Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics (MCSM) is a public high school at East 116th Street between Pleasant Avenue and FDR Drive in East Harlem, New York.
On Saturday, August 14th, 2021, the City of New York will kick off NYC Homecoming Week.
Pleasant Avenue is a north-south street in the East Harlem neighborhood that begins at E. 114th Street and ends at E. 120th Street.
Deputy Mayor Vicki Been, NYCEDC President and CEO James Patchett and City Officials from NYC Parks, Department of Cultural Affairs, Department of Education, Department of Small Business Services,
Harlem is a neighborhood bounded on nearly all sides by highways, which presents health risks for students at local schools, a new report says.
On Wednesday, October 17th, 2018, Timberland president, Jim Pisani, and his team celebrated, “Timberland Season” and the opening of their 5th Avenue Pop Up with a series of events all week long.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza and Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez today announced that the City is investing $2.65 million in structural and program investments.
Standing in Times Square, New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Polly Trottenberg and New York City Council Transportation Committee Chair Ydanis Rodriguez today announced programming for this year’s upcoming Car Free Earth Day — on Saturday, April 21st, 2018.
NY Curbed reports that three East Harlem buildings with strong neighborhood ties were swiftly landmarked on Tuesday morning.
Campus Safety Magazine reports that schools are grappling with safety concerns today as students across the country are walking out of their classrooms to protest gun violence from Harlem to Hollywood.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced the expansion of 3-K for All to six more community school districts across all five boroughs.
The federal government cut off a $500,000 grant for a Harlem program that helped poor kids go to college — because it was doing too good a job.
On a December night in 2003, at Rao’s, the legendary restaurant on Pleasant Avenue in East Harlem, a man nicknamed Louie Lump Lump (pictured above) shot another patron after reportedly taking issue with his disparaging comment about the female singer’s rendition of “Don’t Rain on My Parade” from “Funny Girl.”
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) graduated 71 high school students from its unique two-year after-school program, “MedAchieve”, last week.
On Monday, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer will co-host and deliver remarks at the first of four My Brother’s Keeper convenings in Harlem for educators, youth services providers, researchers, and policymakers developing strategies to close opportunity gaps for young men of color in Manhattan.