Let's get shakin'! Contest for new face of Harlem burger joint heats up Nine women want to be the new face of a popular uptown burger-and-milksh

Monday, August 11, 2014

Andrew Savulich/New York Daily News Jelena Pasic , will open new Restaurant "Harlem Shake" at W124St. and Lenox. Manhattan. Wedsday March 6, 2013. Andrew Savulich New York Daily News


Time to shake, rattle and roll.

Nine women want to be the new face of a popular uptown burger-and-milkshake joint, and their fate lies in the hands of those clutching the sirloin patties at the Lenox Ave. eatery.

City kids enjoy Fresh Air in Cowansville

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The Cost of New York

Monday, August 11, 2014

by Steven Malanga


The Cost of New York


Government overreach is to blame for Bill de Blasio’s tale of two cities.


Summer 2014


Malcolm X's Former Mosque Promotes Interfaith Ties

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Institution Once Known for Black Separatism Also Focuses on Economic Development in Harlem

By Will Huntsberry


Aug. 10, 2014 10:18 p.m. ET


Imam Izak-EL M. Pasha in the prayer room at Masjid Malcolm Shabazz. Keith Bedford for The Wall Street Journal


Charitable softball tournament raises more than $65K for Harlem school Read more at Read more: http://www.nydailynews.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014
The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation raised more than $65,000 for the Central Harlem Initiative for Learning and Development during its sixth annual charitable softball tournament last week. The nonprofit supports St. Aloysius School in Harlem, which teaches at-risk and underserved.

NYC Anchor Debuts New Show on Harlem By Mark Joyella on August 6, 2014 11:40 AM

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Long before the anchor desk at New York station WPIX, news anchor Vanessa Tyler was a kid growing up in Harlem. Now, she’s set to take New York viewers into that iconic neighborhood in a new weekly show, “What’s Eating Harlem”.

Jeff Sutton Receives $95M Loan for Harlem Whole Foods Project

Monday, August 4, 2014

Wharton Properties has obtained a construction loan from Natixis Real Estate Capital to develop a 33,000 square foot retail property along 125th Street, Harlem’s busiest commercial thoroughfare, Mortgage Observer has first learned.

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