Internationally renowned architect George Ranalli has ditched his Chelsea office for Harlem. Ranalli, the dean of City College’s architecture school, who taught at Yale for 20 years, has had work featured in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and has given lectures in Turin, Rome, Tokyo and all over the U.S., set up a new office at 447 West 127th St. this past June.
Ines Moore stirs awake nearly every night to an unmistakable, skin-crawling sound: rats skittering around her apartment in the dark. Continue Reading →
New York City is the hotbed of artfull aesthetic events that it is, was the locale for bubbling artist Mark Anthony Green’s debut exhibition, “VIBES ARE THE ONLY CURRENCY.” Continue Reading →
Williana “Liane” Jones Burroughs (1882–1945) was an American teacher, communist political activist, and politician. She is best remembered as one of the first African-American women to run for elective office in New York. Continue Reading →
A teenager was arrested Wednesday after attacking eight women in a five day crime spree around Manhattan that involved sexual assaults and robberies, the NYPD said. Continue Reading →
An East Harlem artist is making a name for himself by draping naked white women across his shoulders, and wearing them as human scarves. Continue Reading →