Anthony Boone who resides in Jersey City NJ describes himself as an Artist, Father, and Rail Road Conductor, who … Continue Reading The Amazing Abstract Art World of Anthony Boone: A Boone for the Art World
The very Stylish artist Javier Ávila always loved fashion as a child, in fact he “Love’s all things beautiful and … Continue Reading The Stylish and Artistic works of Javier Ávila: Beauty and Style in Art.
There are many different ways that a Metrosexual man is perceived by others of the same and opposite sex. … Continue Reading The Metrosexual Male: Being metrosexual
Leah Pearson-Finnie is an amazing Harlem based Blues and Jazz singer whom I’ve had the pleasure of … Continue Reading Lady Leah Sings the Blues: And all that Jazz
Sitting down and chatting with Sonya Hensley over a cup of tea and chardonnay, I was quite impressed with many … Continue Reading Sonya Hensley: The multi-talented performer and songstress.
Hypertension which is also known as “High Blood Pressure” is the degree of measurement of the force or “pressure” of … Continue Reading Hypertension:The causes, stages, complications and prevention
I had the privilege to interview the singer/songwriter and recording artist Charles Duke at Cheri in Harlem, and discuss … Continue Reading Charles Duke: A Music Legend in the Making
For 40 years antibacterial soap and products have been on the market in the U.S. and abroad. However research has … Continue Reading TheTriclosan Factor: International Health Hazard or FDA/EPA Cover Up?
Owner and chef “Cisse” along with his cousin moved to Harlem 20 years ago from Senegal, and in 2008 opened … Continue Reading Ponty Bistro: From Gramercy to Harlem.
On March 1st 2012 Emmanuel (“Manny”) Pena moved to Harlem, and immediately started on opening Astor Row Café, at 404 … Continue Reading Astor Row Café: Uniting the Community as a Family.
On April 28th 2015 at 4PM, Pompette wines opened its doors on 131st Street off of Lenox Ave. Managing partner … Continue Reading Pompette Wines: Has the Spirits of Harlem.
T-cell leukemia is classified, as a type of lymphoid leukemia that interact with T cells. Four main types exist in … Continue Reading T-cell lymphoid leukemia.
The latest addition to Lenox Ave in Harlem is the chic new fusion sushi bar and lounge Little Bamboo Express … Continue Reading Little Bamboo Harlem: Fusion Sushi Bar and Lounge opens on Lenox Ave.
The pocket square, or more correctly the “handkerchief” has come a long way from being used to protect from foul … Continue Reading The Pocket Square: from Practical Tool to Men’s Fashion Accessory
There has been a point in every man’s life when he pondered, why do we wear ties? What is the … Continue Reading The Origins and History of the Necktie.
Source: Harlem Shake Continues to Evolve as a Harlem Icon.