Person of Interest is filming with Robert De Niro (right) at West 140th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., in central Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
A pedestrian was left seriously injured Monday afternoon, after falling into open cellar doors on a sidewalk in East Harlem. Continue Reading →
Parents in Harlem are asking the city to stop speeding cars on a notorious street that’s in the middle of several schools. Continue Reading →
A Bronx man was arrested and charged Sunday morning in a stabbing that left a man dead in Harlem this weekend. Continue Reading →
Firefighters have brought a four-alarm fire at a Washington Heights apartment building under control. Continue Reading →
Tonight at 8 PM ET/PT, actress, comedienne and Harlem resident Sherri Shepherd continues with her guest role as “Daphne” on the final season of CBS’s “How I Met Your Mother.” Continue Reading →
On Wednesday October 3rd, Queen Latifah and the cast of the Steel Magnolias remake were at the Paris Theatre in midtown Manhattan for the premiere of the Lifetime movie. The cast includes Queen Latfiah, Jill Scott, Phylicia Rashad, Alfre Woodard, Adepero Oduye and Condola Rashad.
It was a very festive night and good time to celebrate. There were a lot of hurdles that were jumped for this movie’s Lifetime October 7th showing. With the challenges behind them, the cast was able to enjoy making their appearance on the red carpet.
Condola showed up with her father Ahmad Rashad. Queen Latifah attended with her mother Rita Owens. Alfre Woodard attended with her Husband Roderick Spencer. Besides cast members, Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition Judges Abby Lee Miller and Robin Antin walked the carpet and Singer Keri Hilson was there to show her support for this fantastic cast.
Check your local listings to see the time for the October 7th Lifetime television premiere of Steel Magnolias.
The MTA report said this week there had been a rush to get crucial safety checks done on the subway, but investigators said the reports were either made up, delayed or skipped altogether.
…report found that inspectors had falsified thousands of subway signal inspections… Continue Reading →