Harlem One Stop NYC

Harlem One Stop NYC Things to Do and Places to Visit in Northern Manhattan- Harlem (West, Central and East "El Barrio) and Washington Heights-Inwood

Harlem One Stop is a community-based cultural tourism initiative which seeks to establish a one stop network for Upper Manhattan-Harlem-based tourism through alliances and strategic partnerships. Through the promotion and sharing of local experience and knowledge, all partners seek to positively impact the delivery of services and contribute to the improvement and economic growth in our respective neighborhood and greater Harlem. HOS' cultural portal www.harlemonestop.org provides a centralized resource for the arts & entertainment, things to do, historic sites, businesses, events in Harlem and Washington Heights-Inwood for residents and visitors alike. Harlem One Stop is also active in the preservation of Harlem's culture and legacy, historic structures while connecting and embracing the new.

Monday Mediation at PillarsWe'd love for you to join us for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday as we honor his life an...

Monday Mediation at Pillars
We'd love for you to join us for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday as we honor his life and the path he paved for the generations to come!

Please join us for a special MLK Jr Day meditation. Together we will sit in reflection and be guided by professional meditation expert, Meris Gebhardt. She will take us through the practice step by step, breath by breath until you calm your thoughts and feel whole in your body. Focus: radical self-acceptance; compassionate community; purposeful call to action. Honoring the leader inside us all, MLK lead the way!

Monday, January 20th at 1pm
289 St. Nicholas Ave, lower level

Announcing Seth Meyers as the 2020 PEN America Literary Awards Ceremony HostWe are honored to have a true champion of li...

Announcing Seth Meyers as the 2020 PEN America Literary Awards Ceremony Host

We are honored to have a true champion of literature hosting our Ceremony on March 2, 8pm, at the Town Hall in New York City. All members of the literary community and general public are invited to celebrate our Honorees, including the 2020 PEN/Jean Stein Book Award Finalists: Anne Boyer, Ilya Kaminsky, Yiyun Li, Rion Amilcar Scott, and Chris Ware.
Get your ticket today. >>

Please share this opportunity with a young person who may be in need of guidance and training.

Please share this opportunity with a young person who may be in need of guidance and training.


Another jazz icon gone but leaving a indelible print on the world of jazz. A sweet, talented and humble spirit, he will be dearly missed.



Check out this video from HarlemOneStop about The Peace Garden at the Hostelling International NYC that’s been dedicated to three youth activists killed by the Ku Klux Klan.

Congratulations to co-awardees of the Interchurch Center 2019 Community Service Award: Riverside Park Conservancy, Jazzm...

Congratulations to co-awardees of the Interchurch Center 2019 Community Service Award: Riverside Park Conservancy, Jazzmobile, and Workforce Opportunity Development. It was an honor for Harlem One Stop. Thank you, Interchurch Center, for this recognition, and thank you, Athena Moore, for accepting on our behalf!

The Conservancy is so honored to receive the Interchurch Center's 2019 Community Service Award alongside HarlemOneStop, Jazzmobile, and Workforce Opportunity Services. It has been a big year for us, and we look forward to doing even more for Riverside Park and the communities it serves in 2020!

Join us for our in-studio dance laboratory which features the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company in an open rehearsal of Od...

Join us for our in-studio dance laboratory which features the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company in an open rehearsal of Odalisques from Le Corsaire followed by a Q&A session with the dancers.

Thursday, January 16th
6:30 pm
Dance Theatre of Harlem
Everett Center for the Performing Arts
466 West 152nd Street
New York, NY 10031

The celebration continues! Join DTH as we celebrate year two of our 50th Anniversary Season with performances across the United States!
View the Company Tour Calendar

The Jazz Congress ConferenceJanuary 13-14, 2020 at Jazz at Lincoln Center in NYC Exchanging ideas to nurture and grow th...

The Jazz Congress Conference
January 13-14, 2020
at Jazz at Lincoln Center in NYC

Exchanging ideas to nurture and grow the jazz community.

