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Retail june 18, 2014

Harlem Teen Launches Pawn Shop For High-End Sneakers

16-year-old entrepreneur creates a new market for $15,000 footwear.

Technology december 12, 2013

12 Things You Need to Know Today

JetBlue is finally launching Wifi, public Wi-Fi comes to Harlem, and Norway's public library is putting all its books online for free.

Work september 11, 2013

Renowned Fashion Photographers Capture Harlem Street Life

Bruce Weber and David Bailey used a Nokia Lumia 1020 to shoot everyday life on the streets.

Innovation september 8, 2013

These Are The Faces Of Made-In-America [Pics]

Photographs of the new Makers-In-America, an incredible group powering a new way of business.

Gaming & Play june 7, 2013

Public Library Encourages Teens To Hang Out [Pics]

Harlem library invites youth to interact without adult scrutiny.

Sustainability december 5, 2012

Applebee’s Opens The ‘Greenest’ Restaurant In New York

The eco-friendly outpost in Harlem will feature a greenhouse on the roof, a living wall made of plants, and bamboo chandeliers.

Work september 19, 2012

Cole Haan Sells New Pumps Out Of A Food Truck

The footwear brand is taking their advertising to the streets, selling pumps on street corners and hosting late-night events featuring drag queens to advertise their latest collection.

Cities september 19, 2011

Worlds Apart – The Neighbourhoods That Sum Up A Divided America [Headlines]

The contrasting lifestyles of residents of New York's Upper East Side and the South Bronx illustrates the widening gap between the rich and poor.

Cities july 14, 2011

Harlem Restaurant Has Bill Clinton, Alicia Keys As Patrons [Headlines]

Red Rooster, a recently-opened resto, attracts a diverse crowd and is refreshing the image of the neighborhood's culture.

Work may 20, 2011

Monocolumn: A New Phase In The Harlem Renaissance

There are few neighbourhoods that are as quintessentially New York as Harlem. Stretching from the top of Central Park all the way up to 155th Street, the area’s cultural diversity and history of boom and bust have led to its notoriety as one of the city’s roughest districts.

Retail may 2, 2011

A Harlem Storefront: 1977-2004 [Pics]

Anonymous photographs document the face of urban transformation in Harlem.

Arts & Culture april 11, 2011

Centuries-Old Craft Can Evolve To Meet Today’s Product Design Needs [Pics]

The 'Man Made' exhibition showcases how handmade objects can be translated into contemporary forms.

Cities december 1, 2010

Lyrical Topography: The Rock ‘n Roll Map of Manhattan

The rich musical history of New York City is documented in a visual neighborhood map.

Advertising april 15, 2009

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