Posts Tagged ‘NY Post’

Novelist Puts Washington Heights Apartment On The Market For $1.3 Million

Novelist Puts Washington Heights Apartment On The Market For $1.3 Million

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Who knew that the former editor of Russian GQ magazine had a crib Uptown? Novelist Michael Idov, who is based in Berlin, has put his swank pied-à-terre in the stately edifice at 790 Riverside Drive on the market for a cool $1.3 million, according to the New York Post. Located in […]


City’s first orchestra music charter school to open in 2017 | NY Post

City’s first orchestra music charter school to open in 2017 | NY Post

By Carl Campanile In a development that is sure to be music to the ears of city parents, a new, orchestral-themed charter school is scheduled to open in upper Manhattan next fall — the first of its kind in the Big Apple. The Washington Heights and Inwood Music Community Charter School will offer two hours […]


Woman sets up sting after Craigslist ‘Hamilton’ scam | NY Post

Woman sets up sting after Craigslist ‘Hamilton’ scam | NY Post

By Melkorka Licea Danielle Posner was deflated but determined when she marched into the 33rd Precinct station house last Friday. She’d been looking forward to that night for eight months — finally getting to see the hit play “Hamilton” with her boyfriend. But when she called Ticketmaster to double-check the event codes, they came back […]


Harlem Brewing Co. to get front row displays at Walmart | NY Post

Harlem Brewing Co. to get front row displays at Walmart | NY Post

By Lisa Fickenscher Walmart is taking a page from Whole Foods’ playbook — and small craft brewers are drinking it up. Starting next month, Harlem Brewing Co. will be stocking its Sugar Hill Golden Ale next to cases of Michelob and Budweiser in 39 Walmart stores in New York — a turn of events that […]


Harlem is shaking up its food scene |NY Post

Harlem is shaking up its food scene |NY Post

By Joshua David Stein Though the automatic doors of Whole Foods won’t silently swish open until the end of the year at the very earliest, according to spokesman Michael Sinatra, Harlem is already preparing itself for the arrival of the bougie supermarket behemoth. When the chain opens its eleventh location in New York City, on […]


The changes coming to Harlem’s 125th St. make it a hot spot | NY Post

The changes coming to Harlem’s 125th St. make it a hot spot | NY Post

By Steve Cuozzo The 125th Street of Harlem mythology is fast disappearing. River to river, a whirlwind of new development, redevelopment and “repositioning” is sweeping away old for new. The Apollo Theater, under the guidance of a foundation chaired by banking titan Richard Parsons, happily seems immortal. But many small fried-chicken and fish joints and […]


Pol calls for liquor-license freeze to nix neighborhood rowdiness | NY Post

Pol calls for liquor-license freeze to nix neighborhood rowdiness | NY Post

By Michael Gartland Elected officials in upper Manhattan put forward an unprecedented proposal Thursday to make it last call for new bars before they even open. State Sen. Adriano Espaillat issued a call Thursday for a one-year freeze on new liquor licenses for bars in Inwood, saying that would be the best way to restore […]


The air in NYC lowers kids’ IQs | New York Post

The air in NYC lowers kids’ IQs | New York Post

By Carl Campanile The city’s air is polluting children’s brains. Big Apple kids exposed to high levels of airborne filth and economic hardship have lower IQs that will haunt them into adulthood, according to an exhaustive, first-of-its-kind study by Columbia University. “The findings are a concern because, as has been shown with lead [poisoning], even […]


Washington Heights Little League honors fallen officers | NY Post

Washington Heights Little League honors fallen officers | NY Post

By Mike Vaccaro Maybe you have to be old enough to remember what Washington Heights was like in those years, when crack was rampant, when the dealers seemed to grow more bold and more brazen by the day. Maybe that best illustrates what happens in that neighborhood now, the small miracle that arrives every spring. […]


The bad hatter | NY POST

The bad hatter | NY POST

How a Bronx party boy became an underground fashion sensation using a bit of savvy and lots of attitude By REED TUCKER A day in the life of “40 oz Van” would probably kill a lesser man. From the outside looking in, Van’s life is like one long music video, full of fun, scantily clad […]


Miami meets Manhattan | NY POST

Miami meets Manhattan | NY POST

A-listers and locals are flocking to Hudson River hangout La Marina for music, mojitos and dance moves By LINDSAY PUTNAM It’s 7 o’clock on a Sunday evening, and Eric Hendrix is relaxing in a padded lounge chair overlooking the Hudson, cold drink in hand. His pals — many wearing sunglasses and fedoras to block the […]

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