Jazz at Lincoln Center and JazzTimes have joined forces to co-produce the Jazz Congress, an annual conference designed to bring together artists, media and industry leaders in the global jazz community to exchange ideas in order to nurture and grow the jazz community and the underlying business and organizations that promote, produce, present, market and support the music.

“Jazz at Lincoln Center is excited to host this much needed community initiative. We will stimulate an inclusive environment, explore new ways to expand audiences for our music, and learn from one another,” said Wynton Marsalis, Managing and Artistic Director, Jazz at Lincoln Center. “With so much discordant non communication around the world and in our country, now is the perfect time for us to come together for serious discourse around and about our cultural, business and aesthetic objectives. Jazz has what our modern world needs. Let us all take pride in our collective advocacy of this great music by identifying, declaring and demonstrating our common ground.”


The Conservancy team is already gearing up for our 2020 Multi-Sport Summer Camp in Riverside Park. Early registration is...

The Conservancy team is already gearing up for our 2020 Multi-Sport Summer Camp in Riverside Park. Early registration is now live, and for a limited time, our early bird special will give you $50 off each enrollment slot.

This year camp will operate between June 8 and August 28. Campers can choose from baseball, basketball, flag football, soccer and tennis - and they can even participate in two sports! Signups are available for weekly enrollments, which makes this a great and flexible option for the family.

There is now an option for transportation (Manhattan only). This program will provide door-to-door service from your home location to 104th Street and Riverside Drive, where coaches will meet the campers and check them in to their respective programs. The service costs $150 a week, and you must sign up by Wednesday the week prior to your child's camp start date. Transportation is provided by Kid Car, the same provider used by our partner Kids of Summer. Click here to read more about Kid Car.

As always, feel free to reach out to me at [email protected] if you have any questions about programs, pricing, or need-based scholarship opportunities. https://www.rcta.info/sports/

West Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood artists enter the Uptown Arts Stroll poster contest by February 24th. Please ...

West Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood artists enter the Uptown Arts Stroll poster contest by February 24th. Please see www.artstroll.com for details.

The 18th Uptown Arts Stroll showcasing the visual & performing arts in Washington Heights, Inwood & West Harlem takes place in June 2020. The poster contest grand prize winner will receive $1,250 & their artwork will be used exclusively to promote the 2020 Uptown Arts Stroll. Second prize receives $500 & third prize $250. The Uptown Arts Stroll started in 2003 & today it's a month-long celebration produced by the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance. We look forward to announcing the poster contest winners in March.

Martin Collins
Uptown Arts Stroll Coordinator
Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance
5030 Broadway, Suite 723
New York, NY 10034
T. (212) 567-4394
E. [email protected]
W. www.artstroll.com

Harlem One Stop NYC's cover photo

Harlem One Stop NYC's cover photo

VISIONES 2020Living Waters~Her Power OverflowingEarly Registration now open till December 30for the 22nd Annual Visiones...

Living Waters
~Her Power Overflowing
Early Registration now open till December 30
for the 22nd Annual Visiones Womxn's Retreat in New York!

Be part of an intergenerational weekend retreat
for all Women of Color.

The City of New York Department of Parks & Recreation (“Parks”) requests bids for the operation of concessionsfor the sa...

The City of New York Department of Parks & Recreation (“Parks”) requests bids for the operation of concessions
for the sale of food from Mobile Food Units at various parks citywide.
Parks is seeking concessionaires for one (1) five-year (5-year) term according to the schedule below. If the effective
date is after January 1, 2020, the annual flat fee will be prorated accordingly to account for the period between
January 1, 2020 and the effective date during which time the concessionaire will not be permitted to operate. A
longer term will not be considered. These concessions will be operated pursuant to Permit Agreement(s)
("Permit(s)") issued by Parks; no leasehold or other proprietary right is offered. Permits will be effective upon
written Notice to Proceed from Parks and shall expire December 31, 2024. The years offered are defined as follows:
Year 1: January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020
Year 2: January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021
Year 3: January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022
Year 4: January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023
Year 5: January 1, 2024 through December 31, 2024
The Project Managers for these concessions (and the Borough each represents) are:
Project Manager: Borough: Email:
Glenn Kaalund Manhattan [email protected]
Andrew Coppola Brooklyn [email protected]
Sophia Filippone Queens [email protected]
Angel Williams Bronx & Staten Island [email protected]
All Project Managers may also be reached by phone at (212) 360-1397.


