A Harlem resident, indentified as Dr. Craig Spencer, has tested positive for the Ebola virus. The doctor had recently returned to New York City from Guinea on Fri., Oct. 17th, where he worked for Doctors without Borders. Reports state that Spencer exhibited no symptoms of the Ebola virus until Thursday morning, when he developed...Read More »
The poor never had it so rich. Step inside An Beal Bocht Café and you might well start to see green. While other eateries or pubs opt for flat-screen television screens, the walls here are filled with framed posters of notable writers...Read More »
Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez has $1 Million in discretionary funds to spend on capital improvement projects within the district and he is going directly to the people to find out how to spend it. The participatory budgeting process kicked off on October 14th at the Inwood Library...Read More »
The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum will be hosting their annual Fall Festival this Sun., Oct. 19th from 11 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. The Farmhouse, located on the corner of 204th Street and Broadway, will offer guests a number of exciting free events. Guests will be allowed to tour the 230 year old house...Read More »
Eran cincuenta en la Quinta. Miles de neoyorquinos se alinearon a lo largo de la Quinta Avenida el pasado domingo 12 de octubre para conmemorar el aniversario 50 del Desfile del Día de la Herencia Hispana..