Harlem CB Chair Complains About Bus Lanes

Manhattan CB 10 Chair Henrietta Lyle. Photo: Stephen Miller

Manhattan Community Board 10 Chair Henrietta Lyle thinks bus lanes have made it harder to get around Harlem. In a conversation with Streetsblog, Lyle disputed our coverage of Select Bus Service on 125th Street and waved off data from the Census and NYC DOT. Continue Reading →

Harlem Silicon Conference Channels Silicon Harlem

ingrid 1By Hadasah Ingrid

Clearly, the information age is upon us! If you still think along the popular ephitat “Information is Power” think again because now the most powerful person is the one who shares the most information. Continue Reading →

Flamboyant Hair Salon Opens In Harlem

flamboyant hair in harlemAfter nearly 2 months of construction, Flamboyant Hair Salon will be celebrated their grand opening in front of city officials, friends and family on Saturday, October 11th, 2014.

Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: Harlem Week 2014 Elders Jubilee Luncheon

rudy1On this NYC Senior Citizens Day, Tuesday, August 5th, 2014, Harlem Councilwoman Inez Dickens MC’s the Harlem Week 2014 Elders Jubilee Luncheon at the Harlem State Office Bldg. Continue Reading →

Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E. and NYPD Partner For A Day of Peace & Health

Harlem Mothers Save Logo.jpgHarlem Mothers S.A.V.E. will partner with the NYPD on Saturday, June 21st for A Day of Peace and Health. A Street fair taking place from 10AM -6PM on West 128th Street between St. Nicholas Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Bradhurst Plaza Supporters Struggle to Change Status Quo

ecStreetsblog reports that Manhattan Community Board 10′s transportation committee ended months of foot-dragging this week by backing a road diet for Morningside Avenue in Harlem. Continue Reading →

In Celebration of National Week of the Young Child

diverse childrenJoin Assemblyman Keith Wright, Harlem Kids Travel Inc. and  Globalscope Inc., for a Community Conversation Early Years are Learning Years: Closing the Experience Gap. Continue Reading →

No DOT On Morningside Road Diet

Levine_brewer_dickensA plan to improve pedestrian safety on speeding-plagued Morningside Avenue in Harlem, supported by one community board but stalled by another, is on track for months of additional meetings as DOT goes back to the drawing board. Continue Reading →

Harlem Electeds And Businesses left Me Out of National Urban League Secret Meeting

urban13u-1-webIt seems one Harlem pol is not a part of the cool kids club. Uptown leaders convened a private sit down at Sylvia’s Restaurant Wednesday to muster support for the controversial plan to convert a row of small businesses on 125th St. into the headquarters for the National Urban League. Continue Reading →