Saturday, November 12, 2011

Harlem - News

Harlem - News November 12, 2011

86th Street Corridor Sees Retail Revival (GlobeSt)
After the downturn, vacant storefronts and shuttered stores lined the blocks of one of Manhattan's most unlikely neighborhoods--the Upper East Side.

New York Nun Sues Over Sister Act (ContactMusic)
Disney bosses have been hit with a lawsuit from a New York nun, who alleges her autobiography was the inspiration for the Sister Act movie and musical.


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United States history museums struggle to update exhibits (Art Daily)
Visitors tour Fort William Henry in Lake George, N.Y. In an effort to boost the number of visitors, the fort's corporate owners are looking for new ways to update their old exhibits amid a time of economic uncertainty and declining support for museums in general and history museums in particular.

NY nun sues over 'Sister Act' (The London Free Press)
The cast of 'Sister Act' perform during the American Theatre Wing's 65th annual Tony Awards ceremony in New York, June 12, 2011.

An African Chief in Cabby's Clothing (Yellow Cab NYC)
BEFORE dawn, when most New Yorkers are fast asleep, Isaac and Elizabeth Osei have already been working for hours.

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