Harlem Senator’s Bill Will Extend Time To Report Rent Overcharge

State Senator Brian Benjamin’s proposed legislation would give rent-stabilized tenants six years to report overcharges to the state.

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Major Harlem Landlord Sued For Illegaly Deregulating Units

A watchdog investigation has led to a class action lawsuit against the Scharfman Organization, which owns more than 100 buildings in NYC.

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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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Harlem September 27 Issue

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The 49th Annual African American Day Parade (“AADP”) took place on a warm and muggy Sunday afternoon, September 16th, 2018 from 1pm to 6pm along Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard from 111th Street up to 136th Street in…

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4 New Homes For Sale In The Harlem Area

Check out the most recently listed properties on the market in the Harlem area.

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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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Cam’Ron Stole Iconic Harlem Photo For Mixtape Cover: Lawsuit

Photographer Ellis Reed is taking the Harlem rapper to court for featuring one of his photos on the cover of 2017’s “The Promise.”

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Harlem: 5 Local Rentals To Consider

Here are a few of the homes up for rent in your community.

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MacArthur Foundation Announces 25 New ‘Genius’ Fellowships

MacArthur Foundation Announces 25 New ‘Genius’ Fellowships There was laundry to be done for Okwui Okpokwasili, a choreographer and performer, as she walked out of her Brooklyn home early last month toward a laundromat. She was getting ready…

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