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Kickstarter Spotlight: A Performance Space for Inwood @ Buunni Coffee

WHAT YOU ARE SUPPORTING: THE BUUNNI PERFORMANCE SPACE will present live performance (music and theater), artwork (fine art and photography), literature (readings and poetry) and social justice and wellness programming (lectures and workshops), with the mission to serve the…

The Uptown Tweet of the Week: Uptown Love For Korey

One of my favorite things to do after work these days is go on IG and see how many people have run into Korey on the streets of Harlem. Folks post dozens of pics daily. I asked him this…

Can’t Stop, Won’t It: The 2019 Riverside Jam

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) View this post on Instagram A post shared by I LOVE MY HOOD (@ilovemyhood_) on Jun 14, 2019 at 6:51am PDT The 2019 Riverside Jam is now on the books. The word epic is overused…

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Justice for Mya | Bronx Free Press

By Gregg McQueen Bullied to the end. Parents of a Bronx high schooler who committed suicide after enduring bullying and sexual abuse have sued the city’s Department of Education (DOE), alleging that school officials knew about the abuse but…

Landmark deal reached for rent reform | Manhattan Times

The state legislature has reached a landmark agreement to renew New York’s rent laws and expand tenant protections. Key components of the deal include a permanent extension of the rent regulation laws, which were set to expire on June…

The Uptown Tweet of the Week: Support El Conuco Restaurant

My momma just opened a new Dominican restaurant uptown on the corner of Sherman & Thayer, where Viva used to be! So fucking proud of her for following her dreams always!! She’s been talking about opening up her own…

The Mueller Report Comes Uptown…

“If You’re Not Outraged, You’re Not Paying Attention” – Heather Heyer Seriously folks, you NEED to be outraged by the ongoing disaster that is the Trump regime. With that said, the good folks at the Up Theater Company are…

Netflix Love: When They See Us

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) When They See Us, the latest project from the paradigm shifting director Ava DuVernay, is difficult to watch. In fact, in the first few minutes of watching the searing series you will feel the white-hot…

Heights comes Home | Manhattan Times

Photos by Cristóbal Vivar Un montón. It’s how many times he – and so many others – cried. As creators Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes (with their families), joined by film director Jon Chu, and a host of…