Monday, April 25, 2011

Harlem - News

 April 25, 2011


Big Apple pedal pushers (New York Post)
If you have to ask, you can't afford it. Yes, but at the gas station? Despite the price of fuel, the New York Auto Show goes on, so it's time to see what the car mags say.

Crumbling City Buildings Racked Up Hundreds of Violations - Report (DNAInfo)
Hey New York, you might want to get your house in order - while it's still standing.

Easter Brings Outrageous Parade Hats to Fifth Avenue
Easter Brings Outrageous Parade Hats to Fifth Avenue (DNAInfo)
New Yorkers celebrated the return of sunny spring weather Sunday with the time-honored Easter Parade down Fifth Avenue.


Wilton's newest police officer embarks on training (The Wilton Bulletin)
Meet Wilton's newest police officer: Edward Dolenk, 25, of Wappingers Falls, N.Y., trained in environmental protection enforcement in New York City, nephew and grandson of New York Police Department veterans, son of an FDNY firefighter, and shoo-in candidate - if he wants it - for a Derek Jeter look-alike contest.

2nd Avenue subway construction buries local small businesses (New York Business)
When the whistle blows, Dave Goodside knows he has just 15 minutes. He passes out free shots of Beach Blast to anyone at the Beach Cafe, his restaurant on Second Avenue and East 70th Street.



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