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November 2016

East Harlem Walking Trail Gets Residents Fit While Taking in Sites

The trail is three miles long and stretches from Central Park to the Ward’s Island Bridge.

Here’s Where Prices for One-Bedroom Apartments are Growing Fastest

East Harlem, Bushwick and Ocean Hill have the fastest growing prices for one-bedroom units, Zumper says.

Soup Kitchens Stretched to Limit After Cuts to Benefits, Report Says

Nearly half of providers in the city reported food shortages, according to a new report. 

Uptown Artists Invited to Submit Works for Annual Art Crawl Poster

The Uptown Arts Stroll is a month-long, local arts festival that runs from Harlem to Inwood.

De Blasio Dubbed ‘Turkey of the Year’ by Rezoning Advocates, Report Says

Protesters dubbed the mayor “Turkey of the Year” for pushing a plan to rezone East Harlem.

Bad Vibes Dowse Your Home

Reveal For Four-Story, 19,000-Square-Foot Commercial Building Planned At 286 Lenox Avenue, Harlem

Last week, applications were filed for a four-story, 18,987-square-foot commercial building at 286 Lenox Avenue, located between West 124th and 125th streets in Harlem. A rendering of the project has since surfaced, courtesy of Harlem+Bespoke. Staten Island-based Gambino+LaPorta Architecture is… Continue Reading →

Fashion nonprofit dresses 350 needy women, girls in winter wear

Fashion insiders shared some style and good cheer with nearly 350 disadvantaged women Saturday in Brooklyn by offering them a “shopping spree for free.” The BKLYN BUNDLE UP event, organized by the GLAM4GOOD nonprofit and held at Downtown Brooklyn’s new… Continue Reading →

Ex-Mayor Dinkins, Eric Adams to endorse de Blasio for reelection

Mayor de Blasio has notched another pair of endorsements for his reelection campaign. Former Mayor David Dinkins and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams — who is frequently mentioned as a potential mayoral candidate — will announce their support on Sunday… Continue Reading →

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