Press

10 Best Tours to Honor Black History Month in New York City

"To get a deeper understanding of African-American heritage in New York, take a walking, bus or house tour where you'll see first-hand the incredible impact of the community on the city. New York City has a rich heritage of African-American culture that dates back almost 400 years to 1626 when the first slaves were brought here."
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Art Crawl Through East Harlem

"While New York can be a hard city to live in, there are small pleasures that that make it all worth while. Take for instance the lovely winter afternoon I spent yesterday in the presence of artist Manny Vega."
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Beyond the Harlem Renaissance

"FEW aesthetic labels are as linked to a neighborhood as the Harlem Renaissance, the cultural movement of the 1920s and ’30s that created some of the most significant American art of the 20th century"
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CBS New York

"Your mouth will travel from New York to the Deep South, the Caribbean and West Africa. And between tastings, you’ll learn about Harlem’s rich history and treasured architecture."
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Philly.com

"Harlem is culture, heritage, art, restaurants, and music," she said. Each week, Orange leads groups as small as four or as large as 30 for an up-close experience of what she has dubbed the "Harlem mystique."
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