Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Harlem Mom Loses Sons To Guns, Becomes Anti-Violence Crusader

Harlem Mom Loses Sons To Guns, Becomes Anti-Violence Crusader

This Black History Month, we honor the GAME CHANGERS: Everyday heroes whose actions make life better for the people around them. SEE ALL OUR GAME CHANGERS HERE

Jackie Rowe-Adams

Place of Residence: New York, N.Y.

Why she is a local hero: Rowe-Adams co-founded  Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E. with Jean Corbett-Covington.

When Rowe-Adams tells a group of parents gathered at the headquarters for Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E. (a counseling center for parents who have lost their children to violent deaths) that she understands their pain, it’s coming from the heart.

Rowe-Adams lost two of her sons to horrible acts of gun violence. Her 17-year-old son was killed in 1981, when two men murdered him for supposedly staring them down. A second 28-year-old son was murdered in 1998 in Baltimore, when a 13-year-old robbed him outside of his apartment.

“It still hurts sometimes,” said Rowe-Adams. “But I knew I had to do something about it.”

Today, Rowe-Adams spends her time trying to get help for families of murdered children. She makes sure they get grief counseling and financial help, and she also works to stop gun violence. Her group is trying to locate the ports where the guns are coming in to Harlem and is pushing for tougher gun laws. She’s also educating parents on ways to keep their kids from carrying and firing guns.

Her well-known expression: “If you see something, say something.”

“You need to tell it,” continues Rowe-Adams. “You need to pay attention to where these guns are hidden. They are in the buildings, they are in the bodegas. They all around you. Check your kids bag look under the mattress. You, the parents have the kids in your hand. This is your community, take charge of your community. Stop smoking weed with your kids, Rowe-Adams said this summer after a nationally ranked girls high school basketball star was murdered in Harlem.”

Rowe-Adams said she is concerned about the level of violence she is seeing from kids today.

“What I’m seeing is kids shooting just to shoot,” Rowe-Adams said. “They want a reputation. They want to put it on Facebook. They want to laugh at something that is not funny.”

After years of advocating, Rowe-Adams and Corbett-Covington were able to receive a permanent rent-free headquarters in Harlem with the help of local politicians.  They are in the process of expanding their programming with an aim toward being proactive.

Now they are working on concrete plans to assist parents who find that a child is hiding a gun in their home, for example. A parent could make an anonymous call and have a lawyer and law enforcement officer come out and retrieve the illegal weapon. The child could get counseling.

“Some of the parents are scared of their kids because they talk back to them,” says Rowe-Adams. “And then you have young mothers trying to be friends with their children. Finally, you have grandparents taking care of kids after they’ve already raised a family and they don’t have the energy. They think the kids are in their room and they are outside. They say they are at John’s house, but you don’t know who John is or who his parents are. If you are scared of your child or need help, tell somebody. Let somebody help you.”

Harlem Mom Loses Sons To Guns, Becomes Anti-Violence Crusader
Jeff Mays
Tue, 31 Jan 2012 21:35:09 GMT

Fw: PR: NYC Photographer Highlights Black Women's Beauty

January 31, 2012

Paul Phillips
(917) 312-2511


One of many photos to be featured in the project

New York, NY (BlackNews.com) -- Professional photographer Paul Phillips plans to provide artistic proof of the beauty in African American women with his "Beauty in Black" project recently launched on Kickstarter.com. The idea was inspired by a disturbing blog post in 2010 written by evolutionary psychologist, Satoshi Kanazawa who argued that black women are less physically attractive than other women. The post created a firestorm of angry comments across the web and was quickly removed from the website.

The "Beauty in Black" project will be a coffee table book filled with 30 to 40 high quality black & white and color photographs celebrating the beauty and spirit of black women. Phillips explains, "As a black man who is married to a beautiful black woman, I didn't get mad I got busy. I am creating a photo essay that will portray the beauty of African American women of all shades, shapes and sizes." The call for "models" will go out by word of mouth, over the internet, and in the media. The themes will deal with the hair, skin tone and body images of black women and girls from all walks of life from the celebrity to the everyday.

Kickstarter.com is the world's largest online funding platform for creative projects. Phillips explains why he created the project on kickstarter.com, "As a professional photographer, I own all of the equipment to create the book. I plan to photograph women from all over the country. In addition to raising funds for travel and printing, I plan to hire makeup artists and wardrobe stylists to work with my models." He plans to finish the book this year and publish by March 2013.

