Harlem’s Dickens, Mark-Viverito Support Naked Ladies

For Sunday News: 08/26/15:Topless:New York - NY Post reporter Amber Jamieson walks in Times Square as a "desnuda" as she goes undercover as a topless painted woman soliciting tips in Times Square. Photo by Helayne Seidman

Prominent female city leaders — including Harlem Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito — praised The Post Sunday for revealing that Mayor Bill de Blasio’s crusade against the half-naked ladies of Times Square is wrong-headed and sexist. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Mark-Viverito: Selling Synthetic Marijuana Illegal

Melissa_Mark-ViveritoLooking to crack down on the synthetic marijuana rage, Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito detailed a new bill Saturday that would make peddling the drug a crime. Continue Reading →

NY Electeds At NAN Action Rally Against Synthetic Marijuana In Harlem

seitu sharpton3NY Elected Officials to attend National Action Network Saturday Action Rally to unveil a Community Action Plan against Synthetic Marijuana in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Mark-Viverito $1 Mil To Cut Vet Homelessness

a-Mark-Viverito_3Capital New York reports that East Harlem City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito announced a $940,000 initiative on Thursday to support veteran homeless prevention, job placement, legal and mental health services. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Al Sharpton’s MSNBC Show Canceled

sharptonThe Rev. Al Sharpton’s four-year weeknight run is over: MSNBC has canceled his 6 p.m. series and will instead slot the civil rights activist as host of a Sunday morning program, effective Oct. 4. Continue Reading →

Re-open Revolution Books Campaign in Harlem

indiegogo at revolution booksDonate the $30,000 needed immediately to open the new REVOLUTION BOOKS in Harlem in September.

Welcome to the campaign to Save and Re-open Revolution Books. Some of you know Revolution Books, some of you are just discovering RB.  Continue Reading →

Councilperson Levine’s Harlem Office Gets New Mural

west harlm artFor weeks in the summer heat, young artists from Creative Art Works were busy planning and painting a new mural outside City Council member Mark Levine’s Harlem district office. Continue Reading →