A reminder that Harlem Food Bar will be having their third “GIVE BACK MONDAYS” this coming Monday, November 19, from 5 – 8 pm. Stop by Monday night to support HARLEM UNITED supporting the fight against HIV & AIDS in Harlem. See the flyer below for more information. Portion of all proceeds will be donated to Harlem United. Let’s all turn out and show our support for this great cause.
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Monday, 9/24 from 5 – 8PM Harlem Food Bar will be starting Give Back On Mondays.
Free Appetizers and a portion of proceeds from the night will go to the following charities:
* FCBC Dream Center Monday, September 24th
* NYPD Police Athletic League Monday, October 15th
* HARLEM UNITED Fight against HIV & AIDS Monday, November 19th.
So stop by Harlem Food Bar and help give to these charities for a great cause!
CrashStat by Transportation Alternatives provides an interactive map of NYC’s most dangerous intersections. Shown here are pedestrian and biker fatalities, Harlem, 1995 – 2009.
The site plots every crash recorded by the N.Y. State Department of Transportation since 1995 that involved a pedestrian or a bicyclist. Blue dots are pedestrian crashes, red are bicycle crashes, and the black stars–intentionally bold and eye catching– mark fatalities.
The site is extremely interactive allowing viewers to probe the database using any number of criteria: how many crashes have happened by year, by type of car, age of person hit, contributing factor, by neighborhood, community board, City Council district, NYPD precinct, a variety of geographic and political boundaries. You can also filter the crashes by contributing factors like age of pedestrian, or type of vehicle, of if speeding was involved. It also lets you see that crossing the street is getting safer in New York. Much of the data comes from the NYPD, which was ordered by a court to begin releasing crash data each month starting in June.
According to Transportation Alternatives Executive Director Paul Steeley: “By revealing where and why motor vehicle crashes occur, CrashStat gives all New Yorkers the information they need to demand better enforcement of our traffic laws”. He further states that speeding and failing to yield are the top most dangerous traffic behaviors of motorists, so that’s where he’d like to see enforcement focused.
This is a must have resource for any and everyone living in or visiting Harlem.