To learn more about "Beauty in Black", watch the video, and/or make a donation, visit his KickStarter page at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1657641638/beauty-in-black. Each project is required to offer rewards for donations and must reach the stated funding goal before time runs out or no money changes hands. Donations start as low as $5 and rewards includes items such as a screen saver, a set of note cards, and a desk calendar featuring images from the collection.

Although Kanazawa's post was removed from the website, screen shots of excerpts appeared in the Huffington Post "Style" section: "What accounts for the markedly lower average level of physical attractiveness among black women? Black women are on average much heavier than nonblack women. [...] However, this is not the reason black women are less physically attractive than nonblack women."

About Paul Phillips
Paul Phillips' background is in broadcast production (WPIX-TV, NBA TV, CNN), video development and professional photography. He worked under the legendary photographer Irving Penn. Paul has his own distinctive style and created two best-selling photography calendars. He has appeared in myriad newspaper and magazine articles. Paul is a member of Harlem's 100 Black Men and lives in a beautiful brownstone on Harlem's Sugar Hill with his wife. He is currently in production for a new lifestyle website and television show about Harlem. Learn more at www.whatseatingharlem.com.


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African-American - News

African-American - News January 31, 2012


Charles Murray does it again
Charles Murray does it again (Salon)
People wait in line at the 2011 Maximum Connections Job and Career Fair Thursday, Sept.

Our History Makers: Martin Luther King Jr. (WDBZ-AM Cincinnati)
Northerners often depict the South as backwards and racist. During the Civil Rights Movement, the South gave the North plenty of reasons to feel superiors.

Black History Month: Shrines (KFMB-am)
The National Park Service maintains a number of historic sites associated with black history.

Black History (WBAY-TV Green Bay)
On the Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal Holiday, we celebrate the man who fought for the America he knew was possible.

Historic designation for Black school puts $23 million project in limbo (WLOX-TV Biloxi)
TV and WLOX.com - The News for South MississippiHistoric designation for Black school puts $23 million project in limbo The $23 million question is whether or not a former high school for African Americans is a historic building.

Producer Langmann holds Uggie the dog aloft in the photo room in Beverly Hills (WHTC)
Civil rights drama "The Help" got a leg up in the Oscar race on Sunday when the movie won three awards from the Screen Actors Guild, including best cast in a surprise over silent movie romance "The Artist." "The Help," which came into the show with four nominations, more than any other film, also earned its star Viola Davis the SAG award for best ... (more)


SCANDAL BOOSTS UNIONS' BID TO OPEN HOUSING CONTRACTS: The arrest of a New York City housing official has spurred a union-backed bill to require more disclosure of affordable housing contracts, over the concerns of the city housing commissioner: http://bit.ly/zwpFMn


* The state is considering selling its Shirley Chisolm State Office Building in Brooklyn because a private developer talked about buying it, but Sen. Velmanette Montgomery vows to fight the move, the Daily News says: http://nydn.us/zEY5ct

* Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration wants Gov. Andrew Cuomo to scrap the 2010 teacher evaluation law by putting new language in the state budget making it easier to fire bad teachers, the Wall Street Journal reports: http://on.wsj.com/zAhUUM

* Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver went along with what Cuomo wanted in his freshman year as governor, but the speaker is now staking out his own agenda as the budget cycle progresses, the Gannett Albany bureau writes: http://on.rocne.ws/w5F23f  

* The Port Authority will spend tens of millions of dollars to build a temporary loading dock for 1 World Trade Center because the permanent one won't be ready when tenants move in, the Post's Steve Cuozzo writes: http://nyp.st/wYTZrz

* City Council Speaker Christine Quinn will return a $4,950 donation made in 2007 by Suzanne Raffaelli, an actress and model who was a straw donor for convicted fraudster Norman Hsu, the Post says: http://nyp.st/xTHjsk

* Julian Schreibman stepped down as head of the Ulster County Democratic Committee to run for retiring Rep. Maurice Hinchey's seat, but acknowledged the seat could be redistricted out of existence, the Daily Freeman reports: http://bit.ly/A3K4Lm

Monday, January 30, 2012

Harlem - News

Harlem - News January 30, 2012

When New York was New Amsterdam; and other Dutch things (Examiner)
Ever watch the movie Gangs of New York ? It is about the different immigrants coming to the New World, preferably, the area of the Five Points in Lower Manhattan.

