A former Harlem high school teacher and his twin brother were arrested on Thursday in a federal investigation and charged with building an explosive device, according to court papers.
Benefits were held for Harlem Stage, National Retail Federation Foundation and the Budapest Festival Orchestra.
Advocates have sued to block the city’s bid to redevelop an East Harlem ballpark, citing legal protections for parkland. City officials say the lot is just a playground, not a park.
Tuesday: A seaonal market pops up in East Harlem, a klezmer Hanukkah celebration, and a noise-beating bill.
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