to highlight East Harlem’s Uptown Winter Restaurant Week...
You know what this Sunday is and whether you like it or not, the food will always be a winner.
Running from Jan. 21 to Feb. 8, it’s the annual NYC Winter Restaurant Week 2019! Get into a two-course lunch for $26 and/or a $42 three-course dinner at participating restaurants.
TV One launched their new women’s channel, CLEO TV, with an exclusive preview of their new series, “Just Eats with Chef JJ.”
Black-owned health food store 7 Grains is celebrated 43 years, and its owner, Abdul M. Malik, is celebrating his 80th birthday.
Yes, I had my “luck in the new year” black-eyed peas Jan. 2. And? I had them, they were delicious and I feel lucky!