2020 Uptown Art Stroll / Paseo de las Artes

The 18th Uptown Arts Stroll, showcasing Washington Heights-Inwood & West Harlem's performing and visual artists, will take place throughout June 2020 /
El 18º Paseo de las Artes, presentará a artistas de disciplinas varias de Washington Heights-Inwood y West Harlem, tendrá lugar durante todo el mes junio de 2020. INFO at https://www.artstroll.com/


502 West 142nd Street, Ground Flr
New York, NY

A, D, B, C subway lines to 145th Street & St Nicholas Avenue Broadway #1 to 145th & Broadway

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Harlem One Stop is a community-based cultural tourism initiative

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00


(212) 939-9201


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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2020!!...OPEN CALL to skilled JAZZ &/or Rhythm & Blues MUSCIANS interested in being considered & included for the Central Harlem HISTORIC LANDMARK site... NEW AMSTERDAM MUSICAL ASSOC (NAMA Harlem's) for our weekly ongoing LEGENDARY MONDAY NIGHT JAMS! Come meet, greet, dance & toast as we ring in the NEW YEAR 2020 & plan out our schedule for this year of our 115th Milestone Anniversary! 🎉🎉🎉 Share your perfect positive Visions for 2020! Raffles, Light Refreshments, Fun & More!!! Enjoy great Music from DJ Swagg Capital Mix Master for the evening! https://www.facebook.com/events/900486267034994/
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SPECIAL MEDIA BRUNCH THIS SATURDAY at Red Rooster Harlem!! A few tickets left!!!! Hi All - I'm the NYC Events chair for Women In Media which is an LA-based org (new to New York) with the specific mission of promoting gender balance both above and below the line in the entertainment industry.I am asking to support WiM by buying a ticket or a table at our fundraiser this Saturday at Ginny’s Supper Club (@ Red Rooster Harlem). Our amazing honorees are:Honorees: 1. Neema Barnette, Emmy Award Winning Director/Producer (Queen Sugar, Luke Cage, A Different World) 2. Donna Zakowska, Emmy Award Winning Costume Designer (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Kate and Leopold, John Adams TV Miniseries) 3. Patrizia Von Brandenstein, Academy Award Winning Production Designer (Amadeus, The People vs. Larry Flynt) 4. Kristina Reed, Academy Award Winning Production Executive (Frozen, Tangled) and SVP, Creative Development and Strategy Madison Square Garden Sphere Toastmasters: • Michael Hausman, Executive Producer/Producer (Brokeback Mountain, Twilight, Amadeus) • Michelle Materre, Producer and Distribution/Marketing Specialist (Daughter’s of the Dust, Chisholm ’72 Unbought & Unbossed, Independent Lens) • Keri Elmsly, SVP of Immersive Development & Production at Madison Square Garden (visual/art/design/tech installations for Jay-Z World Tour, John Cale, D.C.’s National Archives) • Sasha Emerson, Studio Executive (Tales from the Crypt, Roc, The Ben Stiller Show Get your tickets TODAY!!! https://womennmedia.com/event/holiday-brunch-nyc2019/
You're invited.
Before I, Too Arts Collective closes its doors, join us once more at the Langston Hughes House in Harlem for Race Talks With Dr. Anica. We’re talking about Cultural Appropriation. Register today at www.doctoranica.com/media
You're invited to a Brain Education charity pop up in New York City! We're collaborating with the IBREA Foundation to bring you night of Brain Education-based meditations, exercises and exhibits. All proceeds of this event will go to provide Brain Education to youth and women in Harlem, NYC. https://youtu.be/HCjNM_TeVy4 #newyork #newyorkevent #popup #nycevent
What's it like when millions are in the streets to demand the ouster of a hated tyrant? Important parallels to be drawn to USA 2019 as the #OUTNOW protests get underway this Sat (2pm Union Square) to demand the Trump/Pence Regime Must Go--Now! https://www.facebook.com/events/685259365295616/
Come support this bookstore in Harlem--Thousands of great used books--most $1-4. https://www.facebook.com/events/978419879159045/
