Almost 3 Years After Movie Set Fire Took Life Of FDNY Firefighter, City Council Set To Vote On New RegulationsIt was March 22, 2018, when fire erupted at an old jazz club being used as the set for the film “Motherless Brooklyn.” Thirty-seven-year-old firefighter Michael Davidson went in and gave his life fighting the fire.
Line Wraps Around The Block As Fans Pay Their Last Respects To Legendary Actress Cicely Tyson In HarlemIt was no secret Cicely Tyson loved Harlem, and Harlem is loving her right back. 
'More Than Just A Bar': Harlem Hops Shares History And Connection Through Beer"Beer is not limited to the white, bearded bros you're used to seeing promoting it," co-owner Kim Harris told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Black History Is Our History: Self-Guided Walking Tours Highlight History Of Black Composers, Musicians Around NYCThe three musical walking tours will take people through Harlem, Midtown and in lower Manhattan, where the historical journey begins at the African Burial Ground National Monument.
Hundreds Evacuated Around Raging Manhole Fire In Harlem Where Power Crews Hit Gas LineHundreds of people were left standing out in the cold after a gas leak led to an explosive manhole fire in Harlem.
Public Viewing For Legendary Actor Cicely Tyson To Be Held At Harlem ChurchThe viewing will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and COVID-19 protocols will be in place, with masks and social distancing requirements. No photographs will be allowed, according to the statement.
NYPD: Tyrone Cooper Facing Charges After Harlem Mother Brutally Attacked Outside Liquor StorePolice said Cooper was taken into custody on Sunday for a separate incident.
Nearly 2 Dozen Firefighters Hurt Battling Fire In HarlemFlames shot out of the windows of a building in Harlem on Saturday morning.
Harlem Community Remembers Trailblazing Actress, Hometown Icon Cicely Tyson: 'She Made Mainstream Come And Celebrate Harlem'"She would not let you talk about Harlem in a negative. She would always say of the high moments and the great artistry and the culture and the people," Rev. Al Sharpton said.
Harlem Community Gathers Together To Show Support For Victim Of Brutal Attack Outside Liquor StoreThe victim says she was purchasing a bottle of wine inside a liquor store when a man offered to pay. According to the woman, when she politely declined and walked out after making her purchase, three men chased her across the street, kicked her and one man bit her forehead, injuring her eye.
Exclusive: Woman Brutally Attacked At Harlem Liquor Store Says Suspect Tried To Bite Her Eye Out: 'That's An Animal. That's Not A Person'She says it happened after she turned down one man's offer to pay for her.