• The dozen or so Lenox Avenue restaurants with sidewalk seating made The Post's list of best outdoor dining spots in the city. [NY Post]
• Plans are coming into focus for Mart 125, the long-vacant Harlem vendors' market on 125th Street. Firelight Media, an award-winning documentary production company, will be one of its first tenants. [The City]
• East Harlem is home to a new 140,00-square-foot facility offering cutting-edge proton therapy to treat cancer. [Patch]
• The Handpulled Noodle, a favorite spot for Chinese noodles and dumplings in Hamilton Heights, has joined a group of companies both big and small to complain about what it's calling Google's unfair business practices. [NY Times]
• A new $2.6 million skatepark is coming to Riverside Park near the 108th Street entrance. [Patch]
• Harlem-based food blogger Dom N' The City stopped by new Sugar Hill spot L'Argot and took some drool-inducing pictures of the food and drinks. [Dom N' The City]
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