Keep Calm and Buy Bitcoins Here

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Next to the chips and drinks, Bitcoin ATMs are popping up in East Harlem bodegas.

Ayala Sneaks a Win in District 8

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Diana Ayala won her first race for elected office in a razor close primary for the city council seat in East Harlem.

Torrential Rains Unearth Political Divisions Within Senegal and Without

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A move to do away with the senate back home after devastating African floods stirs up political divisions in Harlem’s Little Senegal.

In Harlem: Battered Women Struggle For Resources

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Women in abusive relationships in Harlem say they lack resources to seek help. Factors like language barriers, fear of deportation and lack of centers plays a major role. While Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx currently have centers where women can turn for help, Manhattan is still behind in providing Family Justice Centers for battered women.

Bringing Jewish Culture Back to Harlem

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Almost a century after Jews left Harlem, some active members are trying to revive the Jewish community in the neighborhood.