East Harlem’s Al Pacino And More In Martin Scorsese New Film The Irishman (Video)

The Irishman (titled onscreen as I Heard You Paint Houses) is a 2019 American epic crime with East Harlem’s Al Pacino, the film is directed and produced by Martin Scorsese and written by Steven Zaillian, based on the 2004 book I Heard You Paint Houses by Charles Brandt. Continue Reading →

Woman Found Decomposing In City-Subsidized East Harlem Apartment

From Nydailynews.com: “Woman found decomposing in city-subsidized East Harlem apartment, friends angry non-profit failed to check on her”. Continue Reading →

START Treatment & Recovery Centers Upgrades Its East Harlem Clinic

In keeping with its ongoing commitment to providing the best possible care to New Yorkers affected by the opioid epidemic, START Treatment & Recovery Centers has acquired a 15,765-square-foot, four-story building at 2191 Third Avenue in East Harlem. Continue Reading →

NYCEDC Reopens Renovated La Placita At La Marqueta In East Harlem

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) yesterday celebrated the reopening of beloved community plaza and outdoor space La Placita at La Marqueta in East Harlem.
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City Seeks Organization To Operate Memorial Historical African Burial Ground In Harlem

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) in collaboration with the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) today released a Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) to select non-profit art or cultural organization to operate a memorial and cultural education center. Continue Reading →

Cetiliztli Nauhcampa Danza Group And Good Shepherd Service Celebrate “Indigenous People’s Day”

On Thursday, October 10th, Good Shepherd Services hosted the indigenous dancers from the Cetiliztli Nauhcampa Danza Group in celebration of “Indigenous People’s Day” at their McLaughlin East Harlem residence. Continue Reading →

Another Lawsuit Against Harlem Landlord Scharfman Organization Gets Green Light

Residents of a row of East Harlem apartment buildings can proceed with a class-action lawsuit accusing their landlord of charging them illegally high rents, a state court ruled this week. Continue Reading →

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