Friday, April 1, 2011

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Harlem - News April 1, 2011

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BL!NK: Geoffrey Holder is so much more than the 'un-cola' guy (SouthCoastToday)
Geoffrey Holder, 80, is probably best known as an actor, but the 6-foot-6-inch native of Trinidad began his career as a dancer.

Bringing a bit of Havana to the Bronx (NY Daily News)
A SPECIAL celebration of Cuban arts and culture comes to the Bronx Museum of the Arts tomorrow.

Rapper Jim Jones Busted for Driving With Suspended License (NBC New York)
Cops pulled him over for cruising in a SoHo bus lane. Thursday, Mar 31, 2011 Updated 10:00 AM EDT Getty Images Rapper Jim Jones Cops busted rapper Jim Jones for driving with a suspended license in SoHo on Wednesday, officials said.


New York, New York (Not Even Wrong)
Another topic I hope to write about extensively is that of New York City, including discussing the wide range of cultural events going on, as well as the amazing restaurants.

A Nourishing NYC Earth Daya In Harlem (Harlem World)
Nourishing NYC Earth Day will be celebrated on Saturday, April 23th, at 12 PM at Carver Community Garden on 124th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues in Harlem as well as in smaller gardens around the Bronx and Manhattan.

The Studio Museum in Harlem Opens Spring Exhibitions with Stephen Burks: Man Made (Art Daily)
Stephen Burks, Basket Pendant Lamps, 2010. Photo: Daniel Hakansson for Readymade Projects.

High Line to Kick Off Summer Hours on Friday
High Line to Kick Off Summer Hours on Friday (DNAInfo)
Temperatures may still be chilly, but in at least one more sign of spring, the High Line will kick off its extended seasonal hours Friday.

NYPD Cuts Could Take City Back to the Bad Old Days of 1990 (DNAInfo)
Inflection point: a point where the curve changes from being upwards to downward , or vice versa.

A.M. News Links: N.J. Gov. Chris Christie, despite 'not running' for... (SILive)
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie has sprung onto the national scene of potential GOP presidential contenders.

Military Celebrates Women Who Served, from World War II to the Present
Military Celebrates Women Who Served, from World War II to the Present (DNAInfo)
Olivia Hooker leaned on a cane Wednesday morning and beamed out at a crowd of men and women in military uniforms, sitting side by side.

Campers Get Rare Chance to Pitch a Tent in Central Park (DNAInfo)
Central Park may be called home by 25 people , according to the 2010 census, but legally speaking, there are only a handful of nights a year New Yorkers are allowed to sleep in the park.

Japan's Radiation Arrives in New York, Should We Worry? (DNAInfo)
I followed the news of the Japanese earthquake and its aftermath with horror for those who lived near the quake and the damaged nuclear power plants.

Trace Amounts of Radiation from Japan Found in New York
Trace Amounts of Radiation from Japan Found in New York (DNAInfo)
Trace amounts of radiation from the damaged nuclear power plant in Japan were found in New York State, according to the New York State Department of Health .

Albany Passes Historic On-Time Budget Amid Protests (DNAInfo)
The state legislature voted to pass an on-time budget in the early morning hours Thursday, overshadowing the opposition of hundreds of protesters whose voices could be heard ringing through the State Capitol's halls.


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