Mamajuana Cafe got SLA approval of its liquor license prior to CB12 approval a second time in two years.
Inwood may be the first in Manhattan to get a Neighborhood Slow Zone, which helps slow traffic.
La Marina's proposed seating capacity was cut to 500 from 1,000 by the Parks Department.
Rita McKee's "STEP.PNG OUT" will show at the Piper's Kilt in Inwood through June 15.
City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez called on the SLA to deny Parrilla Steakhouse's license renewal.
Residents said a proposed bar is too big as a CB12 committee votes to recommend liquor license.
Uptown advocates said drastic budget cuts to after school and childcare programs are devestating.
Community Board 12 voted to recommend the Parks Department allow off-leash dog hours.
A Parks plan to restore a desolate section of Fort Tryon Park will likely begin next spring.
Residents complain Dyckman Street is unbearable as it devolves into a 'South Beach' party scene.
Inwood residents oppose a new Inwood bar and grill they fear will become a nightclub.
CB12's public safety committee passed a resolution on the reform of the NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy.
CB12 voted to recommend the SLA reject Vacca Lounge's liquor license application.
Community Board 12 approved a resolution asking the city to consider creating a slow zone in Inwood.
Inwood residents voiced opposition to Mamajuana Cafe's plan to open a new restaurant.
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