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Harlem November 29 Issue

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You could walk right past Rachid Niang and not even realize that you just passed by the owner of three food establishments in Central Harlem. He and his wife Kim are humble people who are worker bees and…

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City Gives Biotech Company $1M To Set Up Harlem Lab

Quentis Therapeutics’ new West Harlem facility will help grow the company from 16 to 50 full-time employees.

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Harlem: See 5 Local Homes For Sale

Peek inside the latest homes available in the Harlem area.

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Man Claims He Was Choked By Harlem Whole Foods Guard: Report

The man’s lawsuit claims he lost consciousness for a minute after being placed in a choke hold by a security guard.

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Special Ed Students’ Rights Violated At NYC Charters: Report

Schools in Brooklyn, Harlem, the Bronx and UWS are included in a complaint against Success Academy Charter Schools and the Dept. of Ed.

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Open Houses This Week In Harlem

We’ve rounded up nearby open houses happening this weekend.

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The Best Wine Books of 2018

The Best Wine Books of 2018 These five new volumes investigate some of the most basic issues raised by wine, while posing new questions and inspiring thirst. Wine invites contemplation — of the world, of our place in…

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Harlem Community Garden Fights City To Prevent Displacement

The Nelson Mandela Community Garden is in a battle with the city to prevent the rise of an apartment building on its West 126th Street site.

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Harlem Church Partially Collapses, FDNY Says

Part of a church on West 135th Street in Harlem collapsed Thursday. Firefighters are currently on scene.

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