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Save the Station AgentsCut costs, not kiosks. The city’s largest transit union is suing the MTA to block the elimination...
01/11/2021
Save the Station AgentsSalvar a los agentes de estaciones - Manhattan Times News

Save the Station Agents

Cut costs, not kiosks.

The city’s largest transit union is suing the MTA to block the elimination of 185 jobs for station agents, which would leave more than 400 subway stations unmanned for a portion of each day.

TWU Local 100 filed a lawsuit on Wed., Dec. 30th, seeking injunctive relief against the MTA’s plan to reduce service at station booths in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx, as well as totally eliminate 20 full time booths, beginning January 18, 2021.

The plan would eliminate “lunch relief” jobs at most stations, meaning the booth will be unmanned for a half-hour three times a day, the union said.

Cut costs, not kiosks. The city’s largest transit union is suing the MTA to block the elimination of 185 jobs for station agents, which would leave more than 400 subway stations unmanned...

Barron Prize Seeking young heroes. The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes announces the launch of its 2021 awards.The ...
01/11/2021
Barron PrizePremio Barron - Manhattan Times News

Barron Prize

Seeking young heroes.

The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes announces the launch of its 2021 awards.
The online application system opened January 4, 2021.

The Barron Prize celebrates inspiring and public-spirited young people from across the U.S. and Canada.

Established in 2001 by author T. A. Barron, the Barron Prize annually honors 25 outstanding young leaders ages 8 to 18 who have made a significant positive difference to people and the environment.

Fifteen top winners each receive $10,000 to support their service work or higher education.

Seeking young heroes. The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes announces the launch of its 2021 awards. The online application system will open January 4, 2021. The Barron Prize celebrates inspiring and public-spirited young...

Vigilant on Vaccines Beware of the shot scammers. A new set of potential scams are offering early access to the coronavi...
01/11/2021
Vigilant on VaccinesAlerta sobre vacunas - Manhattan Times News

Vigilant on Vaccines

Beware of the shot scammers.

A new set of potential scams are offering early access to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine. The office of New York State Attorney General Letitia James (OAG) is warning New Yorkers of anyone who calls, e-mails, or texts individuals offering access to a COVID-19 vaccine.

While New York has begun the process of vaccinating nursing home residents, nursing home staff who regularly interact with patients, and high-risk medical workers, the vaccine will not become widely available to the general public in New York for several more months.

Consistent with federal guidelines, New York plans to offer vaccines next to long-term care residents and staff and other healthcare workers, then to certain essential workers, and finally to members of the general population, beginning with the people at highest risk for severe COVID-19 symptoms (such as those over 65 years old or with underlying health conditions like cancer or heart disease).

Tenga cuidado con los estafadores de vacunas. Un nuevo conjunto de posibles estafas está ofreciendo acceso temprano a la vacuna contra la enfermedad del coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).

Four-alarm fire rips through Inwood building An Inwood building was rattled by a 4-alarm fire at 74 Post Avenue Tuesday ...
01/11/2021
Four-alarm fire rips through Inwood buildingIncendio en Inwood - Manhattan Times News

Four-alarm fire rips through Inwood building

An Inwood building was rattled by a 4-alarm fire at 74 Post Avenue Tuesday evening.

The blaze, which began at 7 p.m. and was brought under control by 11 p.m., devastated nearly half of the building. It destroyed the roof and many of the apartments on the top floors of the six-story residential building, effectively displacing approximately a dozen families.

Over 135 firefighters battled the massive fire; two were injured and taken to the hospital for treatment.
Pastor Abel Rosario has been a resident of the Inwood building for 41 years.

“Everything was damaged,” said Rosario of his third-floor apartment while standing on the sidewalk on Wednesday afternoon. “The roof, the floor, everything.”

An Inwood building was rattled by a 4-alarm fire at 74 Post Avenue Tuesday evening. The blaze, which began at 7 p.m. and was brought under control by 11 p.m., devastated nearly half of the building. It destroyed the roof and many of the apartments...

Trader Joe’s signs Harlem lease It’s T-and-T time in Harlem. The popular grocery food chain Trader Joe’s has announced t...
01/11/2021
Trader Joe’s signs Harlem leaseTrader Joe’s firma contrato de renta en Harlem - Manhattan Times News

Trader Joe’s signs Harlem lease

It’s T-and-T time in Harlem.

The popular grocery food chain Trader Joe’s has announced that is has signed a lease to open a 28,000-square-foot store on 125th Street in Harlem, joining Target, which is planning a 44,000-square-foot store as another anchor retail tenant at the same site.

