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Nearly 100 Sites Quietly Being Removed From Landmarks Consideration

Critics say that the move leaves the sites and the districts vulnerable.

Central Harlem »

Historian Arrested While Protesting Renaissance Casino Demolition

Michael Henry Adams was arrested during a one-man protest Sunday morning.

West Harlem »

3 Harlem Events Worth Checking Out This Weekend

Here are some fun things to do in Harlem this weekend.

Central Harlem »

Activists Create Signs to Protest Harlem Church's Homophobic Messages

Liz Jackson started the #HarlemLove campaign to counter the church's homophobic signs.

Central Harlem »

Protesters Ask Landmarks Commission to Force Church to Remove Anti-Gay Sign

Atlah Worldwide Church is accused of making alterations to its historic building without permission.

Central Harlem »

Mount Morris Park House Tour Celebrates 25 Years

The neighborhood has gone from shabby and neglected to fabulous and celebrated in a quarter century.

Hamilton Heights »

Historic West Harlem RKO Hamilton Theater Could Become Luxury Condos

CB 9 will support luxury condos if the theater in the landmarked building is refurbished.

Hamilton Heights »

Sugar Hill Building Designed by Star Architect Sparks Controversy

Some neighbors of David Adjaye's building for Broadway Housing Communities say it is out of place.

Hamilton Heights »

Rangel Center Expansion Plan Skips Community Board, Angering Residents

The City College plan would add three stories to a historic townhouse on Convent Avenue.

Central Harlem »

Loss of Lenox Lounge Puts Spotlight on Historic Preservation in Harlem

The historic neighborhood does not have its share of historic designations, advocates say.

Central Harlem »

Central Harlem Landmark Plan to Push for New Historic Districts

CB 10, which covers Central Harlem, has unveiled its first comprehensive preservation plan.

Harlem »

Harlem TEDx Conference Called 'Elitist'

Some community organizers criticize the inaugural TEDxHarlem event for not being 'grassroots' enough.

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