This is a call for your pictures of Manhattanhenge seen from Harlem. The American Museum of Natural History has published dates that the sun will set directly at the end of our numbered streets given the slightly northeasterly-southwesterly access of Manhattan. Continue Reading →
Considered an engineering marvel when it opened in 1848, the High Bridge is part of the Croton Aqueduct that crosses Harlem River and is based on Roman engineering.
On Thursday, July 21st, 2016, the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, Department of Consumer Affairs, and Carver Federal Savings Bank launched an IDNYC pop-up enrollment center at the bank’s 125th Street branch, giving Harlem residents easy access to IDNYC and its banking benefits.
Today, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer announced her office is accepting applications through Friday, Feb. 12 for Fiscal Year 2017 capital funding, and welcomed any organizations interested in capital funding to meet with her staff. Continue Reading →