Uptown links: Dapper Dan gets the COVID-19 vaccine in a video for Vogue, and more



• Harlem's own Dapper Dan spoke to Vogue about the importance of getting the Covid-19 vaccine, letting the magazine's cameras follow him as he got his second shot in East Harlem. [Vogue]



Massimo Bottura, the acclaimed chef behind Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy, is opening a low-waste soup kitchen and community center called Refettorio Harlem this fall. It will be located at the Emanuel AME Church at 37 West 119th Street between Fifth and Lenox Avenues. [Eater NY]


• A developer just bought the All Saints Catholic Church, a.k.a. "the St. Patrick's of Harlem," on E 129th Street and Madison Avenue. It was designated a city landmark so the exterior will be preserved. [Patch]


• A pedestrian greenway is being planned from W 125th to W 128th Streets, connecting a series of new and recently renovated factory buildings in West Harlem. [Patch]


• A new in-depth profile of Harlem Renaissance artist Augusta Savage—her monumental sculpture "The Harp" was commissioned for the 1939 World's Fair in Queens but then destroyed—explores the difficulties she encountered in her career as well as her legacy. [NY Times]


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