Sunday, April 10, 2011

Harlem - News

Harlem - News April 10, 2011


Readers Weigh In on Metro-North Issues (Patch)
An article last weekend about Metro-North train delays during rush hour sparked a lively discussion among readers, some of whom shared their own Metro-North horror stories, while others defended the transit system.

John Farr: Sidney Lumet: First Among Directors (The Huffington Post)
We have lost another legend today. Sidney Lumet, one of the finest and most prolific film directors of our time, is dead at 86.

Remembering Sidney Lumet and the end of an era of New York filmmaking
Remembering Sidney Lumet and the end of an era of New York filmmaking (NY Daily News)
Director Sidney Lumet died at the age of 86 on Saturday. The passing of Sidney Lumet Saturday at age 86 ends an era of New York filmmaking.


Setting our sights on New York (Ottawa Citizen)
My teenaged daughter and I left our west-end Ottawa home about 7: 30 a.m. One recent Sunday morning.

New Sidewalk Cafes Coming to Central Harlem (DNAInfo)
It's spring in Harlem and in addition to the flowers, sidewalk cafes are also in bloom.

The Coalition of Theatres of Color Honors Gertrude Hadley Jeannette... (Press Release News From 24-7 Press Re...)
Gertrude Hadley Jeannette, the First Woman to be a Licensed Taxicab Driver in New York City, is Saluted by Friend Oscar Nominee Ruby Dee and Presented a Proclamation by the Office of Harlem Congressman Charles Rangel RED BANK, NK, pril 09, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Coalition of Theatres of Color honored contemporary Black theater pioneer ...

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