On February 22, 2018, The East 125th Street Development Task Force solicited proposals (Initial Solicitation) from legal experts to assist the East 125th Street Development Task Force with legal services related to the establishment and implementation of the East Harlem Local Investment Fund (LIF). Continue Reading →
What is going on with Rite Aid, first it was now Walgreens back in 1917, now it’s Albertson. With a number of stores in Harlem Rite Aid, Super Market News reports that Albertson Cos. and Rite Aid Corp. announced a definitive merger agreement today that will unite the companies into a new publicly traded entity with $83 billion in annual sales. Continue Reading →
Today, Rep. Adriano Espaillat addressed the need for better policies in response to the growing influx of new driving services, rideshare applications and challenges facing New York City taxi drivers with the current licensing and regulation structure of the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC). Continue Reading →
We love writing about President Obama since he lived and worked in Harlem while attending Columbia University in West Harlem. Anyway, Essence writes that David Letterman is coming back to TV and he has tapped former President Obama to be his first guest.
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Legendary actress Pam Grier will host an evening of action-oriented, women-kicking-butt movies on Bounce Saturday, January 6th, 2018, in anticipation of the new motion picture Proud Mary, starring Taraji P. Henson. Continue Reading →
One of the most common lines that people love to use: “I wish I had more time.” Maybe it’s more time to spend with family or friends; more time to exercise and eat healthy; or more time to go back to school. Continue Reading →
Brittany Hunter lives inside the Harlem River Houses and says there are so many problems in her building — and they start at the front door. Continue Reading →