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Harlem November 8 Issue

MetroPlus celebrated the official opening of its Harlem community office with a Halloween street fest for families in front of their new space at 2104 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, between 125 and 126 streets. It couldn’t have…

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Harlem November 1 Issue

On Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 community leaders, elected officials and everyday citizens that remember when he lived in the development gathered at 10 East 138th Street inside the Riverton Square housing development located in Harlem to witness the…

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Harlem October 25 Issue

Saturday October 20th the world-famous Apollo Theater kicked off its 2018-19 season with an extraordinary premiere of Say It Loud – I’m Black and I’m Proud at 50 celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Godfather of Soul James…

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Harlem October 11 Issue

On October 4th Commanding Officer (CO) Vincent Greany of the 32nd precinct sat down with the owner of Jacob Restaurant Rachid Niang and other community stakeholders for an informal meeting to get to know each other and discuss…

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Harlem October 4 Issue

The Schomburg Center of Research recently held the premier for “100 Minutes of Dream Big” a Walt Disney World program, “Disney Dreamers Academy. Motivational speakers Brandi Harvey, Johnathan Sprinkles, Disney Champion Tracey Powell, Essence Magazine Julee Wilson and…

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Harlem September 27 Issue

The 49th Annual African American Day Parade (“AADP”) took place on a warm and muggy Sunday afternoon, September 16th, 2018 from 1pm to 6pm along Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard from 111th Street up to 136th Street in…

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Harlem September 20 Issue

The NAACP Mid-Manha t t an Branch 17th Annual Freedom Fund Roy Wilkins Awards Luncheon was held this past Saturday, September 15th at Marina Del Rey in Throgs Neck. President Geoffrey E. Eaton said, “All of our honorees…

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Harlem September 13 Issue

The genius, intelligence, beauty and spirit of Black women, which continues to transform the world, shined brightly again Sunday as Nia Franklin became the first Miss America in the post-swimsuit era. Read More The post Harlem September 13…

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Harlem September 6 Issue

Labor Day 2018 was a hazy, hot and humid day for the 51st annual West Indian American Day Parade along Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn which drew a crowd of over 1 million. The parade is the culmination of…

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