As Congestion Pricing Looms, Electeds Rethink Uptown Parking

With the congestion pricing set to take effect in 2021 Upper Manhattan politicians are mobilizing to form a plan to reform parking regulations in order to prioritize on-street parking. Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: The 50th Harlem African American Parade 2019 (Photographs)

By Rudy Collins

On Saturday, September 14th, 2019, The 50th Harlem African American parade was filled with pride, residents, marching bands and politicians. Continue Reading →

African American Day Parade Pre-Reception And Registration 2019 In Harlem

Today, in Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer newsletter stated that the 50th anniversary of the African American Day Parade and this year’s theme is “Integrity and Transparency = Good Government.” Continue Reading →

Uptown Rep Rodriquez, Other Electeds And Riders Respond As Transit Tour Wraps Up

Today, Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, Chair of the Transportation Committee, Speaker Corey Johnson, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, Continue Reading →

Madison Square Boys & Girls Club Cuts Ribbon On New Club House In Harlem

On Thursday, June 6th, Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, a youth development organization that provides after-school, Saturday and summer youth development programming. Continue Reading →

Amtrak Angers Residents After Blocking Views In The Hieghts, Spraying Chemicals

Upper Manhattan residents held a rally Wednesday night to call out the transit company Amtrak for its poor treatment of uptown neighborhoods. Continue Reading →

Brewer Says Access To Subway For Disabled And Senior Riders Has A Long Way To Go

Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer released a report on subway station accessibility from Harlem to Houston last month showing that the MTA has a long way to go in accommodating disabled and senior riders. Continue Reading →

Sign Up for the Harlem World Newsletter