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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Five New Harlem Area Open Houses

Check out the latest homes near you with open houses.

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Black Ballet Pioneer And Dance Theatre Of Harlem Founder Dies

Arthur Mitchell was one of the first black ballet dancers.

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Harlem September 6 Issue

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Labor Day 2018 was a hazy, hot and humid day for the 51st annual West Indian American Day Parade along Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn which drew a crowd of over 1 million. The parade is the culmination of…

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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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You’re invited: Summer’s End – Dance It Out! Hamilton Heights, West Harlem

Save the date for September 23rd! (The views expressed in this post are the author’s own.)

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Park-Replacing Development Sets ‘Harmful Precedent’: Opponents

The debate continues surrounding plans to create a large development on the Marx Brothers Playground in East Harlem.

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Harvest Festival Returns To Harlem For 9th Year

The Harlem Harvest Festival will showcase local vendors on Saturday, Oct. 6.

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