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Harlem Haven: Area near 145th Street is one of the fastest growing
New York Daily News
By Jason Sheftell Anchored by Convent Ave., one of the city’s prettiest brownstone blocks, Harlem around 145th St. and St. Nicholas Ave. is easily one of the fast-growing neighborhoods and potentially explosive housing micro-markets in all of New York
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Harlem Draws a Restaurant Crowd
Wall Street Journal
By AMY FELDMAN Star chef Marcus Samuelsson’s Red Rooster, pictured, has become a Harlem hot spot since opening a year ago. For many years, even as Harlem gained new residential developments, its restaurant scenewith the exception of a few reknowned
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Wall Street Journal
Officer Wounds Groping Suspect in Harlem Subway Station
New York Times (blog)
By AL BAKER An off-duty police officer shot and wounded a man suspected of groping a woman and a teenager in a Harlem subway station Friday, said a police official who offered the following account. Around 12:30 pm, a mother and her teenage daughter
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Kean University Features Dance Theatre of Harlem 1/7
Broadway World
Kean Stage presents Dance Theatre of Harlem on Saturday, January 7 at 7:30 pm in Kean University’s Wilkins Theatre. A classic American institution, Dance Theatre of Harlem keeps its choreography and approach to ballet unique while remaining true to
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Occupy Harlem looks to energize uptown movement
CU Columbia Spectator
By Zara Castany David Rutherford, a general assembly member, is in charge of the Occupy Harlem Twitter. Rutherford said he liked the spirit at Zuccotti Park and felt compelled to help bring the movement uptown. Harlem residents have been trying
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Protected bike lanes in E. Harlem stir controversy
New York Daily News
BY Joseph Teppper And Michael J. Feeney Protected bike lanes are slated to hit East Harlem in the spring, but some merchants say the lanes will hurt their businesses. “We aren’t against bike lanes, but we are against bike lanes in East Harlem, said
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Parents Protest Charter School Network’s Expansion in Harlem
DNAinfo
Parents from Harlem, Brooklyn and the Bronx gathered in front of the Lenox Avenue headquarters of Eva Moskowitz’ Success Charter Network Thursday to protest the school’s expansion plans. (DNAinfo/Jeff Mays) HARLEM Parents from Harlem, Brooklyn and
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DNAinfo
Judge Refuses Release of Harlem Boy Who Hit Woman With Shopping Cart
International Business Times
By IBTimes Staff Reporter | December 8, 2011 5:29 PM EST Family Court Judge Susan Larabee refused to release the 12-year-old boy who pushed a shopping cart from the fourth-floor walkway outside a Target store in Harlem, striking 47-year-old mother and
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International Business Times
Cavs Owner Compares The NBA To The Harlem Globetrotters
Business Insider
If you are not familiar, the Washington Generals are the team that always faces the Harlem Globetrotters. The Generals sole purpose for existing is so the Globetrotters have a team to beat while they are entertaining the crowd.
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Business Insider
NYPL President Anthony Marx Pleads Guilty to DWI
DNAinfo
Anthony Marx was appointed the president of the New York Public Library. (Samuel Anthony Masinter) He was found to be twice the legal limit. Marx was sentenced to six months license revocation, and ordered to attend 16 counselling sessions and complete
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DNAinfo
Blogs
NYPD: Man Taken To Harlem Hospital After Being Shot By Off-Duty
By brama1
A man is in the hospital after being shot by an off-duty police officer on an A train at the at the 125th Street Station in Harlem Friday.
CBS New York
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