Uptown links: Langston Hughes' Harlem home gets a preservation grant, and more

Updated: Mar 17


• The Harlem home of poet Langston Hughes is one of 22 sites to get funding as part of a National Trust initiative helping preserve African-American history. [National Trust for Historic Preservation]

• Happy 114th birthday, Alelia Murphy! The Harlemite is believed to be the oldest person in the U.S. [Today]

• Harlem style legend Dapper Dan's memoir is out. [Robb Report]

• Korey Wise, one of the five men to be wrongfully accused in the Central Park jogger case, just bought a $960K apartment in Harlem. [NY Post]

• Pharrell Williams just offered all 114 graduates of Harlem Children's Zone Promise Academy an internship. [Buzzfeed News]

• Looking for a fun tour of Harlem? Start here, with stops at Sugar Hill Creamery, the National Jazz Museum and more. [amNewYork]

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