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Has Inwood Become New York’s New ‘Gayborhood’? East Harlem May Seek Innovative Way to Fund Housing Harlem Food Co-op Increases Access to Fruits and Vegetables The  Fear and Danger of Being an Urban Explorer Programs at Harlem Conversations in Black Freedom Studies Come to Harlem
 

Has Inwood Become New York’s New ‘Gayborhood’?

Because of its cheaper property prices and family-friendly vibe, Inwood has become a popular neighbor for gay couples to live in.

East Harlem May Seek Innovative Way to Fund Housing

East Harlem housing advocates and city officials are discussing the creation of a community land to try to solve the area's shortage of affordable housing.

Harlem Food Co-op Increases Access to Fruits and Vegetables

The Corbin Hill Food Project is bringing fresh vegetables and fruit to communities in Harlem.

The Fear and Danger of Being an Urban Explorer

A young reporter ventures underground with Steve Duncan, urban explorer. He may never do it again.

Programs at Harlem’s Salvation Army Increase Congregation

Salvation Army Harlem Temple Corps's congregation numbered around 70 before new pastors stepped in. Now, it has nearly doubled due to increased outreach to Harlem’s ever-changing community.

Conversations in Black Freedom Studies Come to Harlem

Two New York City professors have curated a series of talks about black studies with the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Studies in Harlem.

Digital Classrooms: Public School 123 gets $3.9 million technology facelift

25 April 2014

Harlem’s Public School 123 announced in fall they’re receiving a technological facelift in the form of a $3.9 million three-year state technology grant that will bring a wave of Apple products into their classrooms. Previously, the Harlem middle school of 700-plus students had only two computer-synced smart boards and a handful of computers. The grant […]

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Riverbank State Park Awaits Instructions that Could Save Lives

05 January 2014

Riverbank State Park in need of formal written guidelines in case of an emergency situation.

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Sleepless Inwood Residents Mount Anti-Noise Campaign

26 December 2013

For some Inwood residents, sleep is becoming increasingly rare.

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Students and Neighbors Shocked Over Recent Robberies in Morningside Heights

23 December 2013

Shocking robbery in Morningside Heights shocked students, faculty and neighbors regarding increased crime around the neighborhood.

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Has Inwood Become New York’s New ‘Gayborhood’?

30 November 2013

Because of its cheaper property prices and family-friendly vibe, Inwood has become a popular neighbor for gay couples to live in.

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East Harlem May Seek Innovative Way to Fund Housing

08 November 2013

East Harlem housing advocates and city officials are discussing the creation of a community land to try to solve the area's shortage of affordable housing.

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George Washington Bridge Bus Station Is Finally Being Renovated

28 October 2013

In October 2008, the George Washington Bridge Bus Station terminal was about to undergo construction. Now, five years later, the construction is finally underway.

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Harlem Food Co-op Increases Access to Fruits and Vegetables

27 October 2013

The Corbin Hill Food Project is bringing fresh vegetables and fruit to communities in Harlem.

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The Fear and Danger of Being an Urban Explorer

26 October 2013

A young reporter ventures underground with Steve Duncan, urban explorer. He may never do it again.

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Programs at Harlem’s Salvation Army Increase Congregation

25 October 2013

Salvation Army Harlem Temple Corps's congregation numbered around 70 before new pastors stepped in. Now, it has nearly doubled due to increased outreach to Harlem’s ever-changing community.

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