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Uptown Links: Met Museum Planning Major Show About Harlem Renaissance, and More

• The Metropolitan Museum of Art is planning a major exhibition about the Harlem Renaissance, New York City's first since 1987. “The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism,” opening on February 25, will borrow artworks from historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). [NY Times]

• Tourism in Harlem is on the upswing. [WSJ]

• The Langston Hughes House, the brownstone on E 127th Street where the famed poet lived for the last 20 years of his life, has reopened to the public as a museum. [The Art Newspaper]

• Harlem favorite Seasoned Vegan restaurant, which closed its location on St. Nicholas Avenue after nine years, just reopened in the East Village. [@seasonedvegan]

• A nice profile on Bo's Bagels, which is working on a second location in Washington Heights. [The Times of Israel]

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