Northern Manhattan New York Primary Election Results


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 →

HW Pick: NoMAA Arts Opportunities/Oportunidades In Northern Manhattan

NoMAAHere’s a selected list from the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance’s (NCAA) NoMAA Newsletter #25 Uptown in Northern Manhattan, New York. Continue Reading →

Harlem Council Member Mark Levine On Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

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By Council Member Mark Levine

Too many of those who stand to benefit the most from medical marijuana will face the highest barriers to access.   Continue Reading →

Country Life In Harlem, New York 1880

country side harlem 1880's finalLife in 19th century Harlem was very different from the century that preceded it, the sun drenched photo above looking north was taken on Riverside Drive (around 123rd Street), in West Harlem, NY 1880. Continue Reading →

Harlem Non-Profits Receive The Northern Manhattan Fellowship

east-harlem1Twenty members of The Northern Manhattan Fellowship, a professional development and networking program for mid-senior level non-profit, faith based, and governmental professionals serving Northern Manhattan Continue Reading →

The Native American Red Hawk Dancers In Harlem

rerd hawk dancing in harlem1Harlem has a incredible native people history in Harlem from the Muscoota to the Weckquaesgeek Indians that covered the eastern sections of northern Manhattan. Continue Reading →

Climate Plan Calls For Better UpperTown Biking, Walking

WEACT_climateplanWhile most of Northern Manhattan escaped the harshest ravages of Hurricane Sandy, there was some flooding along the waterfront, including inside the 148th Street subway station. Continue Reading →