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Report finds city subsidies have historically gone to wealthier areas

Thursday, October 22, 2015

By Erik Engquist

An advocacy group says a new analysis of city subsidies shows that they have historically been focused on areas that need the least help. But the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development’s hope that its report will inspire the de Blasio administration to overhaul its economic-development policies seems like a long shot.

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A Harlem Alliance Creates New Initiative for Public Art

Monday, October 19, 2015

By Seph Rodney

The Marcus Garvey Park Alliance has ambitious plans for a new program of public art to commence in 2016 with works primarily situated in four historic Harlem parks — an endeavor that will be carried out by a newly organized coalition of museums, advocacy groups, community collectives, and public arts organizations.

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Eating along the 2 line: Some of the city's fav shakes and pies are found in Harlem

Monday, October 19, 2015

BY Rachel Wharton

The 125th St. 2 train station lies smack in the middle of Harlem’s main drag, whose combination of street life, great architecture and shops make it one of the city’s best commercial corridors. When you’re in the area, here’s where to grab a bite.

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Political Climate Clouds MF Market

Monday, October 19, 2015

By Paul Bubny

NEW YORK CITY—The new freeze on one-year leases for rent-stabilized apartments, and the de Blasio administration’s lack of clarity on affordable housing requirements, have cast uncertainty on multifamily, said experts at RealShare New York.

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Tony Winner Trezana Beverley Directs HSF's All-Female OTHELLO Nov 6-22

Sunday, October 18, 2015

By BWW News Desk

Take Wing And Soar Productions & Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group are proud to present THE HARLEM SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL'S All-Female, Multi-Racial THE TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO.

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Breakin’ Convention Festival draws in breakdancers to Apollo Theater

Friday, October 16, 2015

By Ayana Harry

HARLEM — The Breakin' Convention Festival is under way at the Apollo Theater in Harlem. "It's wonderful to see an art form that was born here, really celebrated on a global level, back in the community it started in," said Jamilla Deria, Program Director for the Apollo Theater.

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Harlem School of the Arts hosts 50th Anniversary Gala Kick-Off

Friday, October 16, 2015

By NYC Invites website

Oct. 5, the Harlem School of the Arts hosted its 50th Anniversary Gala KickOff in the Grand Ballroom at The Plaza. T

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3 Comic legends inducted into Apollo Theater Walk of Fame

Thursday, October 1, 2015
 
By Eyewitness News
 
Three legendary comedians are the newest inductees into the Apollo Theater Walk of Fame. Comedic icons Richard Pryor, Moms Mabley and Redd Foxx were honored during a special ceremony outside the theater in Harlem Thursday night.

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Conservative Harlem minister announces challenge to de Blasio

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

By Dana Rubinstein

“My name is Michel Faulkner, and I firmly believe that I will be the next mayor for the city of New York.” On Monday morning in Times Square, Mayor Bill de Blasio got his first 2017 challenger: an African-American, socially conservative former New York Jet who is now a Harlem minister.

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MTA announces changes to Hudson, Harlem lines

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

By Abbott Brant

Metro-North Railroad schedules will change beginning Oct. 3, impacting those who travel on the the Harlem and Hudson lines. On the Hudson line, the 9:15 a.m.

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