Harlem – News November 11, 2011
Morgan Karr Returns To Joe’s Pub 1111 (BroadwayWorld)
Singer/Songwriter Morgan Karr returns to the newly renovated Joe’s Pub, November 11, 2011 at 11:11 PM to give a benefit concert for the New York-based arts outreach organization, Sing for Hope, responsible for the Pop-Up Pianos placed around city parks and public spaces over the summer.
Up in smoke (DM News)
Sure, smoking cigarettes will most likely kill you – if a misstep off the curb in front of a city bus or some other misadventure doesn’t grim-reap you first.
Pedestrian Burdens: Send Us Pics of the Parking Garages Killing Your Street (Streetsblog)
At 1 Morningside Drive, parking minimums forced the construction of a 148-space garage.
Comptroller: Metro-North workers got more than $1 million in ‘avoidable’ OT (LoHud)
To report allegations of fraud, corruption and abuse of taxpayer money, call the comptroller’s hotline at 888-672-4555. Complaints can be filed online at firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to State Comptroller Investigations Unit, 110 State St., 14th Floor, Albany, NY 12236.
Corbin Hill Road Farm in Harlem is Delivering Farm-Fresh Produce to Harlem This Winter (Harlem World)
Corbin Hill Road Farm is announcing its first ever Winter Farm Share, which will deliver fruit and vegetables from upstate New York farms to communities throughout Harlem and the Bronx.
Robin Hood Announces Winners of 2011 Heroes Award (BroadwayWorld)
Robin Hood, New York City’s largest private poverty fighting organization today honored a few special New Yorkers and organizations that have overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles and made a lasting impact in the fight against poverty.