The Hudson River Well At 122nd Street In Harlem New York 1897-1902

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It was spring time in Harlem, when photographer James Reuel Smith, took this image of the Hudson River Well, between West 122nd and West 123rd Streets, looking northeast in West Harlem, on the shore of the Hudson River in New York, 1897-1902. Continue Reading →

“The Man With The Sawed-Off Leg And Other Tales Of A New York City Block” In Harlem

These Harlem homes stand proudly gazing across the Hudson River at the cliffs of New Jersey. Their brows are marked by ornamental pediments. Continue Reading →

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Well At West 140th Street, Harlem, NY, 1898 (Photograph)

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A great photograph by James Reuel Smith of a long demolished Well at 619-621 West 140th Street (now 625-627), near Riverside Drive in West Harlem, NY, on May 13, 1898. Continue Reading →

Canal Kingsbridge Hudson And Harlem Rivers NY 1895 (Print)

We found this print on Amazon of the New Ship-Canal at Kingsbridge, Connecting the Harlem and Hudson River ( 19th Century American culture) Issued 1895, New York, by Harpers Weekly Wonderful original antique offset/photo mechanical print. Continue Reading →

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Riverside Park View Of Navy Ships Harlem NY 1915 (Photographs)

Photographed by Walter L. Bogert on a mound at Riverside Park, with two views from the “northern extremity” of Morningside Heights from 123rd to 129th Streets in Harlem, looking across the Hudson River from behind the Pergola to the Palisades of New Jersey, on May 10, 1915. Continue Reading →

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Harlem, NY Judge Died By Suicide In Drowning

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The New York City medical examiner has concluded that a prominent judge found in the Hudson River died by suicide in a drowning. Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: Harlem’s 125th Street – Our Own Champs – Elysees

By Rudy CollinsCross 110th Street – Harlem’s 125th Street, Our own Champs – Elyse, stretching from the East River to the Hudson River, with Grant Houses looming in the background.
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Martha Stewart Detects Sewage Smell Uptown

And so it happened that on July 13, 2017, with two minutes left ’til 10:45 a.m., career perfectionist and Snoop Dogg spirit animal Martha Stewart, 75, became the latest person to realize that the glamorous isle of Manhattan, despite its fame and fortune and highly exclusionary housing market, still smells a lot like sewage sometimes. Continue Reading →

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NYPD Closes Investigation Into Death Of NY State Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam

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The NYPD has closed its investigation into the death of NY State Court of Appeals Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam, who was found dead on the shores of the Hudson River in April, according to multiple reports. Continue Reading →

Polo Grounds Stadium, Harlem, New York, 1953

harlem river ppolo groundsThe Polo Grounds Stadium opened in 1889 when the New York Giants moved to Coogans Hollow, a meadow below Coogans Bluff. In this rare photograph looking northwest boats sit idle along the under-developed Hudson River shoreline in Harlem, New York, 1953.

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New Central Park Sightseeing Opens In Harlem

central-park-sightseeing-in-harlem1Central Park Sightseeing, a pillar in New York tourism, is proud to announce its latest location, Central Park Sightseeing North, will be opening on November 15th, 2016. Continue Reading →

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How To Become A Runner Even If You Hate Running In Harlem

HarlemRunRUDYdiverserunnersBy Laura Stampler

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For most of my adult life, I thought running was useful only for catching a departing subway train. And even then, another F train was bound to come sometime, right? Continue Reading →

The West Harlem Pier, Harlem, New York 1850-1965

130th street in harlem1For thousands of years while the Muscoota and the Wecksquaesgeek Indians lived in this entire section of upper Manhattan Island, the natural topography of this site in West Harlem formed a valley and small sheltered cove off the Hudson River, also known as the North River. Continue Reading →

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Harper’s Hannah Bronfamn’s 1980’s Harlem Style

harper bazzarr's it girlHannah Bronfman (daughter of Sherry Brewer and Edgar Bronfman Jr.) is Harpers Bazaar’s new post-modern It girl. You can find her on Instagram or Snapchat at any hour of the day. Continue Reading →

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Sponsored Love: This Way To Under The Viaduct In West Harlem

UNDER THE VIADUCTUNDER THE VIADUCT is a great art & lifestyle series where family, friends and all folks can meet, bike, skate or dine in an open-air plaza by Harlem arts visionary Savona Bailey-McClain.  Continue Reading →

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