Thursday, June 16, 2011

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Harlem - News June 16, 2011

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Culture, challenge in 'Ragtime'
Culture, challenge in 'Ragtime' (Delawareonline)
Cast members, representing the three racial and ethnic groups portrayed in "Ragtime," traveled to the New York area for costumed photographs on location.

Riverside Theatre's 13th Annual NY Family Arts Festival (Harlem World)
The Riverside Theatre is presenting its 13th Annual New York Family Arts Festival, a festival of interactive multicultural weekend activities for families to enjoy from Saturday, June 11 - Sunday, June 26 at the Theatre, 91 Claremont Ave.

Equality in the Empire State (The Atlantic)
He is the author of the memoir The Beautiful Struggle . More Born in 1975, the product of two beautiful parents.


'Resilient' student who survived cancer, mother's death from AIDS &...
'Resilient' student who survived cancer, mother's death from AIDS &... (NY Daily News)
Cedric Walton, 18, has shared a one room apartment in a homeless shelter with his grandmother, Carolyn Gray, since he was two-years-old. Richard Harbus for News Watson with adviser Jeannine Brown and principal Gregory Hodge.

Gov. Cuomo Unveils Bill to Legalize Gay Marriage (DNAInfo)
While questions remain over whether he can secure enough votes to pass the bill, Cuomo's Marriage Equality Act would permit all couples to marry in New York, regardless of their sex.

Judge: Bus Crash Driver Remains In Jail (MyFoxNY)
A juror on a Queens rape case who caused a mistrial when he texted a friend about the deliberations became Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani held meetings with two Republican Parking Spot Blocks Crosswalk Is it a parking spot or a crosswalk? That's the mystery on Coney Island.

City Seeks New Profitable Ideas for Seaport's Pier 15
City Seeks New Profitable Ideas for Seaport's Pier 15 (DNAInfo)
The city is looking for new moneymaking ideas for Pier 15, after rejecting previous proposals for not generating enough of a profit.

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