MTA Worker Dies After Fall In East Harlem

ABC reports that an MTA worker died while on the job at 125th Street on the Lexington Avenue line early Tuesday morning after falling nine feet and hitting his head while doing debris pickup. Continue Reading →

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Officials, Advocates Praise From Upper East Side To Harlem Transit Options

City officials and transportation advocates gathered on the Upper East Side to celebrate the neighborhood’s improved transportation options. Continue Reading →

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Harlem Parks To Host Free Athletics Classes For Seniors

City parks in a handful of Manhattan neighborhoods are offering seniors free tennis, walking and yoga classes this spring, nonprofit organization the City Parks Foundation announced Friday. Continue Reading →

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Whole Foods NYC Gives Back To Marcus Garvey Park And Other Local Parks

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Whole Foods Market stores in New York City are joining forces with various city parks to celebrate the retailer’s 5% Community Giving Day. Continue Reading →

Carter Burden Center Holds Annual Senior Ball In Harlem

Carter Burden Center Senior BallOn May 14, 2016, over 100 seniors from The Carter Burden Center for the Aging programs in East Harlem and the Upper East Side enjoyed an afternoon of merriment, laughter and cheer at the elegant ballroom of Holy Trinity Cathedral at 337 East 74th Street.  Continue Reading →

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With A Store In Harlem, Fairway Slumps As Epicure Options Grow

Fairway MarketNY Times reports that today, Fairway shares trade around $1.80 — a little more than the price of three tangerines. Continue Reading →

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Boy Waiting For Trolley In East Harlem, NY 1911

1703-1705-lexington-avenue-107th-street-1911-upper-east-side-1703 1705 Lexington Avenue and 107th Street, on the Upper East side in what was then IItalian Harlem, New York, 1911.

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Gavin Brown Moving New Gallery To Harlem

Gavin-Brown-2-Courtesy-Gavin-Browns-Enterprise-350x263NYTimes reports that Harlem may be far from the madding crowd of galleries in downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn. But this summer Gavin Brown is closing his Gavin Brown’s Enterprise shop on Greenwich Street in the West Village and moving his gallery to a former brewery at 461 West 126th Street. Continue Reading →

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