On Top Of HEAF’s National College Decision Day

heaf drsft in harlemOn Thursday, May 1st marked the second occasion of HEAF’s Annual National College Decision Day Draft Event where over 100 New York City students announced their college choices. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: The Bronx Community College Annual 5K Run

seitu run1By Seitu Oronde

The Bronx Community College Annual 5K run took place on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 to a fun filled crew of runners from all around the community.

seitu run2seitu run3seitu run4seitu run5seitu run6seitu run7The fantastic event happens every May in the Bronx community and we’re already looking forward to 2015. The event was sponsored by Health First.

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Diddy No Pay On Mama Misa’s Mansion

justin-diddy-misa-e1349799969526Oh, man. It’s a Harlem Diddy Vs Mother-in-law Misa in the courts, and as in most of these court cases it’s going to get rough. Continue Reading →

Assualt In Morningside Park In Harlem

street view of 145th streetOn Friday, February 28, 2014 at 6:20 pm, a man was in serious condition after being stabbed in Morningside Heights, New York Police Department said. Continue Reading →

Harlem Bank May Be Demolished After Six-Alarm Fire

harlem fire may demolish bankOfficials are expected to determine today whether a bank gutted by fire in Morningside Heights on Saturday will have to be demolished. Continue Reading →

Harlem Blaze Battled By Firefighters

morningside-heights-fireThe FDNY was on the scene of a large fire at a Citibank on Broadway and West 111th Street on Saturday morning. Continue Reading →

Robbery At Citibank In Harlem

hw webs siteArmed Robbery. New York PD units reporting a robbery of a Citibank at 231 West 96th Street. The perpetrator fled on foot in an unknown direction. Continue Reading →

NYC’s Bike Share, Largest In The Country, To Begin

New-York-City-BikeshareNew York City, with its constant hum of subways, buses, cabs and ferries, has long had one glaring exception to its many transportation options: bicycles for the masses. Continue Reading →