BAM will showcase 16 of Lee's films, including "Joe's Bed-Stuy Barbershop: We Cut Heads."
The poet, author and activist died in her home in Winston-Salem, N.C., her family said.
Kava Shteeble was opened after construction workers noticed a lack of coffee options.
The exhibit, in the Bedford Library at 496 Franklin Ave., features murals from across Bed-Stuy.
"X MARKS THE SPOT" reads an ad from Aptsandlofts.com, which will open a new location on Malcom X Blvd.
Red Rooster Harlem's Marcus Samuelsson may have expressed interest in the Lenox Lounge space.
New Yorkers and other visitors toured Harlem's historic places on Oct. 16, 2011 for as part of Open House New York.
Dickens' cat's paw letter opener is one of 250 items from the New York Public Library's collection on display.
The widow of Malcolm X may soon have a street corner named in honor of her work in upper Manhattan.
Many brownstone bed-and-breakfasts don't feel threatened by Aloft Harlem, a chain hotel slated to open in November.
Thomas Hagan walked out of a minimum-security prison in Harlem at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
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