The National Conference of Artists Conference 2012 at the Schomburg in Harlem
The National Conference of Artists Conference 2012 at the Schomburg in Harlem (Harlem World)
The National Conference of Artists founded in 1959, is the oldest African American visual arts organization in the United States.

OVO's insects egg on the love bug in a most spectacular way (Examiner)
The bugs are busy in Cirque du Soleil 's "OVO" playing now through March 11th under the Big Top at the Santa Monica Pier.

Family Craft Friday


Date: February 10, 2012

Make traditional African games and learn how they are played with this event, co-presented with the Museum for African Art. Families only; no groups, please.

Start time: 3:00 pm

End time: 4:30 pm

Contact phone: 212-860-1370

Location: Charles A. Dana Discovery Center (in Central Park)

Family Craft Friday
Mon, 30 Jan 2012 05:00:04 GMT


DOES THE IDC HAVE A PAC PROBLEM?: The four-member Independent Democratic Conference has raised $224,000 for its PAC, but unlike the Democratic and Republican conferences, it may not be able to spend it freely for its members: http://bit.ly/yxrFT1


* Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's plan to raise the minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $8.50 emerged last night, with the Daily News saying Senate Republicans were noncommittal (http://nydn.us/zT8Inu ) while the Post said they would block it (http://nyp.St/x0hcRK).

* The New York Times notes how Gov. Andrew Cuomo's new Department of Financial Services is encroaching on Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's traditional turf: http://nyti.ms/wzjZFf

* Cuomo's budget seeks to overhaul 19th-century civil service rules to make it easier to hire and transfer state workers, which union leaders say would open the door to patronage abuses, the Wall Street Journal says: http://on.wsj.com/waE0fs  

* New York Republican leaders worry that a Newt Gingrich win over Mitt Romney in Florida's Republican presidential primary would hurt the party slate here, prompting talk of sending an uncommitted slate of delegates to the national convention, the Post's Fred Dicker writes: http://nyp.st/ACSRFB

* As MTA contract talks hit a stalemate, the Daily News finds a union flyer urging subway operators to enter stations "with extra care" as a potential slowdown (http://nydn.us/A0zgDR), while the Post finds an MTA email ordering supervisors to write up five workers each month for discipline (http://nyp.St/x5bbik).

* Mayor Michael Bloomberg is enamored of high tech, but New York City is seeking bids to replace 1,172 typewriters at agencies that still use the old machines for filling out forms, the Post says: http://nyp.st/A6VCzh

Winter Track & Field Clinic

Winter Track & Field Clinic

Date: February 9, 2012

Children ages 8 to 12 can learn the basic techniques of track & field events, and prepare to compete in organized competitions.

Start time: 5:00 pm

End time: 6:00 pm

Contact phone: (212) 234-9607

Location: Jackie Robinson Recreation Center (in Jackie Robinson Park)

Winter Track & Field Clinic
Mon, 30 Jan 2012 05:00:04 GMT

Viola Plummer 75th Birthday Party - Friday, February 17th


Vi @ 75
Come celebrate
Viola Plummer's
75th birthday
With dinner & dancing
Wearing your finest attire
Friday, Feb. 17, 2012 - 7 PM
Robert Ross Johnson
Family Life Center
172-17 Linden Blvd.
St. Albans (corner Linden Blvd. & Merrick Blvd.)
RSVP (718) 398-1766
Support Viola Plummers work
$75.00 donation to:
Renaissance Women - 394 Putnam Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11216

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Police Save Harlem Man From 7-Story Fall

Police Save Harlem Man From 7-Story Fall

Police Save Harlem Man From 7-Story Fall NYPD officers pulled a 200 lb Harlem man to safety after he attempted to jump out of a seventh-floor window. [ more › ]
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Police Save Harlem Man From 7-Story Fall
Christopher Robbins
Sat, 28 Jan 2012 23:00:30 GMT

