Untappedcities.com reports that St. Nicholas Avenue that extends north-south from 111th Street to 193rd Street, St. Nicholas Avenue is, of course, named after that Saint Nicholas, 4th century saint, Greek bishop of the Continue Reading →
Forgotten NY qoutes Harlem’s historian Michael Henry Adams, author of Harlem: Lost and Found who describes Sugar Hill’s architecture (P.T. Barnum house, St. John’s Baptist Church, St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal):
An incredible early image of a Horse and Wagon Transit (station) seen at Lenox Avenue and St. Nicholas Avenue (not sure of the cross street), Harlem, New York 1901
Enjoy a sun set evening of creating, sharing and networking in the world of fiber, textile and needle arts. Bring a chair, blanket, your latest project and let’s create together.
Get your dancing shoes and join Sundae Sermon in Harlem with Tony Touch, Cool Marv, Cosi, Stormin Norman, hosted by Bevy Smith, and a special performance by the cast of Continue Reading →
Surprise airplane landings always make headlines. Who will forget Capt. Chesley Sullenberger steering a US Airways jetliner onto the Hudson River in 2009?
The milestones marker is dated from 1709 as the 9th mile from New York within St. Nicholas Park. According to Harlem+Bespoke , it was taken around the 133rd Street and Continue Reading →
The New York City Housing Authority celebrated the completion of a $2.5 million project to upgrade the lighting system at Harlem’s Saint Nicholas Houses.
Great photo of a snow day means Harlem sledding in St. Nicholas Park for family, friends and all comers on the fabulous Great Lawn!
Occasionally one comes across mention of “Koch’s New Mount St. Vincent’s Hotel,” a quasi-rural roadhouse that opened in the vicinity of Hamilton Heights around 1883 or 1884, after the old Continue Reading →
An unfinished church, an ongoing lawsuit and a dwindling congregation were the last things the Rev. C. Carlton Woodward envisioned nearly seven years ago when he struck a big deal Continue Reading →
Dear Friends, The St. Nick’s Dog Run Coffee Bark happens this Saturday, October 4th from 9am-11am. Come enjoy the beautiful autumn at the Dog Run with some coffee, donuts and Continue Reading →
The NYDaily News reports that the is a tale of two immigrants, two successful businesses — and two new stores coming to Harlem’s vibrant 125th St. commercial strip this year.
This week, the Harlem/Havana Music & Cultural Festival – an international visual and performing arts, fashion, education and culinary exchange kicks in.
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