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So Now You Own a Home. Do You Know How to Maintain it?

So Now You Own a Home. Do You Know How to Maintain it? Home maintenance classes can help you save money and be smarter about what needs to be done to keep your new home in shape. After…

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Citi Bike Is Up, Condoms Are Down: New York by Some Numbers

Citi Bike Is Up, Condoms Are Down: New York by Some Numbers The Mayor’s Management Report reveals New York City government in glorious minutiae, from the number of potholes filled to the number of condoms distributed.

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Arthur Mitchell Is Dead at 84; Showed the Way for Black Dancers

Arthur Mitchell Is Dead at 84; Showed the Way for Black Dancers Arthur Mitchell, a charismatic dancer with New York City Ballet in the 1950s and ’60s and the founding director of the groundbreaking Dance Theater of Harlem,…

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How Connected Is Your Community to Everywhere Else in America?

How Connected Is Your Community to Everywhere Else in America? America is often described as a place of great divides — between red and blue, big cities and rural towns, the coasts and the heartland. But our social…

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Searching Harlem for a More Efficient Home

Searching Harlem for a More Efficient Home Kendal Fisher found the creature comforts and the affordability he was looking for in a new eco-friendly development. Kendal Fisher has lived in Harlem since he arrived in New York nine…

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Beauty Is More Diverse Than Ever. But Is It Just a Trend?

Beauty Is More Diverse Than Ever. But Is It Just a Trend? Influential stylists and makeup artists would most likely say: It’s only a start. In an era of makeup collections with 40 foundation colors and more spokesmodels…

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Looking Our Racist History in the Eye

Looking Our Racist History in the Eye An exhibit about the civil rights movement in Nashville proves Faulkner was right: The past isn’t dead. It isn’t even past. NASHVILLE — In 1960, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King…

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Waiting for the Next Arthur Ashe

Waiting for the Next Arthur Ashe On the second of two occasions when he had the privilege of a conversation with Arthur Ashe, MaliVai Washington, having just become the country’s No. 1 college player as a Michigan sophomore…

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Right to Wynwood

Right to Wynwood Right to Wynwood is an investigative documentary that explores the causes and effects of gentrification in Wynwood. Through interviews with developers, gallerists, artists, community leaders, and members of the local Puerto Rican population, we seek…

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