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Famed Architect Reveals Harlem River Boathouse For Nonprofit

Norman Foster, of Foster + Partners, designed the new two-story boathouse for uptown nonprofit Row NYC.

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Advocates Call On City To Keep Harlem Food Stamp Office Open

Advocates say that closing a food stamp office in Central Harlem will negatively affect the most vulnerable benefits recipients.

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Harlem Church At Risk Of Demolition Sells For $16M

The Metropolitan Community United Methodist Church sold its historic Madison Avenue building to real estate developers.

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Senior Center At Harlem NYCHA Complex Spared From Closure

Seniors who rely on the senior center at the Martin Luther King Jr. Towers said closing the site would be a “disaster.”

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De Blasio Wants Fast E-Bikes Out Of Bike Lanes | Week In Review

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Harlem Precinct Has Highest Rate Of Cops With Misconduct Records

More than 4 percent of the cops at the 30th precinct have disciplinary records showing civilian complaints, suspensions or excessive force.

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Two-Story Supermarket Coming To E Harlem Development, Reports Say

Food Bazaar will occupy a 45,885-square-foot space in the One East Harlem development on Third Avenue and East 125th Street.

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East Harlem’s ‘Museo Del Barrio’ Neglects Community: Activists

Activists and local artists drafted an open letter accusing the museum of morphing into an “elitist” and “market driven” institution.

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Closing Center At Harlem NYCHA Complex Would Be Disaster: Seniors

Seniors at the Martin Luther King Jr. Towers rely on their senior center for exercise, meals and social interaction.

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