Tuesday, June 7, 2011

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Harlem - News June 7, 2011

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Worried About Cars Killing People? Eric Ulrich Says "Get a Life" (Streetsblog)
Re-posted from Brooklyn Spoke . On June 2, New York City Council Member Eric Ulrich, the same guy who had the bright idea to introduce a new licensing system for bicyclists , tweeted his own " random observ " about bike lanes: Interestingly, this tweet no longer shows up in his history.A He may have felt the need to delete it after this tragic ...

City College Launches New Professional Theater Company
City College Launches New Professional Theater Company (NewsBlaze)
The City College of New York and its Department of Theatre and Speech are launching the New Haarlem Arts Theatre , a new professional theater company in residence at Aaron Davis Hall, which will produce its first season in the summer of 2011.

Anthony Weiner's Survival Chances Deemed Slim By Insiders, Experts (The Huffington Post)
It was only fitting that the circus surrounding Rep. Anthony Weiner's admission on Monday that he had, in fact, sent lewd messages to random females over Twitter ended with a lewd question referencing a wiener.


The Changing City at the Sweep of Your Mouse: Block by Block Demographic Changes Mapped Across NYC (Directions Magazine)
The Center for Urban Research at the CUNY Graduate Center today unveiled interactive maps showing block by block demographic changes in the last decade across New York City.

Plaxico Burress Freed From Prison
Plaxico Burress Freed From Prison (DNAInfo)
Ex-Giant wide receiver Plaxico Burress walked free from an upstate prison Monday morning after serving 20 months of a two year sentence for gun possession.

NAACP joins unlikely N.Y. Fight (Monterey County Herald)
It's clear why the teachers union in New York has gone to court to stop the city's planned shutdown of failing schools and to block charter schools from using the public space.

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