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Hungry City: At Seasoned Vegan, Soul Food That Never Harmed a Soul

The chef Brenda Beener substitutes burdock for chicken and konjac for shrimp at her Harlem restaurant, which debunks the notion of veganism as sacrifice.

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Harlem Restaurant Owner, Employees Sue City for Wrongful Arrest

The owner of MIST Harlem and two employees filed a lawsuit in Manhattan federal court on Wednesday alleging they were wrongfully arrested last year.

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Bookshelf: Taking Walks on the Wild Side

New books featuring prominent sites, proposed walks and maps cover subjects like rock ‘n’ roll, architecture, the history of Harlem and pop culture.

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New York Today: New York Today: Balancing Bikes

Thursday: Running a dockless bike program and an Italian festival in Harlem.

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Amy Meselson, Lawyer Who Defended Young Immigrants, Dies at 46

She intervened to save an 18-year-old Senegalese student from East Harlem who had won a prize for robotics, but was facing deportation.

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Fixing Public Housing: A Day Inside a $32 Billion Problem

We shadowed a superintendent in a Harlem complex to see what saving the nation’s largest public housing system really looks like on the ground.

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Review: ‘Antigone’ Asserts Whose Lives Matter, With Modern Relevance

Defiance and justice drive this brisk staging from the Classical Theater of Harlem, directed by Carl Cofield.

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Category Is … Filmmaker Realness

Before Elegance Bratton turned his lens on ballroom culture in Harlem, he starred in a real-life drama that took him from homeless shelters to the Marines.

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Children Taken at the Border Arrive in New York

Mayor Bill de Blasio said that 350 children separated from their parents had come through a shelter in East Harlem, and that the youngest of them was just 9 months old.

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