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8 Things To Do in Your Manhattan Neighborhood This Weekend

Performances include jousting at the Medieval Festival held in Fort Tryon Park. View Full Caption Flickr/PamelaVWhite All Weekend ► Black Panther Film Festival Where: Maysles Cinema in Harlem When: Starts Friday at 7 p.m. and runs through Oct. 7 at 7 p.m…. Continue Reading →

Melissa Mark-Viverito’s Silence on Asthma Protection Bill Angers Advocates

A Harlem non-profit is criticizing City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito for not supporting an asthma protection bill. View Full Caption William Alatriste/NYC Council EAST HARLEM — An environmental justice group charges Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito has abandoned asthmatic New Yorkers failing to support… Continue Reading →

17 Subway Lines Slated For Service Changes This Weekend

The M train is one of 17 subway lines slated for service changes this weekend. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Michael Ip MIDTOWN — Service on 17 subway lines will be affected this weekend by work on signals, rails and stations. Here’s… Continue Reading →

Harlem Exec and Wife Get Prison Time for Stealing From Senior Meals Program

The executive director’s wife was sentenced to a 2.5 year prison term.

Melissa Mark-Viverito’s Silence on Asthma Protection Bill Angers Advocates

A Harlem non-profit is criticizing City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito for not supporting an asthma protection bill. View Full Caption William Alatriste/NYC Council EAST HARLEM — An environmental justice group charges Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito has abandoned asthmatic New Yorkers failing to support… Continue Reading →

El Barrio Rallies to Help Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria’s Devastation

The Casabe Senior Houses, where most of the residents are Puerto Rican, is collecting donations.

Bodega Clerk Fatally Stabs Man Who Tried to Go Behind Counter, Sources Say

The victim, 46, made threats inside Candy Grocery on West 145th Street earlier in the day, sources said.

4 Tips for New Condo Owners

New construction in Bushwick. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Meredith Hoffman BROOKLYN — When moving into a new development, there are many aspects of condo life that can’t be gleaned from touring a model apartment. Buyers getting their new keys may find themselves… Continue Reading →

Tenants Withhold Rent After Landlord Cuts Cooking Gas to Harlem Building

231 East 117th Street View Full Caption EAST HARLEM — Marie Miranda, 66, who suffers from a herniated disk and osteoporosis, walks half a mile to her daughter’s apartment whenever she needs to cook. When heading down the stairs of… Continue Reading →

Hip-Hop Museum Coming to New Bronx Point Mega-Development

Bronx Point rendering View Full Caption New York City Economic Development Corporation The Bronx — The Universal Hip-Hop Museum is finally getting a home, part of a mega-development complex coming to Bronx Point. The museum, which is in its fourth year… Continue Reading →

Rodriguez Concedes To Diana Ayala In Race For Melissa Mark-Viverito’s Seat

Diana Ayala View Full Caption Campaign website THE BRONX — Assemblyman Robert Rodriguez, who demanded that every vote be counted before accepting Diana Ayala as the winner of City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito’s vacated seat, has conceded victory.  “I offer my congrats… Continue Reading →

New El Barrio Taco Joint Built on Top of Old Taco Joint

La Chula View Full Caption EAST HARLEM — When chef Julian Medina moved from Mexico to New York 20 years ago, it was so difficult to get authentic Mexican ingredients that a restaurant he worked for had to buy sauce… Continue Reading →

New El Barrio Taco Joint Built on Top of Old Taco Joint

La Chula View Full Caption EAST HARLEM — When chef Julian Medina moved from Mexico to New York 20 years ago, it was so difficult to get authentic Mexican ingredients that a restaurant he worked for had to buy sauce… Continue Reading →

Rodriguez Concedes To Diana Ayala In Race For Melissa Mark-Viverito’s Seat

Diana Ayala View Full Caption Campaign website THE BRONX — Assemblyman Robert Rodriguez, who demanded that every vote be counted before accepting Diana Ayala as the winner of City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito’s vacated seat, has conceded victory.  “I offer my congrats… Continue Reading →

Mayor’s Affordable Housing Not Helping People Who Need it Most, Study Says

Just 11 percent of affordable units created by de Blasio targets earners under $30K, a report says. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Ben Fractenberg MANHATTAN — With the city’s homelessness crisis unabated, housing advocates are asking why most of the units created… Continue Reading →

Mayor’s Affordable Housing Not Helping People Who Need it Most, Study Says

Just 11 percent of affordable units created by de Blasio targets earners under $30K, a report says. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Ben Fractenberg MANHATTAN — With the city’s homelessness crisis unabated, housing advocates are asking why most of the units created… Continue Reading →

1, 2 and 3 Trains Suspended and Delayed by Debris at 50th Street, MTA Says

Riders should expect service disruptions and delays or take alternative routes, the MTA said. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Stephanie Keith MANHATTAN — Trains along the 1, 2 and 3 lines were disrupted throughout Manhattan during the morning rush because of debris… Continue Reading →

Organizer of Ill-Fated Pizza Fest Forced Out of Harlem Beer Event

An organizer of Bushwick’s infamous pizza festival has been fired from a limited role in Harlem’s first ever beer festival. View Full Caption Shutterstock HARLEM — The organizer of Bushwick’s ill-fated pizza festival has been forced out from a limited… Continue Reading →

Cornell Tech Opens $2 Billion, Eco-Friendly Campus on Roosevelt Island

Cornell Tech opened its new campus on Roosevelt Island on Wednesday. View Full Caption DNAInfo/Amy Zimmer ROOSEVELT ISLAND — Cornell Tech, touted as the first campus built for the digital age, officially opened its first phase Wednesday with some of… Continue Reading →

Ayala Delcares Victory in Tight Race to Replace Melissa Mark-Viverito

Diana Ayala. View Full Caption Campaign website THE BRONX — Diana Ayala, the staffer for Melissa Mark-Viverito who was the Council speaker’s choice to succeed her, has declared victory over challenger Robert Rodriguez in the Democratic primary, despite leading by a mere 122 votes… Continue Reading →

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