Author: harlemcondolife

City Pushes To Have Rent Frozen for Seniors

Nearly 4,000 Harlem seniors are eligible to have their rents frozen. 

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Subway and Bus Service Changes For Puerto Rican Day Parade, 116th St. Fest

The changes will impact subway and bus lines on the Upper East Side and in East Harlem.

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Tech Incubators on a Mission of Diversity

Tech Incubators on a Mission of Diversity CHICAGO — Many tech start-ups are in the business of making themselves successful. But some entrepreneurs have set up businesses with the express mission of training others to be successful in…

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App Helps Track Truancy in Harlem Classrooms

An app is helping track student attendance. 

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At Harlem Daycare, College Scholarships Won Before Kids Even Start School

The head of Round The Clock Nursery seeds scholarships for toddlers.

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Death of Harlem Co-Working Space Blamed on Mismanagement

As Harlem Garage is set to close, members are making a last ditch effort to save it.

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The Transcendent Artistry of a Legendary Dancer, Four Decades In

The Transcendent Artistry of a Legendary Dancer, Four Decades In “FAME,” WROTE Rainer Maria Rilke, in 1902, “is, after all, only the sum of all the misunderstandings that gather around a new name.” The line appears at the…

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Four Not-So-Obvious Things to Consider When Deciding to Buy or Rent

Four Not-So-Obvious Things to Consider When Deciding to Buy or Rent Whether to buy or rent a home is among the biggest financial decisions most of us make. It is basically a complex math problem in which the…

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Food Bank Warns Funding Cuts Will Hurt Needy Families

Food banks say a funding cut will mean turning the neediest away.

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