Consumer Reports says it’s not the radical mid-engine design enthusiasts have long dreamed about, but so what? The next iteration of America’s sports car will be a slimmed-down, muscled-up front-V8 Vette with higher performance, higher mpg, and slick new styling.
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Chabad teaches to care for the spiritual and material needs of all Jews, wherever they could be found. Chabad of Harlem suggest where Jews are heading as gentrification marches.
Perhaps it was only a matter of time.
In a city defined by runaway gentrification — Chabad has come to Harlem.
And the popular outreach group that sniffs out where Jews are migrating next has in recent years gained a foothold in Harlem, another fast-morphing neighborhood shedding its old skin. Continue reading
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Fairway Market store in Harlem is holding their annual “Hosting the Holiday” tasting event, and you’re invited. You can indulge in Fairway’s signature dishes available from the Thanksgiving menu will include mouthwatering main course options such as Fairway’s famous oven-ready organic turkey and honey spiced glazed spiral ham; Continue reading
A Bald Eagle spotting isn’t unheard of in New York City—but it’s still neat to see one milling about in Harlem instead of, say, behind bars at the Bronx Zoo. One blogger recently spotted one heading to Fairway, saying: “Since the opening of the Harlem Piers I have always appreciated its close views of Hudson River bird traffic, all the while knowing that Bald Eagles sometimes ply these fish rich waters. So today, as I was about to head into Fairway, I scanned the rough ice and to my surprise, found a bald eagle in almost complete adult plumage.” (Maybe he knows where that Harlem wiley coyote is.) Find out more about the city’s history with the Bald Eagle, here.
Fairway, Manhattanville, New York, December 24, 2009. By Thomas Collins (iPh4n70M), photostream on www.flickr.com