Harlem style is timeless, which is why we love this classic design bicycle that’s always in style perfect for riding around enjoying your surroundings with this single-speed Cruiser. Continue Reading →
Even when the weather outside is frightful, Central Park is so delightful! Don’t let the colder temperatures stop you from taking advantage of all the Park has to offer. Continue Reading →
From certain vantage points, the 23-acre North Meadow feels limitless from Mid-Park from 97th to 102nd Streets and included Harlem Meer at 110th Street. Its unique shape resembles a butterfly and creates natural corners and sightlines that invite and intrigue visitors to explore the undulating expanse. Continue Reading →
A woman was robbed and sexually assaulted at Harlem Meer in Central Park on Monday night as she was jogging on East Drive near 107th Street, police said. Continue Reading →
Before you say good bye to summer, go out with a bang on Labor Day. Whether you want ideas for a cool spot in south Harlem or you just want a staycation further uptown or around Harlem villages, we’ve listed the best places and other things to do, including ways to have the best ever Labor Day weekend. Continue Reading →
Classic Sperry Top-Sider women’s mariner quality core fashion sneaker for that Harlem woman with Harlem style from the rowing culture at the turn of the century, a fabulous wardrobe staple.
Photographs by Seitu Oronde
On Monday, July 25, 2016, Mombo Legend Orlando Marlin at the Harlem Meer at 110th Street in Harlem, New York.
It should come as no surprise that the Pokemon Go craze that has swept basically everywhere this week is especially strong in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Enjoy the best local talent on the best outdoor uptown park stage at the 23rd annual Harlem Meer Performance Festival! featuring Harlem artists from jazz, Latin, world, gospel music to dance and food! Continue Reading →
Calling all history buffs! Did you know that the large rock outcrops along the shore of Central Park’s Harlem Meer at 110th Street served as military fortifications in the American Revolution and the War of 1812?
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By Sharon Cuff
Against my better judgement perhaps I went into the parks after the blizzard and took these shots at 110th Street at Harlem Meer in Central Park, New York. Continue Reading →