December 9, 2019


Cited as “one of the most brilliant writers of her generation,” Edelstein has written a “stunning” literary memoir, This Really Isn’t About You, which was long-listed for the UK’s prestigious Wellcome Literary Prize. @jhedelstein


A chef whose many accolades include “The best new restaurant in America” (Esquire) and a prestigious James Beard Award, JJ Johnson is the restaurateur behind the cheap, cheerful and soul-satisfying quick-casual restaurant, FIELDTRIP on 116th & Lenox, in the heart of Harlem. His latest cookbook, Between Harlem and Heaven, is a visually delectable collaboration with fellow tastemakers  Alexander Smalls and Veronica Chambers. IG and Twitter: @chefjj


Arguably Harlem’s hottest new spot of 2019, Impact Farm is an urban agricultural oasis and the brainchild of Harlem Grown’s visionary Tony Hillery and Danish design studio, Human Habitat. Turning blight into bounty, Hillery is a Harlem hero who is connecting and enriching the community in profound ways. @harlemgrown


Visiting from Copenhagen, a chief architect of Harlem Grown’s Impact Farm, Kjaer presents a persuasive picture for the future of food, community and economic design.  @human_habitat_cph

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