Fw: Israeli Assassinations and American Presidents by Alison Weir

Israeli Assassinations and American Presidents by Alison Weir
By Alison Weir
On January 13th the Atlanta Jewish Times featured a column by its owner-publisher suggesting that Israel might someday need to "order a hit" on the president of the United States.
In the column, publisher Andrew Adler describes a scenario in which Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu would need to "give the go-ahead for U.S. based Mossad agents to take out a president deemed unfriendly to Israel."
The purpose? So that the vice president could then take office and dictate U.S. policies that would help the Jewish state "obliterate its enemies."
Adler writes that it is highly likely that the idea "has been discussed in Israel's most inner circles."
Numerous Jewish leaders quickly condemned Adler, who has now apologized for the column, resigned, and there are some reports that he plans to put the newspaper up for sale. An Israeli columnist noted that the hatred being stirred up against Obama is similar to conditions in Israel that led to the murder of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin by a Jewish extremist.
Many of those criticizing Adler claim that he had defamed Israel by suggesting that it would ever do such a thing. Abe Foxman, head of the Jewish Anti-Defamation League (ADL) proclaimed: "There is absolutely no excuse, no justification, no rationalization for this kind of rhetoric. It doesn't even belong in fiction."
In reality, however, Adler's expectation that Israel's inner circles have explored such a course of action, and would be willing to undertake it, may be entirely accurate. The fact is that Israel has killed and plotted to assassinate people throughout the world; a number have been Americans. One alleged plot was chillingly similar to Adler's suggestion.
Secret Service warned of Israeli assassination plans
There is evidence that in 1991 an Israeli undercover team planned to assassinate a U.S. President. The intended victim was George Herbert Walker Bush.
The first person to write of the plot was a former 11-term Republican Congressman from Illinois, Paul Findley. In a 1992 article in the Washington Report for Middle East Affairs, Findley described the alleged scheme and how it was revealed.
Findley writes that the U.S. Secret Service had received a warning that elements of Israel's spy agency might target Bush when he went to Madrid for the opening day of the peace conference to be held that year.
According to Findley, a former Mossad agent named Victor Ostrovsky who had written a book exposing Israel's spy agency told a group of Canadian parliamentarians that he had received secret intelligence suggesting that the "the Mossad's hatred of Bush – and support for Vice President Dan Quayle – might lead to an attempt on the president's life."
Israel considered Quayle much closer to Israel than Bush. Bush had particularly angered Israel by attempting to pressure Israel into ending its illegal settlement expansion on confiscated Palestinian land by withholding loan guarantees until Israel ended this practice.
Findley writes that Ostrovsky's statements were relayed to Findley's friend and former colleague Paul "Pete" McCloskey, a prominent former Republican Congressman from California who had recently been named by Bush to the National and Community Service Commission.
McCloskey, a decorated Marine veteran and graduate of Stanford law school who had at one time been considered a presidential contender, flew to Ottawa to debrief Ostrovsky in person and evaluate his information.
Findley reports that Ostrovsky told McCloskey that the Mossad wanted "to do everything possible to preserve a state of war between Israel and its neighbors, assassinating President Bush, if necessary." Ostrovsky said that a PR campaign was already underway in both Israel and the United States to "prepare public acceptance of Dan Quayle as president."
Convinced that Ostrovsky was legitimate and his information significant, McCloskey jumped on the next flight to Washington, where he reported Ostrovsky's intelligence to the Secret Service and State Department.
The apparent plot never went forward, perhaps because Ostrovsky and McCloskey had given it away.
Ostrovsky gave more details about the plot two years later in his 1994 book, "The Other Side of Deception: A Rogue Agent Exposes the Mossad's Secret Agenda," published by HarperCollins.
In the book Ostrovsky writes that an extremist group within Mossad was responsible for the plan. He says they kept the plan secret from then Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, though they believed that Shamir would have ordered such a hit himself if he hadn't been constrained by politics. In the lead-up to Israel's 1948 founding war, Shamir had headed up a terrorist group known for its assassinations.
In his review of Ostrovsky's book, Ambassador Andrew Killgore, a retired career foreign service officer and publisher of the Washington Report, called the book an "insider's probing exposé of some Middle East realities that have been hidden too long from all but Israeli eyes."
