Opinion

Be Your Own Marketer – A Path to the 5-Hour Work Week

From the time you start reading this article to the time when you are halfway down the page (depending on how fast you read) a lot of has happened on the Internet. Recent research suggests that in only 60 seconds, the following has occurred: 2 million Google searches; 1.8 million Facebook likes; 278,000 tweets; 11,000 …

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MUSICAL ARTIST DAVID PIC CONLEY

David Pic Conley, consummate flutist, vocalist, song writer and musician is back on track. He has produced for singers such as Melba Moore, Burt Bacharach, Stanley Jordan, Regina Belle, Aretha Franklin and George Benson. In 1976, Conley joined the group Port Authority in Los Angeles. A year later he joined the group Mandrill and released …

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Cheryl McKissack Daniel President & CEO, McKissack & McKissack

Cheryl McKissack Daniel, civil engineer, has more than 25 years of experience in all phases of the design and construction industry including major project work in the commercial, healthcare, education and transportation sectors. Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Cheryl comes from a long lineage of architects and builders that began with an enslaved Ashanti ancestor in …

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Q & A with Army Lieutenant Colonel Ingrid Parker

The Harlem Times recently spoke with Army Lieutenant Colonel Ingrid Parker, who has the title of Garrison Commander of Picatinny Arsenal.  Below are some excerpts from the conversation. Q. Why did you choose a career in the military? A. I was always interested in military service.  My dad was drafted into the Army and he …

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Miami’s Little Havana: A Shot of Coffee. A Slice of Cuba.

It’s just west of sleek Downtown Miami and just a few minutes away from golden beaches and turquoise surf – yet it’s a world apart. Cobblestone streets, charming shopkeepers, colorful murals, and monuments to Cuba’s heroes past and present. Little Havana is one of Miami’s most iconic neighborhoods. As Close As You Can Get to …

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Wine Selection: House of Mandela

Inspired by the great Nelson Mandela, Makaziwe and Tukwini Mandela furthered the legacy of their heritage and launched a family brand of wine, called “House of Mandela” (HOM). HOM Wines opening press party was jointly held in one of New York’s fashionable galleries, The French Cheese Board”.  The Mandelas presented their new brand with the …

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Hogshead Tavern Is Harlem’s Best Craft Beer Bar and More

As Harlem continues to be one of the hot places in New York City not only to dine and seek entertainment, but to live, the community changes, with new businesses opening to meet the needs of a changing demographic.  One of the more unique and successful businesses to open in the past year has been …

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RAE’S PLAYS: “THE AUDIENCE”

AUTHOR    PETER MORGAN DIRECTOR    STEPHEN DALDRY CAST HELEN MIRREN DYLAN BAKER GEOFFREY BEEVERS MICHAEL ELWYN JUDITH IVEY DAKIN MATTHEWS RICHARD McCABE ROD McLACHLAN RUFUS WHITE Having been well-received in London, THE AUDIENCE has travelled across the ocean and onto the Broadway stage. The play is a series of fictional vignettes peeking into the private meetings …

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Women’s History Month – Honoring a Legacy

March 8th, International Women’s Day has its roots in early 1900’s world and American History.  Women’s History Month is a result and has placed well-earned Honors upon the works and memories of very distinguished female leaders.  The legacy began with highlighting early women’s issues like Abolition of Slavery, Suffrage, Fair Labor Policies and eventually progress …

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