Harlem Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. New York City Opera Will Include Hal Prince's Candide and Angels in America in 2016-17 SeasonRead the original story

    Tuesday May 24 | BroadwayWorld.com

    New York City Opera General Director Michael Capasso today announced the 2016-17 season of City Opera, a full season of new productions, concerts, and presentations for the "people's opera." New York City Opera will offer five operas at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Rose Theater; two chamber operas, including a Spanish baroque work at Harlem Stage as part of its Opera en Espanol series, and New York City Opera Concerts at The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

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  2. Metro-North Let Commuters Down After Fire, Schumer SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | The Greenburgh Daily Voice

    ... of Grand Central Station as reported here last week. After the fire under Metro-North's tracks in Manhattan's East Harlem section, many commuters reported that Metro-North's communication during the emergency was inadequate, unavailable or ...

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  3. 'Angels In America' Opera, Hal Prince's Staging Of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Deadline

    ... en el Amazonas (June 22, 23, 25 and 26, 2016) at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Rose Theater continues in May 2017 at Harlem Stage with the rarely performed Los Elementos by the Spanish baroque master Antoni de Literes. The New York premiere of Angels in ...

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  4. Almost Half of Manhattan's Buildings Could Not Be Built TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Curbed

    New York City's zoning code was put into effect in 1916 as a way to address overcrowding and mitigate shadows cast by skyscrapers. To mark its 100th anniversary, the New York Times celebrates the role that zoning has played on shaping the city of today.

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  5. L Train Riders Willing to Give Up Service For Shorter ShutdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Curbed

    More than 75 percent of the commuters along the L Train prefer a shorter, complete shutdown of service between Manhattan and Brooklyn for Sandy-related repairs, than a partial shutdown taking place over three years, Gothamist reports . Transportation advocacy group, Riders Alliance , surveyed 350 New Yorkers, mostly those who live along the L Train, and 77 percent of the responders preferred an 18 month closure.

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  6. MAP: See Where Mets and Yankees Fans Live in the CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | DNAInfo.com

    Almost two months into this year's baseball season , the Mets are half a game behind the Washington Nationals in the National League East, winning almost 60 percent of their games, and the Yankees are five and a half games behind the Baltimore Orioles in the American League East, losing more than half the time. The Mets also have an edge over the Yankees when it comes to ticket sales in New York City, according to an analysis of tickets sold to New Yorkers in each zip code via the online resale marketplace Vivid Seats between 2013 and 2015.

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  7. Beloved Manhattan Art Supply Store Will Close Thanks to Influx of SupertallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Curbed

    The massive development taking place on 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan, otherwise known as "Billionaires' Row," has claimed another victim - this time it's the decades old, Lee's Art Shop at 220 West 57th Street. The art supplies shop will likely be replaced by a single high-end retail tenant like the Ralph Lauren flagship store at East 72nd Street and Madison Avenue, the New York Times reports .

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  8. Citi Bike to expand into the Brooklyn nabes it neglectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | New York Business.com

    The Citi Bike program, continuing its second phase of expansion, will be installing stations below 110th Street in Manhattan and in unserved Brooklyn neighborhoods. In total, 140 docks will be added.

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  9. Local Dallas Kids Cast in RAGTIME Tour, Coming to Fair Park TonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... and the title song, "Ragtime." The stories of an upper-class wife, a determined Jewish immigrant and a daring young Harlem musician unfold - set in turn-of-the-century New York - all three united by their desire and belief in a brighter tomorrow. ...

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  10. Behind - Hamilton's Moves, a Man Inspired by - The Matrix'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Wall Street Journal

    ... words-"We can run up a wall, we can swing through the trees"-within the third-floor dance studio of his renovated Harlem townhouse, which is dotted with his children's artwork. Working on "Cats" is a return to a dream: As a young dancer, fresh out ...

