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The Historical Legacy of Harlem: The Heart of New York Tourism

New York City has always been the pinnacle of tourist attractions. The neon flashing lights of Times Square, its midnight ambiance and uncanny social aura, have always attracted tourists from all over the world. Here is a mere introduction to the many attractions that New York City hosts: the Statue of Liberty, Metropolitan Museum of Art, …

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Neil deGrasse Tyson: Urgent Need for Science Literacy

Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist, cosmologist, and celebrated science author and educator. Tyson recently talked with the Harlem Times on a number of topics — including the importance of science literacy, the upcoming sequel to Carl Sagan’s Cosmos, and the enigma of dark energy that keeps him blissfully scratching his head each morning. …

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Capitalism Today: Triumphs & Challenges
By Daniel Rose

| By Daniel Rose | Maurice Chevalier, the celebrated French entertainer, was asked on his 75th birthday his thoughts on reaching that advanced age. He replied, “I think it’s great, considering the alternative.”  Capitalism, too—the most productive economic system known—is preferable to the alternatives.  And unlike death, its excesses can be mitigated. Ever since Adam …

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By Daniel Rose
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Bridal Essentials:The Season’s Dreamiest Looks in Bridal Wear

This season’s bridal dresses are homage to elegance, drama, and romance. Bridal runways were overflowing with nontraditional hem lines, pastel floral hues, high necklines, low bare backs, and the new daring color palette of reds. Perhaps you are the bride-to-be or you’re just a guest at a host of weddings this summer like myself, either …

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