Trader Joe’s, known for health-conscious fare at relatively inexpensive prices, signed the lease at 21 West 125th Street on January 6.

The deal was signed with developers The Prusik Group, BRP Companies, L+M Development Partners and Taconic Partners.

The store will be situated in the lower level of the Urban League Empowerment Center, a massive development that will also include the new headquarters and conference center for the National Urban League as well as the Urban Civil Rights Experience Museum, New York State’s first civil rights museum.

Es hora de T y T en Harlem. La popular cadena de comestibles Trader Joe's ha anunciado que ha firmado un contrato de arrendamiento para abrir una tienda de 28,000 pies cuadrados en la calle 125 en Harlem...

RX, ready and (still) waiting The pharmacies never closed. Early in the pandemic, when the state’s PAUSE order was being...
01/10/2021
RX, ready and (still) waitingRX, listos y (todavía) esperando - Manhattan Times News

RX, ready and (still) waiting

The pharmacies never closed.

Early in the pandemic, when the state’s PAUSE order was being executed, state hospitals put off any elective surgeries and many doctor’s offices were closed to in-patient visits.

However, independent pharmacies across New York largely remained open, ensuring that residents could still access essential, sometimes life-saving medications.

“We stayed open and were always there for the community,” said Thomas D’Angelo, President of the Pharmacists Society of the State of New York (PSSNY). “That shows you the type of access pharmacies provide.”

The not-for-profit organization, founded in 1879, bills itself the largest pharmacy association in New York State and advocates for the interests of 7000 independent pharmacists.

Las farmacias nunca cerraron. Al comienzo de la pandemia, cuando se ejecutó la orden de PAUSA del estado, los hospitales estatales pospusieron todas las cirugías no urgentes...

Latinos lead overdose death rates: city health data “Every fatal overdose is preventable.” New data released by the city...
01/10/2021
Latinos lead overdose death rates: city health dataLatinos lideran tasas de mortalidad por sobredosis: datos de salud de la ciudad - Manhattan Times News

Latinos lead overdose death rates: city health data

“Every fatal overdose is preventable.”

New data released by the city’s health officials on December 30 reveal that New York City had 440 overdose deaths from January to March 2020 – 41 more deaths than the previous highest quarter.
The uptick is in line with an increase in overdose deaths seen nationwide.

“Even before the COVID-19 pandemic gripped New York City, overdose deaths were at record levels, consistent with national trends,” said Health Commissioner Dave Chokshi. “This has been a tragedy leading into a crisis. Every fatal overdose is preventable and we will continue our work to keep our fellow New Yorkers alive.”

And for the second consecutive year, Latino New Yorkers had the highest rate of drug overdose deaths.

“Every fatal overdose is preventable.” New data released by the city’s health officials on December 30 reveal that New York City had 440 overdose deaths from January to March 2020...

Beware the Pity Pitch “Grandma, it’s me. Please don’t tell Mom.” That is usually how the phone call starts – with an ear...
01/10/2021
Beware the Pity PitchCuidado con las llamadas “tristes” - Manhattan Times News

Beware the Pity Pitch

“Grandma, it’s me. Please don’t tell Mom.”

That is usually how the phone call starts – with an earnest plea from someone, usually a younger person, who sounds just familiar enough.

The “Grandparent Scam” is a common phone scam that targets senior citizens with calls from fraudsters posing as a grandchild of the victim and asking for money.

State Attorney General Letitia James is warning state residents to be wary of these phone pitches, which have increased during the pandemic.

"Abuela, soy yo. Por favor, no le digas a mamá". Por lo general, así es como comienza la llamada telefónica, con una súplica sincera de alguien, generalmente una persona más joven...

“In a footrace right now” Nearly 4,000 new COVID-19 cases a day are being logged in New York City. “COVID is moving fast...
01/10/2021
“In a footrace right now”"En una carrera ahora mismo" - Manhattan Times News

“In a footrace right now”

Nearly 4,000 new COVID-19 cases a day are being logged in New York City.

“COVID is moving faster than we can contain it,” said Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who gathered with elected officials in Inwood on Wednesday.

It was past time for the city and state to prioritize COVID-19 distribution in high-risk communities and for high-risk workers, argued Adams, together with Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and City Councilmember Ydanis Rodríguez outside NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health Dyckman on Nagle Avenue.

The conference’s site was a deliberate choice, as Northern Manhattan remains one of the most impacted communities of the pandemic.

As of January 6, the Inwood zip code of 10034 had a seven-day positivity rate of 10.28, the highest in all of Manhattan.

