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The lottery is open for a new, 53-unit affordable building at 275 West 140th Street in central Harlem. The units start at $494/month.
Alexander C. Stewart, the respected historian of the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith, Inc. (COOLJC), has deposited an important African-American Pentecostal collection at the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center (FPHC). 898 more words
We are excited to have Mirror The Salon by Carol’s daughter to sponsor our event by providing the natural hairstyles for our models. Located in Harlem and a kiosk in Brooklyn, Mirror The Salon focuses on women with natural hair. 300 more words
kitch·en by definition is a room or area where food is prepared and cooked. However, for most of us the memories and emotions experienced in the “kitchen” have lent itself to such nostalgia that one’s interpretation of the word supersedes this basic definition and transcends us to those moments when…when we helped peel the potatoes, when we slid the stool adjacent to the stove to help stir, when we couldn’t get up from the table until we “cleaned our plate” or when we shed tears over tea, ice cream or some other guilty pleasure in hopes that whatever ailed us at the time would be relieved at total consumption…that was our kitchen. 733 more words
HARLEM, Manhattan — It sounds like the title of a horror movie, but a heat dome is the weather condition that much of the U.S., including the tri-state area, is under now. 749 more words