May 2017

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que Pocketed Catering Fees Meant for Staff, Suit Says

The restaurant charged an 18 percent catering fee that should have gone to employees, the suit says.

Angry Over Zillow’s Home Prices? You Can Win a Prize by Improving Them

Angry Over Zillow’s Home Prices? You Can Win a Prize by Improving Them SEATTLE — It’s one of the oldest tricks in an internet company’s playbook. Concoct a tool that gives the public new statistics on something — the quality… Continue Reading →

Trailblazing Judge ‘Still Dancing in Our Hearts,’ Mourners Say at Memorial

Hundreds packed The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine to honor the judge at a public service. 

Harlem Charter School Won’t Have to Close Middle School Next Year

The city had ordered Opportunity Charter School to close its middle school based on poor performance.

New Pavilion Added to Popular East Harlem Community Garden

Parsons School of Design spearheaded the redesign of the East 104th Street community garden.

Developers Using Made-Up ‘SoHa’ Neighborhood to Profit Off Harlem, Pols Say

“How dare someone try to rob our culture and try to act as if we were not here,” one politician said.

Harlem May 18 Issue

The 35th Annual Mc-Donald’s Gospelfest returned to the Prudential on Saturday, May 13th for the gospel event of the year with a stellar line up of gospel artists including Donnie McClurkin, Fantasia, Erica Campbell, Bishop Hezekiah Walker, Cissy Houston, Israel… Continue Reading →


Harlem May 11 Issue

The Mt.Hermon Baptist Church paid tribute to Professor William H. Collins on his transition last week. Professor Collins was 85 years old. He had served as Minister of Music at Mt.Hermon for the past 58 years. HARLEM May 11 ISSUE

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