Revolution Books invites you to a must-see film being held at the Anthology Film Archives https://www.facebook.com/events/385428269068479/
Will other states follow an Illegal policy of Colorado Landlords? Not if you help these two fight the Pretend Law. I want to give the homeless a voice on International Homeless Day, and announce we are fighting for justice for the Homeless In Colorado.Oct 10th. "There is no such thing as an arbitrary Required Renters Income". The Woman I am keeping at my house, posted this to the Colorado Disability Law Group. She talks of someone on a broken income, does not earn $3,000 a month, the landlord requires, to be able to rent their apt. The arbitrariness of the numbers of the imposingly required income, implies this is not a valid law. I suggest caring, land owners, reduce cost of rent to what is fair 1/2 of the renters real income. Not what ever the top half can afford. Like a 2 bedroom for $500 not 1,200 a month when they make 1,000 a month nor keep them for renting your property. This pretend laws protect Landlords who has no power than you and I, too enact laws. Only State legislatures can do that. And they must Follow US Constitutions Amendments As Applied equality to the rich as the poorly paid. . .............. The price of government disability paid, to the disabled, is often less than monthly rent, or one full time the full rent, rate. Not 2, & 2 +1/2, or 3 times the rate of rent, a month. I Lucy would be homeless, because the Landlord I rented from for 5 years, Wanted to update my building to get more income nearly 2 year ago. But a friend let me have half of her office. One reason I cannot find a rent is, landlord say their have a right to insists that they can demand 2-3 times in my monthly income, the amount of rent; before renting to disabled people like me. The Landlords say, this is not discrimination, because it is applied across the board, equally. But it Affects low -income persons Only. I want the Federal Fair Housing Act, to include the widespread category of the low-income, people. badly paid. I want the City of Colorado Spring who exclaims to want to end, homelessness, but does nothing to stop the sham of an invented laws, by landlords; to admit its reluctance in protecting it citizens. I have disability which pays 1,000 something a month. it can be enough to pay the 1 bedroom cost of rent. But not allowing powerful land lords and their representatives, enforce their illegitimately barrier to renting. I want to file a case against either the City, the land owners or land lords organizations who, told them the landowners how to keep rift raft of low -income, out of there apts. This is against the Fair Housing Act. Its against The Constitution 5th and 14th amendment. Its as unfair As, saying the rich makes a better rentor, and will not have mental illness, to halt them from paying rent. Even the Colorado Legislature, lacks the power to Undo a constitutional law and a federal act. So if such an act or an law been passed, its invalid. I am not just disabled. Other disabled, and or homeless people well-beings and even life are adversely affected. But I also am An America Latina person. Cities should not be allowed to permit landlord to throw up illegal barriers to well intended rentors. I will file to Help also other Homeless whom the city Is harming by ignoring this hoax. It's a Sham, either by the landlords figuring the public will not check out their comments, or by the legislators, by their passing an unpassable law....... Please repost. Tell homeless groups, what is going on. Tell Social groups Jan is willing to talk. for costs. 719.465.3454 Write back to either Jan, or tell Lucy you will charge her less than a full month, to rent to her. And one or two others, under the $700 a month rent. If you are kind enough to care.
Revolution Books invites you to this crucial event on Sunday. We cannot rely on the Democratic Party to stop the consolidation of fascism, we must take to the streets in sustained, nonviolent action--before it becomes too late! https://www.facebook.com/events/1979437188826186/