Karl Franz Williams

  • Blogs

    December 16, 2009

    One Year in, Harlem Speakeasy 67 Orange Hits Its Stride

    Selena Ricks​ Just northwest of Central Park, behind an unmarked storefront with purple velvet curtains, sits one of the most surprising success stories from an otherwise rocky year for New York's hospitality industry. 67 Orange Street, located at 2082 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, celebrate ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 19, 2009

    Clinton's Help for Harlem Restaurants: "Fire Your Employees"

    Former president Bill Clinton wants to give a hand to Harlem eateries. In October, the Post reported that Clinton's foundation was announcing plans to "strengthen restaurants" in the neighborhood through the Harlem Restaurant Program. Nine months later, only a small number of restaurant owners, abou ... More >>