J. Max Bond Jr., (Aka Max Bond), 1935 – February 18, 2009, was one of New York’s most influential architects.
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The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP)—formerly Consumer Affairs (DCA)—today announced that new rules to protect consumers from Harlem To Hollis when they use a bail bond agent go Continue Reading →
The Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today announced charges against bail bond agent Marvin Morgan, and several insurance and management companies for engaging in deceptive and unlawful Continue Reading →
On Monday, October 30, 2017, The Studio Museum in Harlem welcomed close to 800 artists, cultural leaders, civic leaders, business leaders and philanthropists to its annual Gala, which this year Continue Reading →
The Studio Museum in Harlem today announced that it will construct a new home on Manhattan’s West 125th Street, replacing its current facility with a structure designed expressly for its Continue Reading →
On June 19, 1865, Logan Stroud, one of the largest slave-owners in east Texas, walked to the front porch of his plantation home, which he called Pleasant Retreat.
Today, the Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ) at John Jay College, with support from Arnold Ventures, released new research on Desk Appearance Tickets (DATs) for New York State in 2018.
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