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'YouTube' Studio to Open in The Bronx in September

The studio will be located in the heart of The Hub at 370 East 149th St.

Claremont »

Famed Chef at Harlem's blujeen Uses Veggies From Bronx Rooftop Garden

WHEDco's building at 1330 Intervale Ave. is providing vegetables to Harlem chef Lance Knowling.

Sunset Park »

NYPD Boat Named After Officer Killed in Harlem Mosque in 1972

Officer Phillip Cardillo was shot to death inside Harlem Mosque No. 7 after answering a bogus 911 call.

Central Harlem »

Eric Garner's Family Says $5.9 Million Settlement Is Not Justice

Relatives said they still want to see NYPD officers held accountable for the Staten Island man's death.

New York City »

'Empire' Actor to Judge Teens at Apollo's Anti-Violence Dance Competition

110 young dancers have prepared dance performances to speak out against violence in their communities.

Mott Haven »

Trust in NYPD on the Rise in South Bronx, Survey Shows

A report from John Jay College revealed that confidence in police had risen from 2014 to 2015.

Battery Park City »

A Youth Movement For Manhattan's Community Boards: 6 New Teen Members

Six new teenagers, ages 16 and 17, are now members of Manhattan community boards.

Central Harlem »

Anti-Violence Group Strengthens Screening to Push Out Active Gang Members

The move comes after DNAinfo reported that the program, staffed by ex-gang members, is under scrutiny.

Central Harlem »

Nonprofit for Troubled Moms Hired Conman Who Preyed on Clients, Sources Say

The Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership fired Daniel Rodriguez after learning of his actions.

Bed-Stuy »

Filmmakers Eat Their Way Along the A Train for Web Series

Bloggers and filmmakers with "Internets Celebrities" highlight food on the A line in "Food Warriors." 

Central Harlem »

Harlem Video Game Lets You Fight As Thurgood Marshall and Duke Ellington

The game, Hastings Paradise Harlem Renaissance, features historical figures from the Harlem Renaissance.

Central Harlem »

Citi Bikes and Docking Stations Left Broken and Dirty, Audit Says

Comptroller Scott Stringer says the issues must be repaired before the program expands next year.

Upper West Side »

Residents Protest Cuts to M104 Bus Line

The bus line was "decimated" by service cuts in 2010 and 2011 and should be restored, locals said.

Greenwich Village »

Escape City Chaos by Dining in These Backyard Gardens

Restaurants across the city have turned their outdoor seating areas into green getaways.

Mott Haven »

Bronx Garifuna Coalition Gets $20K in City Funds to Strengthen the Culture

The Garifuna Coalition was founded to help the community culturally, politically and economically.