HARLEM NEWS AND VIEWS

News
Hudson teaches kids education is key
MLB.com
By Alden Gonzalez / MLB.com | 08/09/11 2:57 PM ET NEW YORK — Orlando Hudson is as southern as they come, but he always makes it a point to venture to Harlem and address the local inner-city kids. He has done charity work here a few times already,
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Bystander shot by NYPD in wild Harlem shootout last summer sues city for $7
New York Daily News
BY Scott Shifrel The scene at a Harlem block party shootout last August where Antoine Brown, a bystander, was shot. Brown sued the city for $7 million Monday. A Bronx man who was shot and wounded by NYPD cops while at a Harlem block party last summer
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New York Daily News
Another bite at charter schools in Harlem
Deseret News (blog)
Harlem has become ground zero in the charter school fight, its charter schools praised in Waiting for Superman and denounced by the likes of Matt Damon. Their fate remains uncertain as the political battle over education reform rages on in New York
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Chinatown Also Losing Chinese Edge To…Harlem?
Gothamist
Harlem. Harlem and East Harlem have seen their Chinese populations grow by an astounding 200 percent in the past ten years, reports the Daily News, who analyzed data from the Center for Urban Research. Why the influx? More space and cheaper rent,
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Gothamist
MICHAEL DAVIS: Spanish Harlem, Glenn Beck, Venom, and The New Spider-Man
Comicmix.com
By Michael Davis on August 9th, 2011 at 7:56 am When I came back to ComicMix it was decided that the focus would be on comics and related media. My former column was often politically charged and often had nothing to do with comics.
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What Once Seemed Too Far Is Now Just Right
New York Times
By DIANE CARDWELL Many years ago, back when 96th Street was the bright-line border separating the upper reaches of the Upper East Side and East Harlem, Darin White, an executive at a major search firm, had a friend who lived in a nice prewar building
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Blogs
Harlem is Nowhere « AFRICA IS A COUNTRY
By Sean Jacobs
Excerpt from Sharifa Rhodes Pitts’ memoir of the black metropolis, Harlem is Nowhere, which came out this week in the UK: The Langston Hughes Atrium [of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture] is available as a rental
AFRICA IS A COUNTRY
The Art of Harlem: Sanford Biggers
By Cyndi
In tribute to Harlem Week, we will feature a closer look at some of Harlem’s local artists. We start off our series with a resident artist of our own Harlem restaurant, Red Rooster. Contemporary artist Sanford Biggers can be considered.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson

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