Skateboarding In Harlem, 2013 (video)

skate video with big lHere’s a great skateboarding film backed up with music by Harlem’s Big L, and the landscape of the greatest community in the world Harlem, New York as the back drop. Continue Reading →

Skateboarder Rob Gonyon In Harlem, June, 2014

skateborder in harlemWe found this great photograph in the recent June 2014 issue of Skateboarder Magazine with boarder Rob Gonyon kick flipping his way over a street barrier at Central Park West and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., Continue Reading →

Harlem Welcomes Sandy Hook Riders

72On Saturday, March 8th, a coalition of local non-profit, community, political, youth, religious  and other organizations led by Organizing for Action’s Harlem/ Northern Manhattan Chapter will welcome twenty-six premier cyclists – representing the twenty-six lives that were lost in Newtown - as they arrive in Harlem en-route to our Nation’s Capital to raise awareness about the impact of gun violence on our society. Continue Reading →

Marva Trotter Louis, Harlem Model, 1936

Harlem’s Marva Trotter Louis, the Chicago stenographer turned model, singer and the first wife of boxing legend Joe Louis and had two children (daughter Jacqueline in 1943 and son Joseph Louis Barrow, Jr. in 1947). Continue Reading →

Graham Court Apartment House, 1925

Graham Court is a historic Harlem apartment building. It was commissioned by William Waldorf Astor, designed by the architects Clinton and Russell, and constructed in 1899-1901 as part of the great Harlem real-estate boom. Continue Reading →

Strivers Art Circuit, Self-guided walking Tour of Harlem Art

The tour is for public viewing and selling of work, consisting of art studios and venues in the Strivers Row corridor, this Circuit is a collaboration created to develop a hub of arts activity and thereby gain increased visibility and exposure for SAC participants. Continue Reading →

The African American Day Parade Sunday 16, September 2012

A great piece during the Harlem African American Day Parade on September 16, 2012, shot as the parade moved north uptown along Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., (aka 7th Avenue) and the corner of at 120th Street. Continue Reading →