Ostrovsky writes that the Israelis planned a "false flag" operation in which they would pin the assassination on Palestinians. They kidnapped three Palestinian militants from Beirut who were to be the scapegoats, took them to Israel's Negev desert, and held them incommunicado.
"Meanwhile," Killgore writes, "Mossad-generated threats on the president's life, seemingly from Palestinians, were leaked. These were designed to throw suspicion on the organization of rogue Palestinian terrorist Abu Nidal. Names and descriptions of the three terrorists were leaked to Spanish police so that, if the plot was successful, blame would automatically fall on them."
Ostrovsky reports that after the assassination plot was eventually cancelled, the three Palestinian prisoners were "terminated."
Targeting Americans
If the plot had gone forward, this would not have been the first time that Israel targeted Americans for death. Nor would it be the first false flag operation.
          - In 1954 the Mossad planned to firebomb American installations, libraries, and other gathering places in Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood was to be blamed for the attacks, thus causing American animosity toward Egypt. An accidental early detonation of one of the devices caused the plot, known as the Lavon Affair, to unravel before it could kill or mutilate the intended Americans.
          - In 1967 Israeli air and sea forces perpetrated an almost two-hour assault in which they tried to sink a US Navy ship with a crew of 294. While the attack failed to sink the ship, it succeeded in killing 34 Americans and injuring 174. Some analysts have conjectured that this was also a false-flag operation; it is highly likely that Egypt would have been blamed for the attack if the ship had gone down.
          - In 1973 Israeli fighter pilots were ordered to shoot down an unarmed U.S. reconnaissance plane (at the time the U.S. was delivering massive weaponry to Israel to prevent it from losing the "Yom Kippur" war with Egypt and Syria). While the Israelis were unable to reach the altitude of the U.S. plane, they did manage that same year to shoot down a civilian Libyan airliner that had strayed over Israeli territory, killing 104 men, women, and children. One was an American.
          - In 1990 a Canadian-American scientist and father of seven, Gerald Bull, was assassinated in Belgium. All indications are that it was an Israeli Mossad hit team that drilled five bullets into the back of his head and neck. (Israel has assassinated a number of scientists of various nationalities. The most recent is a 32-year-old Iranian father with a young son.)
          - In 2003 it came out that Israeli leaders had officially decided to undertake assassination operations on U.S. soil. An FBI spokesman, queried about the Israeli plans, said only: "This is a policy matter. We only enforce federal laws."
          - In recent years a growing number of American peace activists have been intentionally killed, maimed, and injured by Israeli forces, including 23-year-old Rachel Corrie, 21-year-old Brian Avery, 37-year-old Tristan Anderson, 21-year-old Emily Henoschowitz, and 21-year-old Furkan Dogan.
All of this has been minimally reported in the U.S. press. While major news media from England to Israel to Australia covered the Jewish Times' apparent endorsement of a possible Israeli assassination of a U.S. President, the scandal has been largely missing from U.S. media. Even Atlanta's AP bureau inexplicably initially decided not to write a report on it, only finally sending out a story many days later.
Such news omissions concerning Israeli partisans are not rare. In 2004 a fanatic Israel loyalist wrote a letter saying that he was going to burn down Presbyterian churches while worshippers were inside (he was furious at the Presbyterian Church's decision to divest from companies profiting from the illegal Israeli occupation of Palestinian land). This grisly threat also received minimal media play.
Despite Israeli violence against Americans (even while American taxpayers have given Israel far more of our tax money than to any other nation) American presidential candidates, with the exception of Ron Paul, continue to vie over who is most devoted to Israel.
It is ironic that Adler considers Obama so bad for Israel, given that Israeli analysts have rated him second only to Mitt Romney in his fidelity to Israel. And Obama has now released a seven-minute video that may catapult our first African-American president into first place in pandering to an apartheid nation.
But perhaps he'll be safe from assassins.
[This article was originally published by Antiwar.com, Jan. 25, 2012.]
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Abunimah, Ali. "In Scandalous New Campaign Video, Obama Takes Israel Pandering to Dangerous Levels." Electonic Intifada Blog. 21 Jan. 2012. Web. <http://electronicintifada.net/blogs/ali-abunimah/scandalous-new-campaign-video-obama-takes-israel-pandering-dangerous-levels>
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Side-Eye Post of the Day: French Elle Under Fire For Claiming The...
Side-Eye Post of the Day: French Elle Under Fire For Claiming The... (Booker Rising)
And rightfully so, for those asinine remarks, since she ignores the black stylish fashions prior to hip hop's rise .

