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Discovery of Burial Ground Backs a Less Conventional Version of Harlem's History
Video shows dutch family in California driving through wildfire
The family,from Haarlem in the Netherlands, were on vacation and had been driving back to their holiday home in Santa Barbara after attending an NBA game. At around 11pm on the Southern California freeway, the family of five spotted flames in the ...
Video: One Couple's Horrifying NYC "Bedbug" Hotel Experience
This is Manhattan," he emphasizes before adding this is the third room they've been in (the first two apparently didn't have heat). To be clear: Bedbugs can attack in any borough. Even in Manhattan's Waldorf Astoria, allegedly.
East Harlem persisting as a rental market
East Harlem is the area of Manhattan running north of East 96th Street and east of Fifth Avenue. Though the area was originally settled in 1654 by Dutch Governor Peter Stuyvesant and was named “Nieuw Haarlem,” the name was changed to “Harlem” with ...
Tracing 350 Years of Harlem's Ever-Shifting Boundaries
To sweeten the deal for Nieuw Haarlem, Stuyvesant agreed to build a road—now followed by St. Nicholas Avenue—that was eventually incorporated into the Boston Post Road.

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