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May 2017

Charlamagne Tha God Loves Telling Middle America About Black Privilege

Charlamagne Tha God Loves Telling Middle America About Black Privilege As co-host of the radio program “The Breakfast Club,” you call yourself “the prime minister of pissing people off.” But your new book, “Black Privilege,” is less about aggravation and… Continue Reading →

East Harlem Rezoning and Housing Plans ‘Land Grab for the Rich,’ Locals Say

Residents largely criticized the rezoning plan and said the housing development would exclude locals.

Harlem Playwright to Honor Work of Malcolm X and Lorraine Hansberry

Both figures share a birthday on May 19.

Score a One-Bedroom Apartment in Sugar Hill for $747 Per Month

There are 16 newly renovated units available in two buildings in Sugar Hill. 

Embattled East Harlem Principal Steps Down Amid Protests for Her Removal

The principal plans to take an unspecified role within the Department of Education. 

Mount Morris Park House Tour Enlists Lifelong Residents to Tell Its History

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The tour is currently in its 27th year and this year’s theme is “Living Legacy,” organizers said. 

HARLEM — Lifelong residents of the Mount Morris Park Historic District will be on hand

$9,600 in Tools Swiped in Latest Harlem Construction Site Burglary: NYPD

This is the fifth report of an East Harlem construction site burglarized over the past two months. 

Harlem EatUp! returns with a week of food, music and star chefs

The third annual food festival hosts star chef dinners, celebrates neighborhood flavors.        

Jazz Legend Billie Holiday to be Honored at One-Night-Only Apollo Show

Ten acts will perform songs from Holiday’s discography. 

51 Affordable Senior Housing Apartments Up for Grabs in East Harlem

Rent is capped at 30 percent of the applicant’s income. 

Former West Harlem Elementary School Nominated to Become Historic Site

The school building has since been converted to affordable housing units. 

Harlem Neighbors Worry W. 136th St. Homeless Shelter Plan is Back On Track

A block association member said she saw Department of Homeless Services employees inspecting the site. 

Harlem Pastor and Ex-Jets Player Scraps Mayoral Bid to Run for Comptroller

Michel Faulkner said he wants to implement his economic vision from the comptroller’s office. 

‘Shame on You’: Dozens of Demonstrators Protest Paul Ryan’s Harlem Visit

Ryan was set to visit the Success Academy charter school on West 188th Street Tuesday.

House Speaker Paul Ryan To Visit Harlem Success Academy, Reports Say

CEO Eva Moskowitz reportedly invited Ryan to visit the W 118th St. charter school Tuesday.

Harlem Library Named for Entertainer and Civil Rights Icon Harry Belafonte

City libraries “gave me a chance to read books that I would not have touched otherwise,” Belafonte said.

House Speaker Paul Ryan to Visit Harlem Success Academy, Reports Say

CEO Eva Moskowitz reportedly invited Ryan to visit the W 118th St. charter school Tuesday.

Thought Matters: Real to Reel: From Slow Motion Riot To Law & Order: SVU

By Peter Blauner In the equatorial heat of a July morning in Harlem, a middle-aged lady in thigh-high plastic boots was standing underneath the el tra… Read more: Television, New York City, New York, Law & Order, Harlem, Mariska Hargitay,… Continue Reading →

Harlem April 27 Issue

Harlem April 27 Issue The Links Inc. honored women dedicated to making their communities better places at their annual awards luncheon.The nonprofit hosted its 67th annual “Women of Distinction Spirit Awards, Luncheon and Fashion Show,” which honored Henri G. Moore,… Continue Reading →

Sex Offender Wanted for Questioning in Attack on German Tourist, NYPD Says

Investigators want to question Keon Robinson for attacking a tourist and another woman, they said.

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