Monthly Archives: May 2013
We’re happy to report that our fearless author cleaned up at the Independent Book Publishers Association awards on May 27, winning both the silver and gold Benjamin Franklin Awards in autobiography/memoir and multicultural writing categories!
Our resident author Terry Baker Mulligan has won a Benjamin Franklin silver award in the Multicultural writing category! The award recognizes achievement in independent book publishing and is given by the Independent Book Publishers Association, the largest non-profit trade association in … Continue reading
News and notes from in and around the Harlem-sphere Willie Mays Drive vs. Willie Mays Boulevard – which street name – and where – is more befitting of a memorial? (via NYDN) (image via ESPN) The decline of tourism, … Continue reading
News and notes about Harlem from in and around the blogosphere The Harlem Shake restaurant opens at 124th and Lenox (via Harlem+Bespoke) Caroline Kennedy comes to Harlem – for jury duty (via NY Post) Dirtbikers promote anti-violence, pro-safety in an effort … Continue reading
News and notes from around the blogosphere: On the auction block: a brownstone in Sugar Hill that was once home to the Office of Children and Family Services- minimum bid is $385,000 Found via the New York Public Library – Jay-Z, … Continue reading
Links from around the web that are worth passing along: Cicely Tyson, who is currently on Broadway in ‘The Trip To Bountiful,’ has been nominated for a Tony at the age of 79 – her first! The Harlem Jazz Festival begins Monday … Continue reading