I realized that while I enjoyed and respected the critical eye journalism afforded, I liked being a reporter because interviewing led to truly meaningful conversations and relationships.
Those opposing 125th Street rezoning have a new advocate. But even with civil rights attorney Norman Siegel at the helm, the Harlem-based Voice of the Everyday People still faces an uphill battle.
The bins of cheaply-priced odds and ends lining the sidewalk outside Broadway’s Academy Hardware tell the same story as the huge boldface signs hanging above them.
Council member Inez Dickens, D-Harlem and Morningside Heights, was fined $2,657 Thursday when the Campaign Finance Board found she had committed fundraising and spending indiscretions during her 2005 campaign.
As tenants begin to move in to the new Extell Development Corporation high rise towers between 100th and 99th streets on Broadway, the realtors hired to fill the storefronts have also begun publicizing their search for tenants.
Otto Leuschel, the bespectacled and casually dressed representative for Whole Foods Market, was sweating under the harsh florescent lights of the cafeteria at P.S. 163 on Amsterdam Avenue and 97th Street one evening early this summer.
Politicians from near and far have had more than a week to cool down after voicing their opinions on Columbia’s invitation to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to speak at this year’s World Leaders Forum, but some of them still hold on to—or have acted on—their pre-speech words.
Construction at Columbus Avenue between 97th and 100th Streets continues to rattle windows and ruffle its neighbors’ feathers this week after city inspectors lifted an order that stopped some of the work in late July when a retaining wall at the site collapsed.
Neighborhood groups are only three weeks away from final passage of a resolution two years in the making that would restrict how tall new buildings can climb on the Upper West Side.
A proposal to rezone the Upper West Side is one step closer to changing the rules that tell developers how tall they can build from 97th to 110th streets.
May 17, 11:47pm
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