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Popular Riverside Park Bike Path

Upper West Side - 

With short notice, the New York City Parks Department recently announced

it is shutting down a section of the heavily busy path in Riverside Park on

the Upper West Side.

The Cherry Walk path will be closed off between West 100th and West 125th

streets, starting Monday, until further notice. However

Harlem Students Continue Opting Out of In-Person Classes

HARLEM, NY 

The number of Harlem public schools students opting out of the city's in-person

learning plan continues to grow, rising above 40 percent and approaching

50 percent in parts of the neighborhood.

According to the latest data released Monday by the Department of Education,

41 percent of students in District 5, which covers mos

Miss Harlem Shake 2020

Not even a worldwide pandemic can stop arlem from shining. On Sunday Aug.23.

Harlem Shake adorned Miss Harlem Shake 2020. Congratulations to

Kay Angrum!

Born and raised in Harlem, Kay Angrum, is a reporter, producer and host of

"Listen Up" a daily news show on NBC 4 New York, Kay earned a B.A. in

broadcast

Harlem Board Seeks Neighbors' Input On Fate of Historic Theater

HARLEM, NY - A West Harlem community board is asking the public to 

weigh in about what should be done with a historic but decaying old movie

palace that two competing developers want to remake into an affordable housing

comple warehouse,x.

The 1,857v-seat RKO Hamilton Theater on Broadway and 146th Street 

showed its last movie

Harlem gets New Coronavirus Testing Site

by Nick Garber

Harlem - NY

The city is expanding its rapid coronavirus testing progtram to nine new

sites, including one in Central Harlem, officials announced Tuesday.

The Harlem site is at 2238 5th Avenue, inside the Central Harlem Department

of Health building,=. Testing is free, and by appointent only, with signups 

available online.

Result are available

Work Underway On Bike Lane Between Marcus Garvey, Central Park

By Nick Garber

The Long -planned, two-way bike lane along Fifth Avenue between 110th

and 120th streets in Harlem is now being built, the city said Tuesday.

Harlem-NY Work was underway Tuesday on a new, two-way bike lane 

connecting Central Park with Marcus Garvey Park along Fifth Avenue, the

Department of Transportation announced on Twitter.

The

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