Until next week ... kisses
It’s official. You can pack away the bikinis and summer shorts and pull out the long johns. Early reports predict a long, cold winter, so it is not too soon to start squirreling away your nuts.
Still waiting for the leaves to turn colors, the crisp smell of fall in the air and all of the other yummy things that come with October?
What day is the best day ever in Harlem? Well, besides Halloween when the streets are lit up with ghost, goblins, fairies, witches and favorite creatures, it has to be the day of the African-American Day Parade.
Ushering in Fall Fashion Week, and the beginning of the social season, Macy’s presented Fashion’s Front Row 2016 before a sold-out crowd at The Theatre at Madison Square Garden.
Happy days are here again. The kids are back to school. It was a long hot summer—good but hot. There were many moments when tears were shed, because many of those we love passed on to the next dimension. May their souls rest in peace, while their spirits live on in the hearts of family, friends and loved ones.
Thousands upon thousands—if not a couple of million people—jammed onto Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights, Brooklyn on Labor Day for the 49th annual West Indian American Day Carnival 2016.
It’s good to feel the cooler evening winds bring down the temperature from the heat of the hot summer sun on our skin.
Hopefully your sunscreen made it through the summer, and you did too.
I can’t remember a sunnier day, when the son is hot, the air is clear and not a drop of humidity. And I like it just like that.
The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce hosted their Harlem Week/Basil Paterson Awards Luncheon Aug. 11.