Casi 4,000 nuevos casos de COVID-19 se registran diariamente en la ciudad de Nueva York. “La COVID se está moviendo más rápido de lo que la podemos contener”, dijo el presidente del distrito de Brooklyn, Eric Adams, quien se reunió con funcionarios...

Open Air Appropriation Create art. Hang it in a public space. Ask for permission later. Northern Manhattan’s largest ope...
01/10/2021
Open Air Appropriation Apropiación al aire libre - Manhattan Times News

Open Air Appropriation

Create art. Hang it in a public space. Ask for permission later.

Northern Manhattan’s largest open-air art show, “For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition,” appears on a chain link fence by a Mitchell-Lama co-op building, close to the #1 train at Dyckman Street.

It features the work of nineteen artists from Northern Manhattan and the Bronx. The informal nature of the exhibit belies the influential artists behind the show.

The show features artists such as Moses Ros, Franck De La Mercedes and Carlos Jesús Martínez Domínguez and many others who are familiar to readers of this paper.

“We are all formal artists who trained at art academies,” said curator and artist Alexis Mendoza. Closed for months, the museums and galleries where the artists typically exhibit are only just starting to resume shows. Not being able to show has been very frustrating.

Create art. Hang it in a public space. Ask for permission later. Northern Manhattan’s largest open-air art show, "For the Love of Art: An Appropriated Intentions Exhibition....

Four-alarm fire rips through Inwood building An Inwood building was rattled by a 4-alarm fire at 74 Post Avenue Tuesday ...
01/09/2021
Four-alarm fire rips through Inwood buildingIncendio en Inwood - Manhattan Times News

Four-alarm fire rips through Inwood building

An Inwood building was rattled by a 4-alarm fire at 74 Post Avenue Tuesday evening.

The blaze, which began at 7 p.m. and was brought under control by 11 p.m., devastated nearly half of the building. It destroyed the roof and many of the apartments on the top floors of the six-story residential building, effectively displacing approximately a dozen families.

Over 135 firefighters battled the massive fire; two were injured and taken to the hospital for treatment.
Pastor Abel Rosario has been a resident of the Inwood building for 41 years.

“Everything was damaged,” said Rosario of his third-floor apartment while standing on the sidewalk on Wednesday afternoon. “The roof, the floor, everything.”

An Inwood building was rattled by a 4-alarm fire at 74 Post Avenue Tuesday evening. The blaze, which began at 7 p.m. and was brought under control by 11 p.m., devastated nearly half of the building. It destroyed the roof and many of the apartments...

RX, ready and (still) waiting The pharmacies never closed. Early in the pandemic, when the state’s PAUSE order was being...
01/09/2021
RX, ready and (still) waitingRX, listos y (todavía) esperando - Manhattan Times News

RX, ready and (still) waiting

The pharmacies never closed.

Early in the pandemic, when the state’s PAUSE order was being executed, state hospitals put off any elective surgeries and many doctor’s offices were closed to in-patient visits.

However, independent pharmacies across New York largely remained open, ensuring that residents could still access essential, sometimes life-saving medications.

“We stayed open and were always there for the community,” said Thomas D’Angelo, President of the Pharmacists Society of the State of New York (PSSNY). “That shows you the type of access pharmacies provide.”

The not-for-profit organization, founded in 1879, bills itself the largest pharmacy association in New York State and advocates for the interests of 7000 independent pharmacists.

Las farmacias nunca cerraron. Al comienzo de la pandemia, cuando se ejecutó la orden de PAUSA del estado, los hospitales estatales pospusieron todas las cirugías no urgentes...

Trader Joe’s signs Harlem lease It’s T-and-T time in Harlem. The popular grocery food chain Trader Joe’s has announced t...
01/09/2021
Trader Joe’s signs Harlem leaseTrader Joe’s firma contrato de renta en Harlem - Manhattan Times News

Trader Joe’s signs Harlem lease

It’s T-and-T time in Harlem.

The popular grocery food chain Trader Joe’s has announced that is has signed a lease to open a 28,000-square-foot store on 125th Street in Harlem, joining Target, which is planning a 44,000-square-foot store as another anchor retail tenant at the same site.

Trader Joe’s, known for health-conscious fare at relatively inexpensive prices, signed the lease at 21 West 125th Street on January 6.

The deal was signed with developers The Prusik Group, BRP Companies, L+M Development Partners and Taconic Partners.

