One of city Public Advocate Letitia James’ staffers was arrested for assault early Saturday after hurling a shoebox at her daughter’s head. Adrienne Felton, 49, also threw a utensil at the 24-year-old woman during an argument inside their Harlem home,… Continue Reading →
The Harlem Globetrotters are famous for their trick shots, but they’re taking things to a whole new level. Using cranes and bungee cords, they’ve perfected the 110 foot drop shot like no one else can.
Maya Angelou’s Harlem brownstone is off the market.
A landlord, property manager and contractor were arrested Tuesday for driving a rent-stabilized family out of their East Harlem apartment through threats and highly dangerous demolition work, officials said. “These defendants are charged with turning an East Harlem apartment building… Continue Reading →
First, Governors Ball got slammed with rain, then Panorama got hit with heat.
Hundreds of sweltering residents were still without electricity in the baked Apple on Sunday. A patchy blackout that began in East Harlem on Saturday night continued, although Con Ed said it was making some progress. The blackout was likely caused… Continue Reading →
A Harlem swimming program is working to create the next round of Olympic champions.
By the end of 2016, you’ll be able to share a cab with your fellow New Yorkers.
Some community leaders want to stop the expansion of homeless shelters in Harlem.
Black Republicans See a White Convention, Heavy on Lectures CLEVELAND — Mike Hill, a black Republican state representative in Florida, grew steadily more disheartened as he watched television clips of his party’s overwhelmingly white national convention lecturing African-Americans about the… Continue Reading →
A Harlem artist created an exhibit that is an ode to New York.
A cabby waved a porn video and a wad of cash at a pedestrian, trying to get her into the back seat of his taxi, city documents claim. The unnamed victim in the Feb. 4 incident told an administrative law… Continue Reading →
Harlem heavyweights Keith Wright and Inez Dickens are taking steps to swap seats after Wright’s narrow loss in a congressional primary last month. Wright made a deal with Dickens to run for her City Council seat next year if he… Continue Reading →
A local youth basketball program received a big donation from an NBA team part-owner.
Christian Fuchs is teaching at a soccer camp for kids who live in public housing.
A new banner, with additional security measures, has been installed on the East River Esplanade.