The Scoop: Drizzly Wednesday Edition

(Photo Credit: Black Athlete Sports Network)

The formation of the musical group “The Ravens” wasn’t the only amazing thing that happened in Harlem in 1945. A little known story about the ‘pivotal moment in the entire history of the Negro Leagues’ occurred in Harlem in November. (Black Athlete Sport Network)

An outside look at New York City’s bed-and-breakfast establishments rounds up the list of uptown spots with The Sugar Hill Harlem Inn (Transworld News)

A musical protégé of Pharell Williams, ‘Harlem Princess’ Teyana Taylor describes the importance of staying fly but keeping it real when in the spotlight. (NYPost)

The Pastor of Harlem’s Canaan Baptist church believes Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s recent latest comments resonate with most black churches in Harlem and in the South. (NY Daily News)

Did you know about the inspiring ‘rags-to-riches’ story behind Harlem’s Nubian Heritage? (African Path Online)

Popular Brooklyn professor and author of “The Tenants of East Harlem” is taking a stab at the stage. (Brooklyn Excelsior)

East Harlem residents protest against Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito’s support for the River-River Project. The project goes before city council approval tomorrow. (NY1 News)

Long time residents and ‘new harlemites’ talk about the long-term implications of new development in Harlem. (CU Spectator)