Month: August 2016

Maya Angelou’s Harlem Brownstone Sells For $4 Million to Private Buyer

Maya Angelou’s Harlem brownstone is off the market.

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New York’s Music Festivals Hit With Terrible Weather This Summer

First, Governors Ball got slammed with rain, then Panorama got hit with heat.

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East Harlem Swimming Program Takes Kids From Novices To Junior Olympians

A Harlem swimming program is working to create the next round of Olympic champions.

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There’s a New Competitor for UberPool and Lyft Line

By the end of 2016, you’ll be able to share a cab with your fellow New Yorkers.

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Homeless Say ‘We Are Your Neighbors Too’ as Residents Oppose New Shelter

Some community leaders want to stop the expansion of homeless shelters in Harlem. 

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Black Republicans See a White Convention, Heavy on Lectures

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…

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The City’s Chaotic Energy Is This Harlem Artist’s Muse

A Harlem artist created an exhibit that is an ode to New York. 

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Harlem Youth Basketball Program Gets $20K From NBA Team Co-Owner

A local youth basketball program received a big donation from an NBA team part-owner. 

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Harlem Meets Havana All Week

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Tuesday August 16th Head to Ginny’s Supper Club for a taste of Harlem and Havana!    Located at 310 Malcolm X Blvd.  Experience the music and culture of Harlem and Havana at Ginny’s Cafe with Cuban inspired menu items, live…

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