Month: July 2017

Meet The 18-Year-Old Artist Now Showing In The Museum Of Sex

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Harlem-based Taira Rice creates watercolor portraits of naked women of color.

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Brooklyn Heights’ P.S. 8 Gets New Principal Parents Wanted, After Protests

P.S. 8 parents and students rallied on June 28 in support of Patricia “Trish” Peterson. View Full Caption Instagram BROOKLYN — After weeks of uncertainty and tumult over the selection process for their new principal, parents and teachers…

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Out-of-Season Nor’Easter to Drench City Into Saturday, Forecasters Say

The storm will begin Friday closer to midnight and last through Saturday, according to the NWS View Full Caption DNAinfo/Michael Ip NEW YORK CITY — The city is expected to get drenched with rain from an out-of-season Nor’easter…

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Harlem July 6 Issue

The 45th annual Harlem International Skyscraper Cycling Classic was a wonderful father’s day event that had something for everyone. The day started out a little wet but that did not stop the runners in the Harlem United one-mile…

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Harlem June 29 Issue

The Bradhurst Merchants Association (BMA) held their Third annual awards and cocktail reception at MIST Harlem on Thursday, June 22, 2017 from 6pm to 9pm. HARLEM June 29 ISSUE 3.52 MB Download The post

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The Internet Is In Love With This Enormous ‘Stray’ Cat Named Mr. Handsome

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At 31.4 pounds, he’ll need to go on a diet when he’s adopted.

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Ginsburg: Gerrymandering Case May Be Most Important Decision SCOTUS Faces

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The upcoming case could dramatically reshape how electoral districts are drawn.

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Twitter Trolls Scaramucci Over A Quote He Mistakenly Attributed To Mark Twain

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Social media users are welcoming him to the job with their own inspiring quotes.

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 8 Trailer Just Trolled Everyone

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Is “The Walking Dead” all a dream?

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