Harlem’s Jackie Robinson Park To Be More Accessible

It will soon be easier to get into Jackie Robinson Park. On Tuesday, the Preservation Commission approved changes that include reopening a long-closed entrance. Continue Reading →

Lottery Opens For Affordable Units Across Harlem

Second to the Bronx, Central Harlem has seen perhaps the most new affordable housing opportunities in the city. Continue Reading →

“DeerGate” Potentially Ends As Harlem Deer Will Be Cremated

deer-in-harlem2DeerGate, the correct and true name of the scandalous handling of a deer in a Jackie Robinson Park in Harlem, potentially reached a conclusion today with the news that the deer, known as Bambi or more popular Lefty, will be cremated after dying of stress brought on by his capture. Continue Reading →

What? Harlem’s One-Antlered Deer “Lefty” Dies From ‘Stress’ Before Relocation, City Says

czbkm3fw8aa0ghb-1481863791-314Harlem’s famous one-antlered deer, “Lefty,” died Friday as he awaited relocation upstate, according to a spokesman for the NYC Mayor’s Office. Continue Reading →

“Lefty” Or “Bambi,” Harlem’s One Antlered Deer To Be Killed (Update)

deer-in-harlem2Harlem’s Jackie Robinson Park its home since early December was captured Thursday near the Polo Grounds Towers and is expected to be killed, a city hall spokeswoman told source. Continue Reading →

City Says It Will Leave Lonely Harlem Deer Alone, And So Should You

deer-in-harlem-parkHarlem residents are concerned and confused by a one-antlered deer that has taken up residence in a park there. Continue Reading →

Bambi, Rudolph And Maybe Dancer Scene In Harlem

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First on Friday, December 2nd 2016, Harlem World reported that a deer name “Lefty” was scene in Jackie Robeson Park, now it seems that “Lefty” told his deer friends. Continue Reading →

What Da Buck?! Deer Spotted Roaming Harlem Park

deer-in-harlem-park1A one-antlered deer was spotted roaming Harlem’s Jackie Robinson park and may have swam the width of the East River to get there. Continue Reading →

A Reflection On Harlem’s Historical Parks

st-nicholas-park-in-fallBy Lil Nickelson

Harlem contains four (4) parks within its borders: Marcus Garvey Park on the east side, Morningside Park and St. Nicholas Park in its interior and Jackie Robinson Park in West Harlem.  Continue Reading →

Artist “Rudy Shepherd: Induction Ceremony” In Harlem

rudy-shepherd-invites-you-to-induction-ceremony-a-performance-inaugurating-inharlem-rudy-shepherd-cuRudy Shepherd invites you to Induction Ceremony, a performance inaugurating inHarlem: Rudy Shepherd, currently on view in Jackie Robinson Park through July 25, 2017. Continue Reading →