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Sleepless Inwood Residents Mount Anti-Noise Campaign

For some Inwood residents, sleep is becoming increasingly rare.

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Harlem Food Co-op Increases Access to Fruits and Vegetables

The Corbin Hill Food Project is bringing fresh vegetables and fruit to communities in Harlem.

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The Fear and Danger of Being an Urban Explorer

A young reporter ventures underground with Steve Duncan, urban explorer. He may never do it again.

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In Little Senegal, a Shrinking Business Community

Little Senegal was once a vibrant community on West 116th Street in South Harlem. But today, shops are boarding up and the commercial heart of that enclave is shrinking. The reasons are not simple.

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La Placita, Celebrating Unity in Community

Spanish Harlem residents flock to La Placita to join in celebration one last time at the final Multi-Cultural Festival of the season.

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New Student Group to Address Lack of Minorities in Osteopathic Medicine

With the help of current students, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine is rethinking the way it reaches out to underrepresented minorities.

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Northattan Lawmakers Seek More Video of Motorcycle Incident and Tighter Laws

Two Northattan legislators are seeking more video of an altercation between a group of motorcyclists and a family in an SUV, and said they would also ask for tighten regulations on groups of motorcyclists.

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Musician Honors Son With Home-Style Jazz Performances

Musician Marjorie Eliot has been hosting free home-style jazz concerts in honor of her son who passed away 19 years ago.

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VIDEO: Upper West Side Woman Drives Toy Car

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Going Forward With Halloween, After a Real Scare

Their parks and their schools were closed, but that didn’t stop Inwood Hill residents from having a semblance of Halloween.

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