Harlem Council Member Mark Levine Statement On A Train Derailment

Harlem Council Member mark Levine made this statement regarding the A Train Derailment:
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‘You Can Take The A Train’ In Harlem Says MTA After Restored Service

Following a prior suspension, partial train service has been restored so ‘You Can Take The A Train’ and D trains with shuttle service in Harlem. The B and C trains remain suspended. The following service changes are in effect: Continue Reading →

World-Famous Street Ball Court In Harlem Gets Special Dedication

Rucker Park in Harlem. That’s all you have to say. The court on West 155th Street and 8th Avenue has been home to some intense games for the last three decades. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s John Henry’s Secret Of Turning Side Gig Into Full-Time Gig

Mic Network reports in an article titled 7 Secrets Of Entrepreneurs Who Turned Side Gigs Into Baller Full-Time Jobs, in secret number 2, Harlem’s John Henry gave his advice on the smart moves he’s made.

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Harlem’s Marcus Samuelsson Eats Brooklyn

Harlemite and Super chef Marcus Samuelsson conquered Harlem’s dining scene with his celebrated Red Rooster. Now he’s taking his game-changing restaurant show to Brooklyn for the first time. Continue Reading →

As Door Rips Off ‘A’ Train Three Injured In Harlem Derailment

Gothamist reports that straphangers said a southbound A train crashed into a subway wall between 135th and 125th Streets in Manhattan on Tuesday morning. Continue Reading →

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Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee Keynote At Touro College Commencement At The Apollo Theater In Harlem

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) conferred diplomas upon 131 candidates for the doctor of osteopathic medicine (DO) degree last Thursday at festive ceremonies held at the famed Apollo Theater in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Central Park Spring, West 109th Street At Eighth Avenue, Harlem, NY, 1901

Path leading to the Central Park fresh water spring photograph by James Reuel Smith at West 109th Street, (150 feet east of) Eighth Avenue, Harlem, NY, March 18, 1901. Continue Reading →

Central Park Spring By James Reuel Smith, 109th Street, Harlem, NY, March 18, 1901

The Central Park fresh water spring photograph by James Reuel Smith at West 109th Street, (150 feet east of) Eighth Avenue, Harlem, New York, on March 18, 1901. Continue Reading →