Refinery29 reports that there are a number Starbucks in Harlem, if you missed your chance to shop the sales at the the official closing of Starbucks’ online store, we have some news that may help with any coffee-related FOMO.
New Yorkers in pursuit of a Supreme-branded MetroCard are running out of time. The MTA re-stocked MetroCard vending machines Wednesday with the last remaining round of the cards emblazoned with the red and white logo of the popular streetwear brand, according to a statement. Continue Reading →
A great Harlem collectible signed by legendary Dorothy Maynor (founder of The Harlem School of the Arts) in (not so) dark pencil from an event on April 3rd, 1948 at Ohio Northern University. Continue Reading →
In the 1850s, General Daniel Edgar Sickles had received a commission in the 12th Regiment of the New York National Guard, had attained the rank of major, and spent allot of time in Harlem, visiting his brother John Sickles who lived on “123rd Street, Northside just west of Second Avenue,” giving speeches and organizing in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
What’s better than our Harlem man Diddy than this one-of-a-kind Hip Hop’s No.1 Mogul Diddy Mo’ Money, No Problem, June, 2010, signed XXL magazine cover can make a great gift for you and/or your partner – we’re just saying. Continue Reading →
A wonderful photograph looking south of the High Bridge (the oldest bridge) and Washington Bridge at 170th Street over the Harlem River, New York, 1890. Continue Reading →