Students visit with one of China’s leading AIDS activists in Harlem.
Various election viewing parties across the boroughs are anxiously awaiting results. Here are some tweets from our reporters:
Although Manhattan rents overall are still more expensive, in the last few years more areas of Brooklyn have began to catch up. And more people are choosing Brooklyn for its lifestyle than its rents.
Brooklyn was once considered an incubator for hip-hop, but has it lost its touch? Hannah Olivennes looks into hip-hop’s traveling geographical center.
The black political establishment of Harlem is weighing whether to continue supporting embattled Governor David Paterson, a Brooklyn district leader told the Ink earlier today.