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As They Wait For Their Turn To Reopen, Dancers Finding Creative Ways To Express Themselves

As many people return to work, a job that requires close contact, dance, is still a long ways from getting back on the stage.

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NYC Renters Protest Housing Court Reopening Amid Coronavirus

“Housing is healthcare,” organizers said​. “Right now it’s critical that every New Yorker is safely housed.”

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Black Lives Matter Mural To Be Painted On Harlem Street

The mural will stretch two full blocks of Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.

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Consumer Reports Offers Ways To Save Time And Money Food Shopping

Here are 21 ways to optimize your shopping dollars and minimize your effort as food prices spike from Consumer Reports.

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Harlem Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

What to expect from the weather this week in the Harlem area.

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NYC Moves To Phase 2 Of Coronavirus Reopening: What It Means

New York City is ready for phase two of its recovery from coronavirus. Here’s what’s opening up on Monday, June 22.

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How Remote Learning Upended Instruction For NYC Students With Disabilities And Their Families

With the logistical complexity of remote instruction in mind, officials in April allowed for special education services to be modified.

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NYC Summer Youth Jobs Rely On State Funds. But Albany Won’t Commit Yet.

Summer options for New York City’s youth could be a little less grim if the state releases funding aimed at helping low-income families.

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Harlem: Check Out 5 Local Homes For Sale

Look inside the most recently listed homes available now in the Harlem area.

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