<< Omo Misha with banner artwork, 125th Street BID President & CEO Barbara Askins and Michael Unthank/Harlem Arts Alliance. Photo: Kwame Brathwaite

ArtLines, February 2021. For The Children, Say My Name by Noreen Dean Dresser

CURBED, January 19, 2020. A Look Inside the New Uber Eats–Funded Streeteries in Harlem by Valeria Ricciulli

Yahoo! Finance, December 24, 2020. Uber Eats Partners With Urban Umbrella, WXY, EatOkra, Harlem Park to Park, and Valinc PR To Unveil New Outdoor Art and Dining Corridor in Harlem

CBS Local, December 21, 2020. Harlem Businesses Add Flair To COVID-Compliant Outdoor Dining Spaces by CBSNewYork Team

PIX 11, December 21, 2020. New outdoor dining pavilion opens in Harlem with goal to help struggling eateries by Andrew Ramos

WABC-TV, July 2020. Work begins on Black Lives Matter mural in Harlem.

Kiva, March 2020. Local leaders, lasting impact: How Kiva U.S. engages community partners

Model D Media, February 2020. Irwin House Global Art Center & Gallery takes a local approach to fostering arts and culture. By Kianga Moore

Detroit Metro Times, September 2019. New Detroit Gallery Reflects on Detroit History – and what it means for the future. By Jerilyn Jordan

Detroit Metro Times, January 2019. Irwin House Gallery to throw 60s style closing…. By Jerilyn Jordan

The Detroit News, September 2018. New Detroit gallery opens with tribute to the Queen of Soul. By Michael Hodges

Detroit Metro Times
, September 2018. New Detroit art gallery opens doors early for Aretha Franklin tribute. By Lee DeVito

Michigan Chronicle, October 2017. The Carr Center Presents the Detroit Diaspora Exhibit. By Keith Owens

Hyperallergic, January 2017. Remembrances of Betty Blayton Taylor… By Souleo

HuffPost, December 2016. The 2016 Bid Banner Project Unveils Artist Images on Harlem’s Historic 125th Street. By Akoshla Yoba

Business Insider, July 2016. Harlem burgeons as an art gallery district. Ula Ilnytzsky, Associated Press

NY1, February 2016. Harlem’s Uptown Culture Showcased in Downtown Exhibit. By Roger Clark

DNAinfo, January 2016. Scott Weiland Tribute in Harlem… By Gustavo Solis

Metro US, January 2016. Scott Weiland to have Harlem tribute.

The Source, May 2015. New Flux Art Fair in Harlem to come to NYC. By Vineshv

Amsterdam News, May 2015. Omo Misha Jewelry comes out for Mother’s Day and all of May. Lapacazo Sandoval.

No Longer Empty, June 2014. Artists At No Longer Empty

NY Daily News. October 2012. Blackball, the history of Negro Leagues Baseball is captured on canvas… By Michael J. Feeney

DNAinfo, September 2012. Exhibit about African Americans in baseball to raise funds for Harlem field. By Jeff Mays

The Daily Plant, March 2012. Nature’s Return: On View in the Arsenal Gallery

DNAinfo, February 2012. Harlem Art Gallery Looks to Cultivate Local Arts Scene. By Jeff Mays

Dezign Intervention: The VoiceFebruary 2012. Q&A with Artist, Curator & Educator, Omo Misha. By Yohance Kyles.

Harlem World, November 2011. HW Questionnaire: Meet Omo Misha

DNAinfo, September 2011. Harlem Artist Collects Emails from 9/11 in New Book. By Jeff Mays

The Positive Community, Summer 2011. BID on Culture 2011 Project New Banner Designs

DNAinfo, June 2011. Billie Holiday and Jimi Hendrix Featured on New 125th Street Banners. by Jeff Mays

JazzTimes, June 2011. Musical Legends Fly in Harlem. By Jeff Tamarkin

DNAinfo, May 2011. Harlem River Part Artwork Designed by Local Artists and Kids. By Jeff Mays

The Daily Plant, February 2011 Heritage of Innovation Exhibit Celebrates Black History Month.

New York 1, January 2011. Your Weekend Starts Now 1/20/11, with Stephanie Simon.

Long Island Herald, December 2010. Urban Art Comes to Suburbia, article by Lee Landor.

The Amsterdam News, June 2010. Yukako Ishida’s Art on View at Cafe One, article by Renee Minus-White.

The Amsterdam News, February 2009. The Art of Jewels and Things in Books , article by Renee Minus-White.

Crème Magazine, Winter 2009. Manifesting Things: A Book About Making Your Own Path, book review by Camille Acker.

Columbia University Newsletter, Winter/Spring 2009. At Home in Harlem: Community Artists Reflect on Their Favorite Neighborhood, article by Orit Darwish.

National Public Radio, November 2008. Growing Pains Come to Harlem, hosted by Alison Stewart and produced by Peter Breslow for NPR’s Weekend Edition.

Columbia Spectator, October 2008. Artists Exhibit Personal Definitions of Harlem, article by Lydia Wileden.

New York Times: City Blog, September 2008. Art Show Examines Harlem Gentrification, article by Timothy Williams.

Feminist Review, August 2008. Manifesting Things, Book review by Ebony Edwards-Ellis.

Beliefnet, July 2008. Manifest Destiny: Pray, Love, Live, article by Janice Taylor.

HGTV:”That’s Clever”, Spring 2007. How to Make A Polymer Necklace. Episode HVCLR-345.