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The Uptown Tweet of the Week: 150 K & Counting…

150,000 human beings lost. 150,000 parents, siblings, children spouses, grandparents, best friends. 150,000 souls. 💔 — Mark D. Levine (@MarkLevineNYC) July 29, 2020 We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail…

¡Uptown Palante! – The Reopening Episode

Listen up familia, please click below for the latest episode of ¡Uptown Palante!. The Reopening episode tackles this crucially important topic. Mino Lora of the People’s Theatre Project talks to the always erudite Councilmen Mark Levine and our very…

06/29/20: ¡Uptown Palante! – The Reopening Episode

Listen up familia, you don’t want to miss the latest episode of ¡Uptown Palante! on Monday, June 29 at 9 am. The Reopening episode tackles this crucially important topic. Mino Lora of the People’s Theatre Project talks to the…

The Uptown Tweet of the Week: Knowledge Is Power

What's up with antibody tests? What do they really tell you? Who should get one? What's the connection to plasma donation and what's that all about? Here are some answers. 1/ — Mark D. Levine (@MarkLevineNYC) May 12, 2020…

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The Uptown Tweet of the Week: #StayHome

All eyes are on our hospitals right now, as they battle to save lives. But for most of us who contract #coronavirus, the battle will take place somewhere else: home. You likely have many questions about this. Here are…

The Uptown Tweet of the Week: Unity

Right now in #WashingtonHeights neighb in Northern Manhattan: huge community mtg on the fight against anti-Semitism. At least 50% of the people here are non-jews. Something important is happening in this city. We are actually coming together. pic.twitter.com/UDmbCt3PNt —…

Parking Uptown? Time to Pay Up | Manhattan Times

By Mark Levine It’s a standard weekday morning ritual in Northern Manhattan – suburban commuters, often with New Jersey or Connecticut license plates, circling our neighborhood streets looking for parking. Whether it’s Washington Heights or East Harlem, the working…

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Amtrak billboard panned | Manhattan Times

By Gregg McQueen This is a bad sign. Rep. Adriano Espaillat is accusing Amtrak of going off the rails when it comes to a new advertising billboard that the federally subsidized agency has put up in West Harlem. Installed…

The Surgeon Who Experimented on Slaves | The Atlantic

Dr. James Marion Sims is considered the father of modern gynecology. Until this week, his statue stood solemnly on Fifth Avenue and 103rd Street. The thing is that he obtained his knowledge by experimenting on enslaved Black women. Without…