The store will be situated in the lower level of the Urban League Empowerment Center, a massive development that will also include the new headquarters and conference center for the National Urban League as well as the Urban Civil Rights Experience Museum, New York State’s first civil rights museum.

Es hora de T y T en Harlem. La popular cadena de comestibles Trader Joe's ha anunciado que ha firmado un contrato de arrendamiento para abrir una tienda de 28,000 pies cuadrados en la calle 125 en Harlem...

Latinos lead overdose death rates: city health data “Every fatal overdose is preventable.” New data released by the city...
01/09/2021
Latinos lead overdose death rates: city health dataLatinos lideran tasas de mortalidad por sobredosis: datos de salud de la ciudad - Manhattan Times News

Latinos lead overdose death rates: city health data

“Every fatal overdose is preventable.”

New data released by the city’s health officials on December 30 reveal that New York City had 440 overdose deaths from January to March 2020 – 41 more deaths than the previous highest quarter.
The uptick is in line with an increase in overdose deaths seen nationwide.

“Even before the COVID-19 pandemic gripped New York City, overdose deaths were at record levels, consistent with national trends,” said Health Commissioner Dave Chokshi. “This has been a tragedy leading into a crisis. Every fatal overdose is preventable and we will continue our work to keep our fellow New Yorkers alive.”

And for the second consecutive year, Latino New Yorkers had the highest rate of drug overdose deaths.

“Every fatal overdose is preventable.” New data released by the city’s health officials on December 30 reveal that New York City had 440 overdose deaths from January to March 2020...

Beware the Pity Pitch “Grandma, it’s me. Please don’t tell Mom.” That is usually how the phone call starts – with an ear...
01/09/2021
Beware the Pity PitchCuidado con las llamadas “tristes” - Manhattan Times News

Beware the Pity Pitch

“Grandma, it’s me. Please don’t tell Mom.”

That is usually how the phone call starts – with an earnest plea from someone, usually a younger person, who sounds just familiar enough.

The “Grandparent Scam” is a common phone scam that targets senior citizens with calls from fraudsters posing as a grandchild of the victim and asking for money.

State Attorney General Letitia James is warning state residents to be wary of these phone pitches, which have increased during the pandemic.

"Abuela, soy yo. Por favor, no le digas a mamá". Por lo general, así es como comienza la llamada telefónica, con una súplica sincera de alguien, generalmente una persona más joven...

“In a footrace right now” Nearly 4,000 new COVID-19 cases a day are being logged in New York City. “COVID is moving fast...
01/09/2021
“In a footrace right now”"En una carrera ahora mismo" - Manhattan Times News

“In a footrace right now”

Nearly 4,000 new COVID-19 cases a day are being logged in New York City.

“COVID is moving faster than we can contain it,” said Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who gathered with elected officials in Inwood on Wednesday.

It was past time for the city and state to prioritize COVID-19 distribution in high-risk communities and for high-risk workers, argued Adams, together with Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and City Councilmember Ydanis Rodríguez outside NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health Dyckman on Nagle Avenue.

The conference’s site was a deliberate choice, as Northern Manhattan remains one of the most impacted communities of the pandemic.

As of January 6, the Inwood zip code of 10034 had a seven-day positivity rate of 10.28, the highest in all of Manhattan.

Casi 4,000 nuevos casos de COVID-19 se registran diariamente en la ciudad de Nueva York. “La COVID se está moviendo más rápido de lo que la podemos contener”, dijo el presidente del distrito de Brooklyn, Eric Adams, quien se reunió con funcionarios...

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This Sunday (December 2nd)! Ever wonder about the Audubon bird murals on security gates and apartment buildings throughout Northern Manhattan? Take a tour! https://heightsites.com/event/take-a-break-from-the-holidays-join-mary-beth-shine-for-an-audubon-murals-tour/
Come join us for this FREE event on Nov. 1 from 7-9 p.m. at Isabella. Be sure to RSVP!
The community Hike and Potluck is this Saturday. We hope to see everyone at Hike the Heights 14. There’ll be free food, music, art, and performances.
Come Hike the Heights with us and help us bridge communities! Food, arts and crafts, DJ, games, face painting, origami by Ari, and more!
Invitation: April 9, 7 PM Life of MLKing The Foundatn for the Revival of Classical Culture www.ffrcc.org commem of MLK @Bartholomew’s Ch, 325 Park Av NYC, w Harlem Op Company, @SchillerInst chorus, Simon Estes, opera bass, Rolnd Carter, composer, Dr Bernard Lafayette, Martin L King collaborator.... can buy tickets , or walk in and pay a donation...