Pouncy tells tales of time in 'Red Tails' (Douglas County Sentinel)
Haisten Willis / Douglas County Sentinel While the movie 'Red Tails' characterizes the men who were part of the legendery Tuskegee Airmen, Austell's Dr.

NAACP leader says country's eyes are on NC (WCNC-TV Charlotte)
The largest annual gathering of left-leaning and civil rights groups in North Carolina will have as one of its main goals the opposition to a proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage, organizers said Saturday.

Rep. Barney Frank mourns ex-Boston Mayor White (The Kansas City Star)
Retiring U.S. Rep. Barney Frank says former Mayor Kevin White was a political pioneer who opened up the Boston political system to African-Americans, women and gays, and pushed Frank to abandon plans to pursue an academic career and get into politics.White died Friday at his Boston home.

'The Snowy Day': Breaking Color Barriers, Quietly (National Public Radio)
One morning many years ago, a little boy in Brooklyn named Peter woke up to an amazing sight: fresh snow.

Jan Brewer tarmac tiff touches nerve in black community, some commentators say [for dissing Zero] (Free Republic)
Reaction to the Jan Brewer encounter is still bubbling, with some black commentators now suggesting the image of the Arizona governor wagging her finger at the President of the United States has touched a nerve in the African American community.

Kent State Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.
Kent State Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. (Patch)
The Kent Student Center was a hub of activity Thursday afternoon as Kent State University held its 10th Annual Martin Luther King Jr.

Harlem Fine Art Show

Harlem Fine Art Show

Posted: 29 Jan 2012 12:30 AM PST

Some of the world's most celebrated African-American artists and the prominent galleries that specialize in Afro-centric works will exhibit their work at the 3rd Annual Harlem Fine Art Show, Feb. 11 and 12, 2012. Destined to become a highlight of Manhattan's annual Black History Month celebrations, the event will be held at Harlem's historic Riverside [...]

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Jazz Tour

Jazz Tour

Learn about the city’s 100-year-old jazz scene from a woman passionately engaged in its evolution since the late '50s.
Event Date & Time: 01/29/2012 06:00 PM
Location: Meet at 515 Malcolm X Boulevard

Jazz Tour
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Friday, January 27, 2012

The Loving Story

"The Loving Story: Photographs by Grey Villet" portrays the Lovings, a Virginia couple at the center of a storm about interracial marriage, as accidental heroes.


WINNERS AND LOSERS: It's nice when the state publishes maps to help figure out this week's winners and losers. But redistricting wasn't the only news—just ask NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly: http://bit.ly/zyRX1x

REDISTRICTING PLAN SHORTCHANGES CITY VOTERS: The proposed Senate districts unveiled yesterday systematically under-represent New York City voters and over-represent upstate voters: http://bit.ly/AB0FLH


* Redistricting maps protect Senate Republicans' stronghold in Long Island by breaking up Hispanic neighborhoods in Suffolk County and African-American ones in Nassau, the Wall Street Journal reports: http://on.wsj.com/AcPDh9

* A venerable law firm, Chadbourne & Parke, is close to signing a deal to relocate to 1 World Trade Center, joining Condé Nast Publications as another prime tenant in the new building, the New York Times reports: http://nyti.ms/ylmKsr

* Mayor Michael Bloomberg and a key union leader said the investigation into city Comptroller John Liu's fundraising complicates the effort to revamp the city's pension boards, the Wall Street Journal says: http://on.wsj.com/A3Dir3

* A struggling public school in SoHo is likely to lose federal grant money that was helping it improve, since the Bloomberg administration assumed it was improving on its own, the Times reports: http://nyti.ms/x5BBpE

* In an attempt to get his party on the ballot for the upcoming presidential race in November, Rent Is Too Damn High Party leader Jimmy McMillan wants a recount of the 2010 gubernatorial election, the Daily News notes: http://nydn.us/zbSrdL

* Sources say the Manhattan District Attorney's Office doubts it can prove the rape case against local TV anchor Greg Kelly, in part because of the lag between the alleged attack and the reporting of it, the Post reports: http://nyp.st/wj4ii7