Well And House, Harlem, NY, 1898 (Photographs)

Another great photograph (above) by James Reuel Smith of a Well and House, 50 feet east of Amsterdam Avenue and 100 feet north of West 137th Street, New York, the two photographs were taken on April 9, 1898. Continue Reading →

7th Annual State of the District Address 2017 By Northern Manhattan’s Ydanis Rodriguez

Dear Friends,

Our 7th Annual State of the District Address 2017 “Building a Community for All” in Northern Manhattan is this Sunday, October 15th doors open at 1:00pm, at the Salome Ureña Educational Campus located at 4600 Broadway. NY, NY 10040 (on the corner of 196th Street). Continue Reading →

Harlem Rep. Adriano Espaillat Joined MSNBC’s Chris Matthews To Discuss Puerto Rico Relief

Harlem Rep. Adriano Espaillat, joined MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” on Tuesday to discuss relief efforts for Puerto Rico, his 10-point plan for recovery.
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“The Salon Hang” 2017 Arts Fundraiser Uptown

Friday, October 13th through Sunday October 15th, 2017, Fort Washington Collegiate Church presents “The Salon Hang: Grace –Diversity-Community”, an Uptown arts show and fundraiser for their community based arts & youth programs. Continue Reading →

Uptown Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez’s 7th Annual State Of The District

A note to Harlem World Magazine from uptown council member Ydanis Rodriguez: Continue Reading →

Storms Wallop Washington Heights

A line of strong storms bringing gusty winds, hail and torrential downpours pummeled the tri-state area Wednesday, causing hours-long airport delays and prompting flash flood warnings in Northern ManhattanContinue Reading →

Uptown Manhattan’s “Stunning Drop” Off A Cliff

It was a sluggish first half of the year for Northern Manhattan’s commercial real estate market, with a stunning drop in sales volume and mixed pricing results. Continue Reading →

Little Boy At 149th Street Well, Harlem, New York, May 13, 1898.

Little Harlem boy with hat at Well photographed by James Reuel Smith below at the  on the Hudson River shore and West 149th Street, Harlem, New York, May 13, 1898.

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GrowNYC Launches Compost On-the-Go Commuter Food Scrap Collections Uptown

GrowNYC announces Compost On-the-Go at 18 new food scrap collections, conveniently located near mass transit in Northern Manhattan and and the Bronx in partnership with the NYC Department of Sanitation.  Continue Reading →

Visioning Climate Justice Sustainable Future In Harlem And Northern Manhattan

Please join WE ACT for Environmental Justice, The New School and local colleagues and researchers, on Saturday March 25, 2017 for a workshop in which we will create, visualize, and evaluate alternative options for a more just, resilient, and sustainable future in Harlem and Northern Manhattan. Continue Reading →

Food Bank Collects Diaper Drive Donations At Borough President Brewer’s West Harlem office

Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer’s and Food Bank For New York City diaper drive is an unusual addition to the city’s many holiday season donation drives, but fills a real need. Continue Reading →

Northern Manhattan New York Primary Election Results

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It was a bad night for incumbents, as two of the three biggest primary races in the city went to upstart challengers Tuesday evening. Continue Reading →

Take A Stroll At The 2016 Uptown Arts Stroll

Uptown Arts Stroll 2The 2016 Uptown Arts Stroll, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance’s annual month-long art festival, will kick off with an opening celebration on Wednesday, June 1st at 6:00 pm at Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling. Continue Reading →

Double Discovery Center Graduation At Columbia

columbia graduationThis week, on Thursday, May 12th at 6 p.m., more than 150 New York City students from underserved communities will graduate the Double Discovery Center (DCC) at Columbia University. Continue Reading →

Harlem Legacy Project Proposes A Bold New Vision For Harlem

Greening Harlem1Crauderueff & Associates; The Green Infrastructure Foundation; and the Canaan Baptist Church are pleased to release Greening Harlem: A Report of the CitiesAlive 2015 Harlem Legacy Project, a design concept and cost-benefit analysis of widespread green infrastructure implementation in Harlem. Continue Reading →