January 22, 2016
Nicole Gibbons, an African-American interior designer and TV personality, is the interior designer for Enclave at the Cathedral, the new 15-story, 430-unit rental complex in Harlem, N.Y.
Gibbons, who is based in Harlem, will be providing the furnishing and designing the...
October 29, 2014
Two brothers who recently immigrated to the Bronx from Senegal, West Africa allegedly were beaten and badly injured by several students who called them “Ebola” in school, an advocacy group reported.
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Harlem is TECH-nically the city's next Silicon Valley, 23 companies call the Manhattanville Factory District home.
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Why I won’t vote for de Blasio: Talk but too little action for minority businesses
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Coffee roasters relocate to Harlem's new factory district
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Cross-Bayou development attracts federal, state, local support
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For Cuomo and Nixon, a Rush to Secure Black Votes Early
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A SLAM DUNK FOR SCIENCE: EXHIBIT USES BASKETBALL TO TEACH PHYSICS AND MATH
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To Try to Save Client’s Life, a Lawyer Ignored His Wishes. Can He Do That?
January 16, 2018
Thorobird Wins $65M in Public Bonds for Bronx Supportive Housing Plan
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How To Improve Diversity in NYC Public Schools
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