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  11. Talking Transportation: Infrastructure - " Dangling by a ThreadRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 22 | Lymeline.com

    The recent fire under the Park Avenue viaduct in Harlem, which disrupted commutes of a quarter million Metro-North riders got me thinking: our aging, crumbling and vulnerable transportation infrastructure is close to collapse, and the effects of such failure could be catastrophic. Consider this track-record: June 1983: Inadequate inspections and repairs cause the collapse of the Mianus River Bridge on I-95 in Greenwich.

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  12. "When January Feels Like Summer" - a Hit Play Where a Trans Character Soars and Lifts All Around HerRead the original story

    Monday May 23 | Switched

    ... siblings, and Joe, a middle-aged African-American union sanitation worker - all living and working in the same Harlem neighborhood. The diversity of the cast is a key component of the play, highlighting residents of New York who are rarely seen. ...

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  13. Bed-Stuy's Former Beaux-Arts Bank Debuts as Rentals With a 'Bike Vault'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Curbed

    Bed-Stuy's beautiful 109-year-old bank building has reemerged as 50 rentals. The 1907-built Roosevelt Savings Bank on Gates Avenue near Broadway was picked up by developer Kai Construction in October 2014 with plans to convert the lovely Beaux-Arts building by adding four interior floors to the existing structure plus a rooftop addition.

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  14. New Music|: Dave East Feat. The Game - "Bad Boy On Death Row"Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Power 105.1 FM

    Dave East & The Game link up on brand new track titled "Bad Boy on Death Row," East has been very consistently putting in that hard work over the years, plus dropping hardcore EastMIX's over your favorite artist tracks. On this track East delivers certified heat, & The Game reminisce about East 's hometown Harlem, about how he be in those Harlem streets, from 145th & Lenox chilling on the block to pulling up to the infamous "Amy Ruth's" restaurant on 116th & Lenox.

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  15. Masabi Mobile Ticketing Coming to New York MTARead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Mass Transit

    At an event at the Michael J. Quill Bus Depot in Manhattan, Governor Cuomo announced the success of a field test for MTA eTix, a free app that will allow Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North customers to purchase train tickets anytime, anywhere on their mobile devices, instead of using paper tickets. The LIRR and Metro-North expect to launch the first phase of the MTA eTix app's rollout on select lines in June, and the app will be available to all railroad customers by the end of 2016.

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  16. More on Jack's Rock, Formerly Known as Van Cott's Grove, a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Historic Pelham

    During the nineteenth century and the early decades of the twentieth century before Robert Moses filled in much of Pelham Bay and created Orchard Beach, bathers and day excursionists thronged the shores of Pelham Bay and that portion of the Bay some called "Le Roy Bay" on warm days. There were a host of lovely places to enjoy the waters of the Bay and the views toward City Island and Hunter's Island.

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  17. City's Housing Crisis is Bigger than Gentrification: ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | City Limits

    A street scene in the West Farms area of the Bronx. Far from the tide of gentrification, the area is part of a swath of the borough that has seen massive increases in rent.

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  18. New York City Marathon - " let's do thisRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 22 | Westland Observer

    ... Brooklyn, where it winds on for about 11 miles. The race then takes runners into Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx and Harlem before returning to Manhattan for the finish in Central Park. "So you're in Brooklyn longer than you are in any other borough, ...

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  19. As New York reclaims its waterfront, problems loom under the surfaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 21 | Crain's New York Business

    ... areas, exacerbating inequity at the water's edge. This is not an academic point. In recent memory, a kayak dock in Harlem sank into the Hudson, and Cromwell Recreational Pier in Tompkinsville, Staten Island, and the East River edge of Rainey Park ...

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  20. NY police apprehend suspect in death of woman seen on dolly in Staten IslandRead the original story

    Saturday May 21 | Reuters

    New York police took a suspect into custody on Saturday in connection with the death of a woman whose body was seen the day before being wheeled on a dolly in the Staten Island borough, officials said. Acting on a tip, police found the man in the East Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, said spokesman Brian Magoolaghan of the New York Police Department.

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