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Harlem July 27 Issue

Blacks are booming on Broadway! Twentytwo productions are employing 14 Black actors. Yes, there are currently 22 productions on Broadway that have Black actors and that is fantastic! HARLEM July 27 ISSUE 10.25 MB Download

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Harlem July 20 Issue

The new leader of the Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association Inc. said he has big plans to advocate for and support New York’s Boldest. HARLEM July 20 ISSUE 4.47 MB Download The post Harlem July 20

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The Hunt: A Singer in Search of a Home of Her Own

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August 3, 2017 By JOYCE COHEN After graduating from Berklee College of Music in Boston in 2010, Tansu Akman-Duffy came to New York. Her housing situation was unsettled. After a bad experience with Lower East Side bedbugs, she…

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Julie Mehretu Reaches for New Heights

Julie Mehretu Reaches for New Heights The artist Julie Mehretu has been flying awfully close to the sun. Soaring midair on a mobile platform inside an unused Harlem church, she has been working and reworking two towering paintings…

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Five Of The Most Expensive Homes On The Market In Harlem

Five Of The Most Expensive Homes On The Market In Harlem HARLEM, NY — Harlem is one of Manhattan’s largest neighborhoods, and as a result has one of the city’s most diverse real-estate landscapes. The neighborhood’s properties are…

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Photographing Harlem’s Residents as They Want to Be Seen

Photographing Harlem’s Residents as They Want to Be Seen Artist Azikiwe Mohammed has set up a free, temporary portrait studio at Long Gallery Harlem. The title of the exhibition Armor Photography Studio: House Visits Welcome hints at what’s happening…

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Living In: Brookfield, Conn.: Lakeside Homes, Good Schools and, Soon, a Town Center

August 2, 2017 By SUSAN HODARA When two of their three children had moved out and were living on their own, Anthony and Kristen Papucci knew it was time to downsize. They also knew they wanted to stay…

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Harlem July 13 Issue

Harlem July 13 Issue Wycliffe Gordon and Friends kicked off Jazzmobile’s Summerfest 2017 season in Marcus Garvey Park on Friday, July 7 from 7pm to 8:15pm. The band consisted of Wycliffe Gordon on trombone and vocals, Chris Pattishall…

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4 Brooklyn School-Based Health Clinics Closing Due to State Budget Cuts

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by Amy Zimmer — The first of the closures have been announced for Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens and Park Slope schools. BROOKLYN — Four school-based health clinics run by SUNY Downstate are closing — and parents and local officials…

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