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Harlem Made Mo Bamba, but He Will Take It From Here

Harlem Made Mo Bamba, but He Will Take It From Here ORLANDO, Fla. — Mo Bamba returned from a preseason workout with the Orlando Magic to a full apartment.

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Breaking Barriers, Letitia James Is Elected New York Attorney General

Breaking Barriers, Letitia James Is Elected New York Attorney General Letitia James was overwhelmingly elected as the attorney general of New York on Tuesday, shattering a trio of racial and gender barriers and placing herself in position to…

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A Chef Draws a Map of the World, With Africa at the Center

A Chef Draws a Map of the World, With Africa at the Center Earlier this year Henry, a new restaurant in the lobby of the Life Hotel on West 31st Street, quietly died.

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Two Powerball Winners Share $688 Million; One Ticket Came From a Bodega in Harlem

Two Powerball Winners Share $688 Million; One Ticket Came From a Bodega in Harlem Harlem residents were stunned and heartened Sunday by the news that someone among them may have woken up a multi-millionaire. One of two winning…

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So Much for the Starter House

So Much for the Starter House With inventory tight, home prices high and interest rates rising, many homeowners are giving up on the idea of trading up from the first home they bought. Johanna Lasser had lived in…

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New York’s Worst Bedbug Neighborhoods

New York’s Worst Bedbug Neighborhoods As some of us know from personal experience, finding bedbugs in your apartment is jarring. While they don’t carry diseases to humans (that we know of), their bites are itchy and can get…

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Raye Montague, the Navy’s ‘Hidden Figure’ Ship Designer, Dies at 83

Raye Montague, the Navy’s ‘Hidden Figure’ Ship Designer, Dies at 83 During World War II, when Raye Montague was 7 and growing up in Arkansas, her grandfather took her to see a traveling exhibit of a German submarine…

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William Baker, Who Righted an Army Racial Wrong From 1906, Dies at 86

William Baker, Who Righted an Army Racial Wrong From 1906, Dies at 86 In the late 1930s, in rural Georgia, a former slave told his grandson a story about a case of racial injustice that had occurred three…

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The Harlem Jazz Club Where the Spirit of Billie Holiday Lives On

The Harlem Jazz Club Where the Spirit of Billie Holiday Lives On Minton’s Playhouse, the birthplace of bebop, still rules over 118th Street. In this series for T, the author Reggie Nadelson revisits New York institutions that have…

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