The NYPost reports that a victim of the March East Harlem gas explosion is suing the city for $25 million, claiming her debilitating injuries have prevented her from pursuing a dream job of working with disabled kids. Continue Reading →
A photograph of the Firehouse horses running to a fire from Engine Firehouse 53 station (somewhere) in East Harlem, New York, 1890’s.
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A New York City cop was injured during a foot chase when he was hit by a commuter van, according to the NYPD. Continue Reading →
I have a disabled daughter named Sarah, and the experiences that come with that are sometimes priceless. They are the kind of experiences that when you tell them to someone else, they look at you like you’re insane. Continue Reading →
The East Harlem building explosion on March 12 killed four people, injured dozens and destroyed the livelihoods of many. Continue Reading →
Seitu Oronde was at the Harlem Explosion Fundraiser at Gran Piato on 116th Street in East Harlem, Monday, March 31st, 2014. Continue Reading →
The 116 Park Deli is only feet from where two buildings collapsed in East Harlem a little less than two weeks ago. Inside the shop, it still looks as if it happened yesterday. Continue Reading →