Monday, July 25, 2011

Harlem - News

Harlem - News July 25, 2011

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Richardson: City inks $75 million Harlem affordable home deal
Richardson: City inks $75 million Harlem affordable home deal (NY Daily News)
The facade of 2730 Frederick Douglass Blvd. In Harlem, one of 14 Harlem buildings that will be kept affordable for moderate income families for the next 30 years under a deal with the city.

First couples Marry in New York (DNAInfo)
Phyllis Siegel, 77, emerged from the City Clerk's office, her arms outstretched in jubilation.

Home mortgages elude the self-employed (CrainsNewYork)
When Brian White, a self-employed theater production manager, tried to obtain a bank mortgage for a co-op apartment in Harlem, he found the task shockingly insurmountable.


Tattoos in Manhattan
Tattoos in Manhattan (DNAInfo)
Body art is meant to be seen, and summer is the time it gets uncovered. As temperatures soar, New Yorkers' stripped-down wardrobes expose limbs and torsos adorned with tattoos showing imagination, great personal meaning - and even the results of some regrettable impulsiveness.

From Harlem to Hollis, Couples wed on 1st day gay marriage (Harlem World)
Buoyant gay couples cheered by supporters began marrying Sunday across New York on the landmark day it became the sixth and largest state to recognize same-sex weddings.

Hydrant Warning (DNAInfo)
City officials are warning New Yorkers trying to stay cool during the brutal heat wave not to open fire hydrants illegally .

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