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Applications Open for Urban Fellows Program | Bronx Free Press

Primed for public service? Applications are open for the 2020 Urban Fellows Program. The program, open to recent college graduates, is a nine-month government fellowship that exposes fellows to urban issues impacting public policy and decision-making in New York…

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Uptown Film: Two Sides to the Story

A couple, Erika and Josh, sit on a park bench. One professes their love for the other while the other one ends the relationship. However, one ends up dead and the other is interrogated. What really happened? We invite…

Uptown Fashion Week 2015

Joani Johnson Is Not Your Typical Model | HYPEBAE

Hypebae put together an awesome profile of Harlem’s own Joani Johnson, who is changing the game for senior models of color. Click below to check out the insightful interview and bad ass pics. Check out: Joani Johnson Is Not…

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Uptown Video: #FindingBET – The Untold Story Of Mims

The popular BET series “Finding” has a really cool episode on Washington Heights’ own Mims, who was ubiquitous in the late 2000’s due to his megahit “This Is Why I’m Hot.” The video tells the story of the massive…

The Uptown Tweet of the Week: #FireMichaelReynolds

NYPD officer Michael Reynolds apparently works in Manhattan North. He should be fired. Giving him his gun, having him return to patrol East Harlem / Harlem / West Harlem / Washington Heights / or Inwood? That would be unconscionable.…

190 A Train - Washington Heights

Fair Fares enrollment to begin in January | Bronx Free Press

Get on the roll to ride. The city will launch an open enrollment period for its long-awaited Fair Fares program on January 27. All eligible New Yorkers at or below the federal poverty line who don’t have discounted transportation…

Cheers for the rezoning win | Manhattan Times

By Gregg McQueen The din on Dyckman was real. Christmas came early this year for Inwood residents who oppose the city’s attempt to rezone their neighborhood. Word came on December 19 that Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Verna Saunders had…